UTRGV & TSC Regional History Series


Charlie Becker


Resacas and bancos in Brownsville history / Antonio N. Zavaleta -- An American “melting pot” in the Coahuiltecan homeland / Roberto Mario Salmon -- De la Garzas, Ballis, and the political history of the region that would later become Cameron County / Milo Kearney -- The corridos of Mexico and South Texas: modern variations on Medieval themes / George K. Green -- O todo o nada / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda -- Asi paga el diablo / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda -- Point Isabel and the Mexican War / A.A. Champion and Henry G. Krausse, jr -- An historic hail to the chief / Alan Hollander -- Papers and personalities of frontier journalism (1830’s to 1890’s) / A.A. Champion (with Mary Champion Henggler, Consuelo Champion, and Vivian Kearney) -- The Miller hotel in the Antebellum period / A.A. Champion -- La comadre muerte / Manuel F. Rodriguez -- The Texas-Mexico border, 1858-1867, along the Lower Rio Grande Valley during the decade of the American Civil War and the French intervention in Mexico / Barry M. Cohen -- The impact of the Civil War on the Rio Grande / David Johnson -- Brownsville and the blockade / Charles M. Robinson III -- John Warren Hunter : the fall of Brownsville, 1863 / edited and introduced by Roberto Mario Salmon -- Bagdad : ‘Lost City’ of the Rio Grande / Allan Hollander -- El belga / Manuel F. Rodriguez -- Brownsville City Cemetery / Robert B. Vezzetti -- The palm grove - Rabb Plantation / Ruby Woolridge -- The ongoing saga of the ‘Rio Bravo’ / Allan Hollander -- History of the Esperanza ranch: a significant site, Brownsville, Texas / Raymond W. Neck -- Faith and saints in Mexican- American folklore religion / Mark Glazer -- The Fort Brown ghosts and other phantasm / Allan Hollander -- Lawlessness in Cameron County and the city of Brownsville : 1900 to 1912 / William V. Wilkenson -- Las playas Washington y Boca Chica / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda -- Golden years of the rail / Alan Hollander -- The murder of Joe Crixell / Ralph Schmeling -- The plan of San Diego and the Lower Rio Grande Valley / Jake Watts -- The Olmito train and the universal struggle / Mimosa Stephenson and Olive Rathjen -- Saludo presidencial / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda -- The encounter / Peter Gawenda -- Los dados / Peter B. Gawenda -- A tribute to Sam Perl, 1898-1980 / Harriet Denise Joseph -- El chubasco del ’33 / Manuel F. Medrano -- Cameron County’s public schools in 1935 / Peter B. Gawenda -- The founding of Charro Days / Ruby A. Wooldridge and Robert B. Vezzetti -- Snake king of the Rio Grande / Allan Hollander -- The populist revolt of M.M. Vicars / Anthony K. Knopp -- Las ferias en Matamoros en 1962 / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda -- Winning political office in Cameron County, 1876-1988: the Mexican-American case / Norman Binder and Frank J. Garcia -- Aprendiz de brujo / Manuel F. Rodriguez Brayda.

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Pan American University at Brownsville




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


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


Alternative Title: UTB/TSC regional history series ; v.2

Call Number: F394.B88 M67 1989

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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