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This is a review of the title book, Imprint on the Land: Life Before Camp Hood, 1820-1942, by William S. Pugsley, as well as reviews of four supporting CRM reports in The Public Historian:
Agriculture and Rural Development on Fort Hood Lands, 1849-1942: National Register Assessments of 710 Historic Archeological Properties, by Martha Doty Freeman, Amy E. Dase, and Marie E. Blake;
Archaeological Investigations and Integrity Assessments of Historic Sites at Fort Hood, Texas by Marie E. Blake;
Historical Research of 401 Sites at Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas by Russell B. Ward, Marie E. Blake, Amy E. Dase, and Martha Doty Freeman; and
Historical Research Preliminary to National Register Assessments of 719 Historic Sites at Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas by Jennifer A. Stabler
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Published in Public Historian, Volume 24, Issue 3, 2002, pages 72-75.
© Public Historian 2002, University of California Press.
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Smith, S. (2002). Imprint on the Land: Life Before Camp Hood, 1820-1942, by William S. Pugsley. Public Historian, 24(3), 72–75. https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2002.24.3.53