UTRGV & TSC Regional History Series


Eduardo Ibarra


Vaqueros del Valle, a poem / Manuel Medrano -- Matamoros and the Tejanos of Victoria and Goliad in the Texas Revolution: conflicting loyalties and ‘Assiduous Collaborators’ / Craig H. Roell -- Antonio Canales Rosillo / James Mills -- The origins of Salome Balli McAllen / Thomas Daniel Knight -- Sally Skull: the legend / Sondra Shands -- The Kawahata Family comes to the Valley / Randall Sakai – The Battle of Reynosa / Jesus Ramos -- Los días siguientes a la toma de Matamoros por los Constitucionalistas / Andres Cuellar -- H-E-B: an American and Valley success story / Norman Rozeff -- Algunas revistas culturales de Matamoros de 1940 a 1951 / Rosaura Alicia Davila -- Valerio Longoria: for a quarter a song / Manuel Medrano -- Hometown hero: technical Sergeant Noe R. Gonzales, B-17 flying fortress radio operator / Noe E. Perez -- Hidalgo County jury duty, 1954-1960 / Rene Rios -- Little steps by giants: a story of two minority groups working together for racial equality in Edinburg, Texas / Marissa Marmolejo and Thomas De La Cruz -- Timeless chaos: Hurricane Beulah’s march through the Lower Rio Grande Valley, September 1967 / Fernando Ortiz Jr. -- This one is for the masses: a (re)telling of South Texas and its people / Topacio Santivañez -- Migrant children and safe houses in the Tamaulipas-Texas border region / Oscar Misael Hernandez-Hernandez -- The inception of the idea of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley / Peter Gawenda -- Ephemeral Valley unity and the legislative creation of UTRGV / Anthony Knopp and Alma Ortiz Knopp -- The newest university in the 21st Century: the challenges of creating UT-RGV / Michael L. Faubion -- Attitudes toward immigration policy partisanship and ethnorace: a view from La Frontera / Jessica Lavariega Monforti and Adam McGlynn -- Interview with Patricia Cisneros Young about South Texas tales: stories my father told me / Mimosa Stephenson -- The transmigration of popular religion: praxis and renewal of syncretic faith across the U.S.-Texas frontier / Antonio Noe Zavaleta -- Creating the Rio Grande Valley Civil War Trail / Roseann Bacha-Garza, Christopher L. Miller, and Russell K. Skowronek -- “Raspa man” a poem / Manuel Medrano -- Contributors

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University of Texas Rio Grande Valley




History--Texas, History--Mexico, Politics & government, Economic & social conditions


Anthropology | Economics | Environmental Studies | History | Social History | United States History


Call Number: F392.R5 E987 2016

Copyright Status: In Copyright - Digital Collections Rights and Usage Statement

Location of Original Item: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Library



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