War and the Southwest Series
Richard G. Lowe, Gustav L. Seligmann, and Calvin L. Christman, Series Editors
This series includes first-hand accounts of military experiences by men and women of the Southwest, histories of warfare involving the people of the Southwest, and analyses of military life in the Southwest itself. The Southwest is defined loosely as those states of the United States west of the Mississippi River and south of a line from San Francisco to St. Louis as well as the borderlands straddling the Mexico-United States boundary.
The series includes works involving military life in peacetime in addition to books on warfare itself. It ranges chronologically from the first contact between indigenous tribes and Europeans to the present. The series is based on the belief that warfare is an important if unfortunate fact of life in human history and that understanding war is a requirement for a full understanding of the American past.
Edited by Oleta Stewart Toliver
Edited by Alan D. Gaff and Donald H. Gaff
Edited by Kenneth W. Howell
Edited by James M. McCaffrey