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Carlos Gomez

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Chupacabras, a poem / Milo Kearney -- The Texas Center for Border and Transnational Studies / Antonio Zavaleta with help from others -- History Through World War I : Comparative freedom in the borderlands: fugitive slaves in Texas and Mexico from the age of enlightenment through the U.S. Civil War / Francis X. Galan and Joseph Leon -- Contraband trade in Matamoros and its impact on the northern Mexican economy during the 1820s / Melisa Galvan -- Preparando los festejos para la inauguracion del Ferrocarril a Monterrey / Andres F. Cuellar -- Adolf F. Dittman and Brownsville's first motion picture theaters / Javier R. Garcia -- History Between the World Wars : The Ku Klux Klan in the Rio Grande Valley / Norman Rozeff -- Deadly ambush in Willacy County (1926 style) / Bill Young -- Historias sobre las fajitas y sobre su Salto de Bajo Bravo a la fama / Arturo Zarate Ruiz -- Memories of Fort Brown: a look at the economic and social relationship between Fort Brown and the surrounding community through primary accounts of the 1930s to 1944 / James W. Mills -- Twentieth Century History Since World War II : Patrones cambiantes de migracion en las ciudades fronterizas de Tamaulipas: las experiencias de Matamoros y Reynosa / Cirila Quintero Ramirez -- I am a Mexican-American raised in Mexico : a case study of cross-border migration from 1900 to 2008 / Robert H. Angell -- Vida social de Matamoros en la epoca del algodon (1940-1960) / Rosaura Alicia Davila -- An observation on the changed role of the Texas Rangers in the Rio Grande Valley / Bruce Casteel -- Contemporary Hisory : Mexican immigrant colonias along the south Texas border in the 1980s and 1990s / James Barrera -- Economic development and planning in Reynosa since 1990 / Victoria A. Hirschberg -- ¿Pa'que le buscas tres pies al gato teniendo cuartro?: teaching local history on the south Texas-Mexico border / Philip Samponaro -- Cucuys, a poem / Milo Kearney.

Publication Date

2011

Publisher

Texas Center for Border and Transnational Studies, The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College

City

Brownsville

Disciplines

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

Comments

Alternative Title: UTB/TSC regional history series ; v.10

Call Number: F392.R5 C66 2010

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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Ongoing studies in Rio Grande Valley history

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