Working the Range: Essays on the History of Western Land Management and the Environment

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DONALD ABBE, research associate, History of Engineering Program, Texas Tech University, has written "Borger: First Oil Boom Town in the Panhandle," in Panhandle Petroleum, ed. Bobby D. Weaver ( Canyon, Tex.: Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, 1982), pp. 55-70; and "Spanish Anti-Anglo-American Defensive Policy of the Northern Frontier of New Spain from 1763 to 1829," Studies in History, I ( 1976): 29-41. He is currently compiling an architectural and historical survey of the Texas Panhandle and South Plains.
PAUL H. CARLSON, professor of history and chairman of the Department of History, Texas Lutheran College, has written Texas Woolly- backs (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1982) and "Shepherds and Cowboys: A Comparison of Life Styles in West Texas," West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 58 ( 1982): 19-38.
DAN L. FLORES, associate professor of history, Texas Tech University, is the editor of Jefferson and Southwestern Exploration: The Freeman-Custis Accounts of the Red River Expedition of 1806 ( Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983) and "The Red River Branch of the Alabama-Coushetts Indians: An Ethnohistory," Journal of Southern Studies 15 (Spring 1977): 55-72. He is currently completing a manuscript entitled "Islands in the Desert: An Environmental History of the Rocky Mountain West."
DELMAR HAYTER is a Ph.D. candidate in history at Texas Tech University. He wrote a master's thesis entitled "South Plains Agriculture: 1880-1950"

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