Invisible Texans: Women and Minorities in Texas History
Donald Willett, Stephen J. Curley
McGraw-Hill, 2005 - Social Science - 236 pages
This anthology about women and minorities in Texas collects eighteen essays by highly respected scholars, examining the latest multicultural interpretations of the Lone Star state and placing them in a historical perspective. The distinctive and diverse nature of Texas history comes alive through the book's focus on topics that have been under-represented in Texas history literature.
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