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Hispanic San Antonio: Three Hundred Years. A Bibliography.

Bibliography of the major historical secondary and reprinted primary sources published. Covers the past 300 years of San Antonio and Bexar County history. All rights reserved.

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1867-1869 Registration of Voters, Bexar County, Texas. San Antonio: Alamo Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, n.d.

“A Historical Overview of Alamo Plaza and Camposanto.” No. 20. Special Report (University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research). San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1994.

Acosta, Teresa Palomo, and Ruthe Winegarten. Las Tejanas: 300 Years of History. 1st ed. Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture, no. 10. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.

Aguirre, Nancy A. “Exile and Repatriation in the Barrios: The Great Depression in La Prensa and La Opinion, 1930-1932.” Camino Real: Estudios de Las Hispanidades Norteamericanas 7, no. 10 (2015): 93–108.

Ahlborn, Richard E. The San Antonio Missions: Edward Everett and the American Occupation, 1847. Fort Worth, TX: Published by Amon Carter Museum in cooperation with Los Campadres de San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, 1985.

Alessio Robles, Vito. Coahuila y Texas, desde la consumacion de la independenciahasta el tratado de paz de Guadalupe Hidalgo. Mexico, 1945. http://regina.stmarytx.edu/record=b1199331~S1.

———. Coahuila y Texas en la epoca colonial. Mexico, D.F: Editorial Cvltvra, 1938. http://regina.stmarytx.edu/record=b1260407~S1.

———. Fray Juan Agustín de Morfi y Su Obra: Liminares de La Edición de La Obra “Viaje de Indios y Diario Del Nuevo México” Por Fray Juan Agustín de Morfi. México: J. Porrúa e hijos, 1935. https://ucat.lib.utsa.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=643090.

Alley, Jacobina, and Janey Eaves Joyce. Bexar County, Texas Voter Registration, 1865 & 1867-1869. San Antonio: San Antonio Genealogical & Historical Society, 2006.

Allsup, Carl. “Education Is Our Freedom: The American G.I. Forum and the Mexican American School Segregation in Texas, 1948-1957.” Aztlan--International Journal of Chicano Studies Research 8 (1977): 27–50.

Almaráz, Félix D. Governor Antonio Martinez and Mexican Independence in Texas: An Orderly Transition. Commemorative ed. San Antonio: Bexar County Historical Commission, 1997.

———. “Harmony, Discord, and Compromise in Spanish Colonial Texas: The Rio San Antonio Experience, 1691-1741.” New Mexico Historical Review 67, no. 4 (1992): 329–59.

———. “San Antonio’s Old Franciscan Missions: Material Decline and Secular Avarice in the Transition from Hispanic to Mexican Control.” The Americas 44, no. 1 (1987): 1–22. doi:10.2307/1006846.

———. The San Antonio Missions and Their System of Land Tenure. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1989.

———. Tragic Cavalier: Governor Manuel Salcedo of Texas, 1808-1813. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1991. http://blume.stmarytx.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=18288&site=ehost-live&scope=site.

American G.I. Forum, and Texas State Federation of Labor, eds. What Price Wetbacks? Austin: The Forum, 1953.

American Public Welfare Association, and Fred K. Hoehler. Public Welfare Survey of San Antonio, Texas: A Study of a Local Community. Chicago: The Association, 1940.

Aniol, Claude B. San Antonio, City of Missions. American Guide Series. New York: Hastings House, 1942.

Archdiocese of San Antonio (Tex.). Catholic Church. Archdiocese of San Antonio, 1874-1974. San Antonio: The Archdiocese, 1974.

Arnold, Charles August. The Folk-Lore, Manners, and Customs of the Mexicans in San Antonio, Texas. San Francisco: R and E Research Associates, 1971.

Arreola, Daniel D. “The Mexican American Cultural Capital.” The Geographical Review, 1987, 17.

Austin, Mattie Alice. “The Municipal Government of San Fernando de Béxar, 1730-1800.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 8, no. 4 (1905): 277–352.

Badillo, David A. “Between Alienation and Ethnicity: The Evolution of Mexican-American Catholicism in San Antonio, 1910-1940.” Journal of American Ethnic History 16, no. 4 (1997): 62–83.

———. From West San Antonio to East L.A.: Chicano Community Leadership Compared. Working Paper Series, no. 24. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center for Chicano Research, 1989.

———. “Mexico’s Revolution Travels to San Antonio.” In Latinos and the New Immigrant Church, 23–44. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2006.

Barker, E. Shannon. “Los Tejanos de San Antonio: Mexican Immigrant Family Acculturation, 1880-1929.” Ph.D., George Washington University, 1996.

Barr, Alwyn. Texans in Revolt: The Battle for San Antonio, 1835. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990.

Bauder, Harald. Work on the West Side: Urban Neighborhoods and the Cultural Exclusion of Youths. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002.

Baum, Dale, and Worth Robert Miller. “Ethnic Conflict and Machine Politics in San Antonio, 1892-1899.” Journal of Urban History 19, no. 4 (1993): 63–84.

Beezley, William H. “San Antonio: Capital of Insurgent Mexico.” In Artistic Representation of Latin American Diversity : Sources and Collections : Papers of the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, May 31-June 5, 1989, edited by Barbara J. Robinson, 43–51. Albuquerque, NM: SALALM Secretariat, General Library, University of New Mexico, 1989. http://salalm.org/download/repository-submissions/publications/salalm-publications/annual-meetings/37thSeminar.pdf.

Benavides, Adán. “Sacred Space, Profane Reality: The Politics of Building a Church in Eighteenth-Century Texas.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107, no. 1 (2003): 1–33.

Benson, Nettie Lee. “A Governor’s Report on Texas in 1809.” The Southwestern Historical Quarterly 71, no. 4 (1968): 603–15.

Beretta, John W. The Story of Banco Nacional de Texas and 136 Years of Banking in San Antonio de Béxar, 1822-1958. San Antonio: unpublished, 1959.

Berg-Sobré, Judith. San Antonio on Parade: Six Historic Festivals. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2003.

Bernard, Allen W. 1901 Parish Census of San Fernando Cathedral, Located in San Antonio, Texas. Translated by Edward Trevino. San Antonio: Los Bexarenos Genealogical Society, 2001.

Berriozábal, María Antonietta. María, Daughter of Immigrants. 1st ed. San Antonio: Wings Press, 2012.

———. “Una Historia de Una de Muchas Marías.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 24, no. 2/3 (June 2003): 155–67.

“Bexar Archives Online.” Digitized archival collection. Brisco Center for American History. Accessed July 18, 2017. http://www.cah.utexas.edu/projects/bexar/.

Bexar County Tax Rolls, 1837-1910. Vol. 12. Austin: Texas State Library Records Division for Texas State Library Archives, 1986.

Black, Stephen L., and A. Joachim McGraw. “The Panther Springs Creek Site: Cultural Change and Continuity within the Upper Salado Creek Watershed, South-Central Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1985.

Blackwelder, Julia K. “Women in the Work Force: Atlanta, New Orleans, and San Antonio, 1930 to 1940.” Journal of Urban History 4, no. 3 (1978): 331–58.

———. Women of the Depression: Caste and Culture in San Antonio, 1929-1939. 1st ed. Texas A & M Southwestern Studies, no. 2. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1984.

Bolton, Herbert E. “Spanish Mission Records at San Antonio.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 10, no. 4 (1907): 297–307.

———. “The Spanish Abandonment and Re-Occupation of East Texas, 1773-1779.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 9, no. 2 (October 1905): 67–137.

Bradshaw, Benjamin, David R. Johnson, Derral Cheatwood, and Stephen Blanchard. “A Historical Geographical Study of Lethal Violence in San Antonio.” Social Science Quarterly 79, no. 4 (December 1998): 863–78.

Brear, Holly Beachley. Inherit the Alamo: Myth and Ritual at an American Shrine. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1995.

Bremer, Thomas S. Blessed with Tourists: The Borderlands of Religion and Tourism in San Antonio. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

Brischetto, Robert R., and Rodolfo O. de la Garza. The Mexican American Electorate: Political Opinions and Behavior across Cultures in San Antonio. The Mexican American Electorate Series. Occasional Paper, no. 5. San Antonio: Southwest Voter Registration Education Project ; Hispanic Population Studies Program of the Center for Mexican American Studies,the University of Texas at Austin, 1985.

Broussard, Ray F. San Antonio during the Texas Republic: A City in Transition. El Paso, TX: Texas Western Press, 1967.

Brown, Jeff L. “Water on a Mission: The Acequias of San Antonio.” Civil Engineering, August 2013.

Brown, Willie Leonzo. “Knowledge of Social Standards among Mexican and Non-Mexican Children.” M.ED., University of Texas at Austin, 1934.

Buck, Samuel M. Yanaguana’s Successors; the Story of the Canary Islanders’ Immigration into Texas in the Eighteenth Century. San Antonio: Naylor, 1949.

Buckley, Eleanor Claire. “The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, 1719-1722.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 15, no. 1 (1911): 1–65.

Buerkle, Ruth Cowie. “The Continuing Military Presence.” In San Antonio in the Eighteenth Century, 47–72. San Antonio: San Antonio Bicentennial Heritage Committee, 1976.

Buitron, Richard A. The Quest for Tejano Identity in San Antonio, Texas, 1913-2000. New York: Routledge, 2004.

Campbell, T. N., and T. J. Campbell. “Indian Groups Associated with the Spanish Missions of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.” Special Report (University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research). San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1985.

Cantrell, Gregg. “‘Our Very Pronounced Theory of Equal Rights to All’: Race, Citizenship, and Populism in the South Texas Borderlands.” Journal of American History 100, no. 3 (2013): 663–90.

Carolina Flores, Wayne. “The Old Spanish Missions Historical Collection.” In Transformations on the Mission Frontier: Texas & Northern Mexico, 135–38. San Antonio: Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio, 1998.

Castañeda, Antonia, ed. Gender on the Borderlands: The Frontiers Reader. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

Castaneda, Carlos Eduardo. A Report on the Spanish Archives in San Antonio, Texas. Yanaguana Society Publication, v. 1. San Antonio: Yanaguana society, 1937.

Castillo, Henrietta A. “Educational Handicaps of the Latin-American Children in the American Schools.” M.A., St. Mary’s University, 1941.

Céliz, Francisco. “Diary of the Alarcón Expedition into Texas, 1718-1719.” Translated by Fritz L. Hoffmann. The Quivira Society, 1935.

———. Diary of the Alarcón Expedition into Texas, 1718-1719. Translated by Fritz L. Hoffmann. Quivira Society Publications, v. 5. New York: Arno Press, 1967.

Céliz, Francisco, and Vito Alessio Robles. Unas páginas traspapeladas de la historia de Coahuila y Texas: el derrotero de la entrada a Texas del gobernador de Coahuila sargento mayor Martín de Alarcón. México: Sección Editorial, 1933.

Chabot, Frederick C. Indians and Missions. San Antonio Series, no. 3. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Company, 1930.

———. Mission La Purissima Concepcion; Being an Account of Its Founding in East Texas, Its Removal to the Waters of the San Antonio and Its Present Location near the City. San Antonio: The Naylor company, 1935.

———. San Antonio and Its Beginnings, Comprising the Four Numbers of the San Antonio Series, with Appendix. San Antonio: Naylor printing co, 1931.

———. San Fernando, the Villa Capital of the Province of Texas. San Antonio Series, no. 4. San Antonio: Naylor printing company, 1930.

———. Texas in 1811 ; the Las Casas and Sambrano Revolutions. Yanaguana Society Publications, no. 6. San Antonio: Yanaguana society, 1941.

———. The Alamo, Altar of Texas Liberty. San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co, 1931.

———. The Alamo, Mission, Fortress, and Shrine. Centennial ed. San Antonio: n.p., 1936. https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001264373.

———. With the Makers of San Antonio : Genealogies of the Early Latin, Anglo-American, and German Families with Occasional Biographies, Each Group Being Prefaced with a Brief Historical Sketch and Illustrations. Yanaguana Society Publications, v. IV. San Antonio: Artes Graficas, 1937.

Chambers, William T. “San Antonio, Texas.” Economic Geography 16, no. 3 (1940): 291–98. doi:10.2307/141495.

Chance, Joseph E. Jose María de Jesús Carvajal: The Life and Times of a Mexican Revolutionary. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2006.

Chappelle, Angela Marie. “Local Welfare Work of Religious Organizations in San Antonio, Texas.” M.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1939.

Chase, Robert T. “Cell Taught, Self Taught.” Journal of Urban History 41, no. 5 (September 2015): 836–61. doi:10.1177/0096144215589949.

Christian, Carole E. “Joining the American Mainstream: Texas’s Mexican Americans during World War I.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 92, no. 4 (1989): 559–95.

Ciprián, Ignacio Antonio. The Texas Missions of the College of Zacatecas in 1749-1750: Report of Fr. Ignacio Antonio Ciprián, 1749, and Memorial of the College to the King, 1750: Transcript of the Spanish Original and English Translation. Translated by Benedict Leutenegger. Documentary Series, no. 5. San Antonio: Old Spanish Missions Historical Research Library at San Joé Mission, 1979.

Clayson, William. “‘The Barrios and the Ghettos Have Organized!’ Community Action, Political Acrimony, and the War on Poverty in San Antonio.” Journal of Urban History 28, no. 2 (January 2002): 158–83.

Clopper, J.C. “J. C. Clopper’s Journal and Book of Memoranda for 1828.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 13, no. 1 (1909): 44–80.

Corner, William. San Antonio de Béxar: A Guide and History. San Antonio: Graphic Arts, 1977.

Coronado, Raúl. A World Not to Come: A History of Latino Writing and Print Culture. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013.

Cox, I. Wayne. “The Patterning of a City: The Acequia of San Antonio.” In Transformations on the Mission Frontier: Texas & Northern Mexico, 79–90. San Antonio: Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio, 1998.

Cox, I. Waynne. “Archaeological Monitoring of the San Jose Acequia (41 BX 267), Wastewater Facilities Improvements Program, San Antonio, Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1988.

———. The Spanish Acequias of San Antonio. San Antonio: Maverick Pub, 2005.

Cox, Isaac J. “Educational Efforts in San Fernando de Béxar.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 6, no. 1 (1902): 27–63.

———. “The Early Settlers of San Fernando.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 5, no. 2 (1901): 142–60.

Cox, Isaac Joslin. “The Founding of the First Texas Municipality.” The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 2, no. 3 (1899): 217–26.

Cox, Waynne. “The Early Spanish Colonial Acequias of San Antonio.” In Transformations on the Mission Frontier: Texas & Northern Mexico, 79–90. San Antonio: Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio, 1998.

Crisp, James E. Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett’s Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution. New Narratives in American History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.

Crowley, Nancy E. “The Influence of Local and Imported Factors on the Design and Construction of the Spanish Missions in San Antonio, Texas.” Ph.D., Texas A & M University, 2006. http://handle.tamu.edu/1969.1/3158.

Cruz, Gilberto R. Proceeding of the Second Annual Mission Research Conference. San Antonio: San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, 1984. https://server16018.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/p15125coll10&CISOPTR=11153&CISOSHOW=11126.

———. San Antonio Missions National Historical Park: A Commitment to Research. San Antonio: Lebco Graphics, 1983.

Cruz, Gilberto R., and James A. Irby, eds. Texas Bibliography: A Manual on History Research Materials. 1st ed. Austin: Eakin Press, 1982.

Cruz, Gilberto Rafael. “A Cabildo in Texas Under the Spanish Bourbons: The Origin and Development of Municipal Life at the Villa de San Fernando, San Antonio, Texas, 1731-1800.” M.A., St. Mary’s University, 1970.

De la Teja, Jesus Francisco. “Indians, Soldiers, and Canary Islanders: The Making of a Texas Frontier Community.” Locus 3, no. 1 (1990): 81–96.

De León, Arnold. Mexican Americans in Texas: A Brief History. Arlington Heights, IL: H. Davidson, 1993.

De Leon, Arnold. The Tejano Community, 1836-1900. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1982. http://regina.stmarytx.edu/record=b1196210~S1.

———. The Tejano Community, 1836-1900. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1982.

———. They Called Them Greasers: Anglo Attitudes toward Mexicans in Texas, 1821-1900. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983. http://regina.stmarytx.edu/record=b1211289~S1.

De León, Arnoldo. Apuntes Tejanos. 2 vols. Ann Arbor, MI: Published for the Texas State Historical Association by University Microfilms International, 1978.

De Zavala, Adina. History and Legends of the Alamo and Other Missions in and around San Antonio. Edited by Richard R. Flores. Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage. Houston: Arte Publico Press, 1996.

DeLeon, Arnold, and Kenneth L. Stewart. “A Tale of Three Cities: A Comparative Analysis of the Socio-Economic Conditions of Mexican-Americans in Los Angeles, Tucson, and San Antonio, 1850-1900.” Journal of the West 24 (April 1985): 64–74.

DeMars, Tony R. “Buying Time to Start Spanish-Language Radio in San Antonio: Manuel Davila and the Beginning of Tejano Programming History.” Journal of Radio Studies 12, no. 1 (2005): 74–84.

Dickens, E. Larry. “The Political Role of Mexican-Americans in San Antonio, Texas.” Ph.D., Texas Tech University, 1969.

Diehl, Kemper, and Jan Jarboe. Cisneros: Portrait of a New American. San Antonio: Corona Pub. Co, 1985.

Dimmick, Gregg J. “A Newly Uncovered Alamo Account: By Pedro Ampudia, Commanding General of the Mexican Army over Texas Artillery.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114, no. 4 (2011): 378–86.

Dolores y Viana, Mariano de los. Letters and Memorials of Fray Mariano de Los Dolores y Viana, 1737-1762: Documents on the Missions of Texas from the Archives of the College of Querétaro. Translated by Benedict Leutenegger and Marion Alphonse Habig. Documentary Series. San Antonio: Old Spanish Missions Historical Research Library at Out Lady of the Lake University, 1985.

Dominguez, Maria Esther. San Antonio, Tejas, en la época colonial (1718-1821). Coleccion hispana. Madrid: Ediciones de Cultura Hispanica : Instituto de Cooperacion Iberoamericana, 1989.

Downs, Fane. “The History of Mexicans in Texas, 1820-1845.” Ph.D., Texas Tech University, 1970.

Drennon, Christine M. “Social Relations Spatially Fixed: Construction and Maintenance of School Districts in San Antonio, Texas.” Geographical Review 96, no. 4 (2006): 567–93.

Dunn, Patricia A. “The Cementville School: A Study of Education, Labor and Segregation in a Company Town.” M.A., St. Mary’s University, 1997.

Dysart, Jane. “Mexican Women in San Antonio, 1830-1860: The Assimilation Process.” The Western Historical Quarterly 7, no. 4 (1976): 365–75. doi:10.2307/968057.

El Carmen y La Espada Confirmaciones: [October 1855 to May 1929]. Place of publication not identified: publisher not identified, 1900.

Elizondo, Virgilio P. Beyond Borders: Writings of Virgilio Elizondo and Friends. Edited by Timothy M. Matovina. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2000.

———. The Future Is Mestizo: Life Where Cultures Meet. Rev. ed. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado, 2000. http://blume.stmarytx.edu:2048/login?url=http://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=49571.

Elizondo, Virgilio P, and Timothy Matovina. San Fernando Cathedral: Soul of the City. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1998.

Everett, Donald E. San Antonio Legacy: Folklore and Legends of a Diverse People. San Antonio: Maverick Pub. Co., 1999.

Ewing, Thomas E. Landscapes, Water and Man : Geology and History in the San Antonio Area of Texas. San Antonio: South Texas Geological Society, 2008.

Fairbanks, Robert B. “Public Housing for the City as a Whole: The Texas Experience, 1934-1955.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 103, no. 4 (January 2000): 403–24.

———. The War on Slums in the Southwest: Public Housing and Slum Clearance in Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico, 1935-1965. Urban Life, Landscape and Policy. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2014.

Farm Placement Service, Texas State Employment Service. “Origins and Problems: Texas Migratory Farm Labor.” Austin: The Service, 1940.

Fernández, Benito. “Memorial of Father Benito Fernández Concerning the Canary Islanders, 1741.” Translated by Benedict Leutenegger. Southwestern Historical Quarterly 82, no. 3 (1979): 265–96.

Fernández de Santa Ana, Benito. Letters and Memorials of the Father Presidente Fray Benito Fernández de Santa Ana, 1736-1754: Documents on the Missions of Texas from the Archives of the College of Querétaro. Translated by Benedict Leutenegger. Documentary Series, no. 6. San Antonio: Old Spanish Missions Historical Research Library at Our Lady of the Lake University, 1981.

Filewood, David Lewis. “Tejano Revolt: The Significance of the 1938 Pecan Shellers Strike.” M.A., University of Texas at Arlington, 1994.

Fisher, Lewis F. Saving San Antonio: The Precarious Preservation of a Heritage. Lubbock, Tex: Texas Tech University Press, 1996.

———. The Spanish Missions of San Antonio. San Antonio: Maverick Pub. Co, 1998.

Flores, Henry. “Structural Barriers to Chicano Empowerment.” In Latino Empowerment: Progress, Problems, and Prospects, edited by Roberto E. Villarreal, Norma G. Hernandez, and Howard D. Neighbor, 25–40. Contributions in Ethnic Studies, no. 23. New York: Greenwood Press, 1988.

———. The Evolution of the Liberal Democratic State with a Case Study of Latinos in San Antonio, Texas. Studies in Political Science, v. 9. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.

Flores, Lori A. “A Community of Limits and the Limits of Community: MALDEF’s Chicana Rights Project, Empowering the ‘Typical Chicana,’ and the Question of Civil Rights, 1974-1983.” Journal of American Ethnic History 27, no. 3 (Spring 2008): 81–110.

———. “An Unladylike Strike Fashionably Clothed: Mexicana and Anglo Women Garment Workers against Tex-Son, 1959-1963.” Pacific Historical Review 78, no. 3 (August 2009): 367–402. doi:10.1525/phr.2009.78.3.367.

Flores, Richard R. “Mexicans, Modernity, and Martyrs of the Alamo.” In Reflexiones 1998: New Directions in Mexican American Studies, edited by Yolanda C. Padilla, 1–19. Austin: CMAS Books. University of Texas at Austin, 1998.

———. Remembering the Alamo: Memory, Modernity, and the Master Symbol. 1st ed. History, Culture, and Society Series. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002.

Fox, Anne. “Material Culture at the Missions.” In Transformations on the Mission Frontier: Texas & Northern Mexico, 107–11. San Antonio: Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio, 1998.

Fox, Anne A. “Archaeological Investigation to Locate the Northwest Corner of Mission Concepción, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1992.

———. “Archaeological Investigations at Mission Concepción, Fall of 1986 [41 BX 12].” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1988.

———. “Test Excavations at the Spanish Governor’s Palace, San Antonio, Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.

Fox, Anne A., and I. Waynne Cox. “Archaeological Excavations at the Alamo Acequia, Southwest HemisFair Plaza, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Reasearch, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1990.

Fox, Anne A., I. Waynne Cox, Lynn Highley, David B. Hafernik, and Rob Harrison. “Archaeological and Historical Investigations at the Site of the New Bexar County Justice Center in Downtown San Antonio, Texas.” Archaeological Survey Report. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1989.

Fox, Daniel E. “The Lithic Artifacts of Indians at the Spanish Colonial Missions, San Antonio, Texas.” Special Report (University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research). San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1979.

Fox, Daniel E., Dan Scurlock, and John Wilburn Clark. Archeological Excavations at San Fernando Cathedral, San Antonio, Texas: A Preliminary Report. Office of the State Archeologist Special Report 22. Austin: Texas Historical Commission, Office of the State Archeologist, 1977.

Frisbee, E. E. San Antonio, Texas: Through a Camera. Los Angeles: T. Newman, 1903.

Frisbie, W. Parker, Douglas Forbes, and Richard G. Rogers. “Neonatal and Postneonatal Mortality as Proxies for Cause of Death: Evidence from Ethnic and Longitudinal Comparisons.” Social Science Quarterly 73, no. 3 (September 1992): 535–49.

Fuller, Jena. “Native Mobility Patterns at Mission San Antonio de Valero, Texas.” M.A., University of Texas at San Antono, 2006.

Gabaccia, Donna R., and Jeffrey M. Pilcher. “‘Chili Queens’ and Checkered Tablecloths.” Radical History Review, no. 110 (Spring 2011): 109–26. doi:10.1215/01636545-2010-028.

Gaomez-Quianones, Juan. Roots of Chicano Politics, 1600-1940. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1994. http://blume.stmarytx.edu:2048/login?url=http://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=22667.

García, Ignacio M. When Mexicans Could Play Ball: Basketball, Race, and Identity in San Antonio, 1928-1945. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2013.

Garcia, Mario T. “Education and the Mexican American: Eleuterio Escobar and the School Improvement League of San Antonio.” In Mexican Americans: Leadership, Ideology & Identity, 1930-1960, 62–83. Yale Western Americana Series, no. 36. New Haven, CT: Yale University, 1989. http://blume.stmarytx.edu:2048/login?url=http://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=53021.

García, Neftali, Lionel Sosa, and KLRN (Television station : San Antonio, Tex.), eds. The Children of the Revolución: How the Mexican Revolution Changed America. San Antonio: Lionel Sosa ; Distributed by University Of Texas Press, 2012.

Garcia, Richard A. Rise of the Mexican American Middle Class: San Antonio, 1929-1941. 1st ed. Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University, no. 36. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1991.

———. “The Making of the Mexican-American Mind, San Antonio, Texas, 1929-1941: A Social and Intellectual History of an Ethnic Community.” Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 1980.

Garcia, Robert. Descendants of the Alferez Francisco Hernandez Soldier of the Presidio de Tejas de Bexar 1718. 4th ed. San Antonio: Paso de la Conquista, 2009.

Garrett, Julia Kathryn. Green Flag over Texas: A Story of the Last Years of Spain in Texas. New York: The Cordova press, inc, 1939.

Garza, Melita M. “Framing Mexicans in Great Depression Editorials: Alien Riff-Raff to Heroes.” American Journalism 34, no. 1 (Winter 2017): 26.

Gilberto M. Hinojosa. “Mexican-American Faith Communities in Texas and the Southwest.” In Mexican Americans and the Catholic Church 1900-1965, 1:380. The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U.S. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994. http://blume.stmarytx.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cat03837a&AN=SMU.b1113029&site=eds-live&scope=site.

Glick, Thomas F. The Old World Background of the Irrigation System of San Antonio, Texas. Southwestern Studies, no. 35. El Paso: University of Texas at El Paso, 1972.

Goldberg, Robert A. “Racial Change on the Southern Periphery: The Case of San Antonio, Texas, 1960-1965.” The Journal of Southern History 49, no. 3 (1983): 349–74. doi:10.2307/2208100.

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