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Title: Letter from San Antonio: No retreat! No surrender! Besieged by critics on all sides, the Daughters of the Republic of Texas have once again vowed to fight to the death. But is it finally time for the defenders of the Alamo to raise the white flag?
Authors: Russell,Jan Jarboe
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :10 ,pg 72+-  
Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) Daughters of the Republic of Texas Briseno Rolando Abbott Greg Perry Rick Castro Rosie Van Cleave Virginia De Zavala Adina Bowman Erin Van de Putte Leticia Reveley Sarah
Additional Information: ID: 280; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89588
 
Title: Reporter: Divine secrets of the Alamo sisterhood - A sensational lawsuit, a disputed election, and months of vicious rumormongering can mean only one thing: The Daughters of the Republic of Texas are at war--again
Authors: Cartwright,Gary
Source: Texas Monthly, 2004, 32 :5 ,pg 62+-  
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) De Zavala Adina Driscoll Clara
Additional Information: ID: 27412; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 30192
 
Title: Reporter: Divine secrets of the Alamo sisterhood - A sensational lawsuit, a disputed election, and months of vicious rumormongering can mean only one thing: The Daughters of the Republic of Texas are at war--again
Authors: Cartwright,Gary
Source: Texas Monthly, 2004, 32 :5 ,pg 62+-  
Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) Daughters of the Republic of Texas De Zavala Adina Driscoll Clara
Additional Information: ID: 27412; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78134
 
Title: The commissioners make history: Jean Ann Ables-Flatt helps Lareatha Clay and family members become first African American Daughters of the Republic of Texas
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Source: The Medallion, 2004, 41 :1    
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas African Americans Clay Lareatha Ethnic groups
Additional Information: ID: 27319; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 27725
 
Title: The commissioners make history: Jean Ann Ables-Flatt helps Lareatha Clay and family members become first African American Daughters of the Republic of Texas
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Source: The Medallion, 2004, 41 :1    
Subjects: African Americans Clay Lareatha Daughters of the Republic of Texas Ethnic groups
Additional Information: ID: 27319; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 77225
 
Title: For the road: By the way
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Source: Texas Highways, 2002, 49 :10   10
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings
Additional Information: ID: 22148; Statewide events: The Daughters of the Republic of Texas-sponsored seminar: Tejanos and Texas: An Evolution of Culture.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71095
 
Title: For the road: By the way
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Source: Texas Highways, 2002, 49 :2 ,pg 54- 55
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings Texas - History
Additional Information: ID: 20145; Statewide events: San Antonio's Daughters of the Republic of Texas hosts the Texas History Forum at Alamo Hall on the theme Early Texas: Missions and Indians.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71709
 
Title: For the road: By the way
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Source: Texas Highways, 2002, 49 :2 ,pg 54- 55
Subjects: Texas - History Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings
Additional Information: ID: 20145; Statewide events: San Antonio's Daughters of the Republic of Texas hosts the Texas History Forum at Alamo Hall on the theme Early Texas: Missions and Indians.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 24447
 
Title: For the road: By the way
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Source: Texas Highways, 2002, 49 :10   10
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings
Additional Information: ID: 22148; Statewide events: The Daughters of the Republic of Texas-sponsored seminar: Tejanos and Texas: An Evolution of Culture.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 25384
 
Title: Cornerstone: DRT hosts history forum
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Source: Heritage, 1997, 3 :15 ,pg 25-  
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings
Additional Information: ID: 5315; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 17468
 
Title: Daughters of the Republic of Texas perpetuate pioneer legacy
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Source: Heritage, 1997, 15 :1    
Subjects: Ballinger Betty Bryan Hally Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Additional Information: ID: 4459; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 54396
 
Title: Cornerstone: DRT hosts history forum
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Source: Heritage, 1997, 3 :15 ,pg 25-  
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas - Meetings
Additional Information: ID: 5315; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 54698
 
Title: Daughters of the Republic of Texas perpetuate pioneer legacy
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Source: Heritage, 1997, 15 :1    
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Ballinger Betty Bryan Hally
Additional Information: ID: 4459; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 17040
 
Title: Odds and ends
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Source: Texas Government Newsletter, 1996, 24 :2    
Subjects: AIDS (Disease) - Prevention and treatment Bingo Child support Daughters of the Republic of Texas Johnson Harrison B.Jr Legislators - Texas - Campaign funds Moses Michael A."Mike" Texas Commissioner of Education Texas Ethics Commission Texas Lottery Commis
Additional Information: ID: 4; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 52021
 
Title: Odds and ends
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Source: Texas Government Newsletter, 1994, 22 :9    
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) Kirk Ron Hannah John H.Jr Texas Secretary of State
Additional Information: ID: 9172; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 4555
 
Title: We will never surrender or retreat
Authors: Jarboe,Jan
Source: Texas Monthly, 1994, 22 :5 ,pg 124+-  
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Alamo (San Antonio Tex.)
Additional Information: ID: 10636; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 11051
 
Title: A 100-year-old legacy: The Republic of Texas Museum
Authors: McQueary,Carl
Source: Heritage, 1993, 11 :4   10
Subjects: Daughters of the Republic of Texas Austin (Tex.) - Museums
Additional Information: ID: 8629; RP: NOT IN FILE
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