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Paul Carlson is professor emeritus of history, Texas Tech University, and retired director of the TexasTech University Center for the Southwest, USA.
". . . a comprehensive, well-organized, and easily read treatment
of a subject comparatively neglected by historians of the American
livestock industry."--Great Plains Quarterly-- "Great Plains
Quarterly" (6/1/1984 12:00:00 AM)
". . . agricultural historians will appreciate this study of a major farm industry. Western historians will find that it contributes to a better understanding of the settlement and development of the frontier."--Journal of the West-- "Journal of the West" (10/1/1984 12:00:00 AM)
". . . employs a down-to-earth yet scholarly approach to give us a highly readable, very informative book on a neglected subject . . . accuracy, insight, and readability make Texas Woollybacks an excellent book."--Southwest Chronicle-- "Southwest Chronicle" (12/1/1983 12:00:00 AM)
". . . the first comprehensive history of the Texas range sheep and goat industry." --Livestock Weekly-- "Livestock Weekly" (12/16/1982 12:00:00 AM)
"Change, evolution, metamorphosis . . . these are the key words to describe the sheep and wool industry in Texas . . . Paul Carlson's well researched book unerringly documents these continuous changes and the reasons behind them."--Texas Humanist-- "Texas Humanist" (6/1/1983 12:00:00 AM)
"If sheep and goats are your bag, then this is your book. It says much about the industry in general but the real focus is on Texas and its long dominant position, unique history and traditions. This is largely a social history with lots of detail of people and events."--Books of the Southwest-- "Books of the Southwest" (3/1/1983 12:00:00 AM)
"Not only agricultural historians but those interested in the broader settlement and development of Texas will find this book entertaining and a sometimes surprising look at one of the lesser known aspects of Texas history."--Colorado Prospector-- "Colorado Prospector" (3/1/1984 12:00:00 AM)
"This volume is impressive in the array and quality of information presented concerning the sheep and goat industry in Texas."--Western Historical Quarterly-- "Western Historical Quarterly" (7/1/1984 12:00:00 AM)
"This well-written and thoroughly researched book will invariably be appreciated by those individuals interested in southwestern and agricultural history."--Journal of American History
-- "Journal of American History" (9/1/1983 12:00:00 AM)