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Title: Behind the lines: Old college try - Rick Perry is waging a quiet war against our current system of higher education, which makes him a lot like some previous governors. He may win, but we'll lose
Authors: Burka,Paul
Source: Texas Monthly, Apr-11, 39 :4 ,pg 14+-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Education Higher Texas Public Policy Foundation University of Texas at Austin (Austin Tex.) Texas A&M University (College Station Tex.)
Ref ID: 91145
 
Title: Editor's letter: Holy frijole
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, Apr-11, 39 :4 ,pg 30-  
Subjects: Madrid Enrique Redford Tex. Mexican cookery
Ref ID: 91260
 
Title: Political intelligence: Tyrant's foe - Their daughter's keepers
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, 20-May-11, 103 :9    
Subjects: Mary Lee Foundation (Austin Tex.) Children with disabilities - Education Van Wyk Wally Van Wyk Peggy
Ref ID: 91285
 
Title: Vintage heritage: Camp Ford
Authors: Glover,Robert W.
Source: Texas Heritage, 2012, 1 : ,pg 26- 29
Subjects: Civil war 1861-1865--Prisoners and prisons Camp Ford (Tyler Tex.)
Ref ID: 93089
 
Title: Texas families: Horsewoman and historian: Frances Kallison
Authors: Weiner,Hollace Ava
Source: Texas Heritage, 2012, 1 : ,pg 34- 35
Subjects: Kallison Frances Rosenthal Kallison Ranch (Bexar County Tex.)
Ref ID: 93093
 
Title: A Historical question mark: The Battle of Medina
Authors: Porter,Norman
Source: Texas Heritage, 2012, 2 : ,pg 12- 15
Subjects: San Antonio (Tex.) - History Medina Battle of Tex. 1813
Ref ID: 94075
 
Title: THF joins as sponsor of Texas Semester program
Authors:
Source: Texas Heritage, 2012, 2 :    
Subjects: Texas Historical Foundation McMurry University (Abilene Tex.).
Ref ID: 94031
 
Title: The fall of the Alamo
Authors: Dodd,Kailee
Source: Texas Historian, 2011-2012, 72 : ,pg 27-  
Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) -- History
Ref ID: 92505
 
Title: The Battle of San Jacinto: Events before and after the battle
Authors: Giuffre,Monica Marie
Source: Texas Historian, 2011-2012, 72 : ,pg 19- 22
Subjects: San Jacinto Battle of Tex. 1836
Ref ID: 92510
 
Title: Battle of the Alamo
Authors: Soueid,Sophie
Source: Texas Historian, 2011-2012, 72 : ,pg 49- 50
Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio Tex.)ΓÇöSiege 1836
Ref ID: 92535
 
Title: The establishment of Christoval's Mount Carmel hermitage
Authors: Duarte,Gloria
Source: Journal of Big Bend Studies, 2011, 23 : ,pg 95- 110
Subjects: Christoval (Tex.) -- Hermitages Mount Carmel Hermitage (Christoval Tex.) -- History
Ref ID: 92507
 
Title: Why we should still remember the Alamo!
Authors: Winders,Richard Bruce
Source: Texas Heritage, 2011, 2 : ,pg 16- 21
Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) -- History TexasΓÇöHistoryΓÇöRevolution 1835-1836
Additional Information: Article includes suggested readings on the history of the Texas Revolution.
Ref ID: 91978
 
Title: Renovation to expand Texas Ranger Hall of Fame facilities
Authors:
Source: Texas Heritage, 2011, 3 :    
Subjects: Texas Ranger Hall of Fame (Waco Tex.)
Ref ID: 91865
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker by Paul H. Carlson and Tom Crum)
Authors: Becker,John T.
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 170- 198
Subjects: Carlson Paul H. Pease River Battle of Tex. 1860 (Book review) Parker Cynthia Ann 1827?-1864 (Book review)
Ref ID: 91877
 
Title: History in West Texas: News briefs and museum activities
Authors: Paschall,Freedonia
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 199- 223
Subjects: Alpine (Tex.) -- Baseball fields Andrews County (Tex.) Anson (Tex.) -- Historical markers Texas State Capitol (Austin Tex.) Austin (Tex.) -- Historical markers Alamo (San Antonio Tex.) ΓÇö In motion pictures Burleson (Tex.) -- Historical markers Callaha
Ref ID: 91927
 
Title: History in West Texas: News briefs and museum activities
Authors: Paschall,Freedonia
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 199- 223
Subjects: National Ranching Heritage Center (Lubbock Tex.)
Ref ID: 91944
 
Title: Teaching Texas history: Family-friendly learning
Authors:
Source: Texas Heritage, 2010, 3 : ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Albany ( Tex.) - Festivals
Additional Information: ID: 484; Fort Griffin Living History Days .; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89859
 
Title: The battle of Coleto and the Goliad Massacre
Authors: Glazener,Emily
Source: Texas Historian, 2010, 71 : ,pg 25- 27
Subjects: Goliad Massacre Goliad Tex.. 1836 Coleto Creek (Goliad County Tex.) Battle of 1836 Texas - History - 1836-1845
Additional Information: ID: 496; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90106
 
Title: Bob "Pappy" Watson: Ranhandle Broadcasting Pioneer
Authors: Albright,Richard Max
Source: Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 2010, 82 : ,pg 43- 56
Subjects: Museums Watson Bob KGNC Radio and Television (Amarillo Tex.) -- History
Ref ID: 94038
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Mr. Barrington's Mysterious Trunk: Journey to Goliad by Melodie A. Quate)
Authors: Bates,Holly
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2009, 85 : ,pg 273- 290
Subjects: Quate Melodie A. Goliad Massacre Goliad Tex. 1836 -- Juvenile fiction (Book review)
Ref ID: 91629
 
Title: Building a place of their own: The Kerrville State Sanatorium for 'Negroes'
Authors: Hardman,Peggy
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2009, 85 : ,pg 121- 138
Subjects: Tuberculosis--Hospitals Sanatoriums laws and legislation Kerrville State Sanatorium for Negroes (Kerrville Tex.) Segregation African Americans--Civil rights
Ref ID: 91640
 
Title: A river runs through it: Conflict and compromise of the Chamizal
Authors: Morris,Josh
Source: Texas Historian, 2008, 69 : ,pg 11- 14
Subjects: El Chamizal (Mexico and Tex.) El Paso (Tex.) - History
Additional Information: ID: 310; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81158
 
Title: Violent times along New Mexico's Trans-Pecos Frontier
Authors: Bogener,Stephen D.
Source: Journal of Big Bend Studies, 2001, 13 : ,pg 145- 166
Subjects: New Mexico - History Pecos River Valley (N.M.and Tex.) Goodnight Charles Frontier and pioneer life Garrett Pat Chisum John Eddy Charles
Additional Information: ID: 19019; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 29290
 
Title: Violent times along New Mexico's Trans-Pecos Frontier
Authors: Bogener,Stephen D.
Source: Journal of Big Bend Studies, 2001, 13 : ,pg 145- 166
Subjects: Chisum John Eddy Charles Frontier and pioneer life Garrett Pat Goodnight Charles New Mexico - History Pecos River Valley (N.M.and Tex.)
Additional Information: ID: 19019; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 68928
 
Title: Letter from San Antonio: Dogs of wara - The most technologically advanced army in the history of mankind still relies on animals that were once used by Attila the Hun. And no one trains them as well as the soldiers at Lackland Air Force Base
Authors: Eells,Josh
Source: Texas Monthly, , 39 :11 ,pg 84+-  
Subjects: Lackland Air Force Base (San Antonio Tex.) Dogs - War use
Ref ID: 92817
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