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Title: The mystery of mesquite
Authors:
Source: Texas trees, 1989, 68 :3    
Subjects: Mesquite Trees
Additional Information: ID: 199; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 103
 
Title: For the road
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 1989, 36 :12 ,pg 48- 49
Subjects: Christmas trees Holiday celebrations Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Glen Rose (Tex.) - Nature centers Prude John Robert Stotzer Raymond
Additional Information: ID: 769; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 391
 
Title: Vigil at Treaty Oak
Authors: Harrigan,Stephen
Source: Texas Monthly, 1989, 17 :10 ,pg 130- 133
Subjects: Capeheart Sharon Austin (Tex.) - Historic trees Giedraitis John
Additional Information: ID: 2244; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 10319
 
Title: Ginkgo: Living fossil
Authors: Hammetter,Mahlon
Source: Texas trees, 1989, 68 :4   10
Subjects: Ginkgo Trees
Additional Information: ID: 162; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 10286
 
Title: Autumn champions: Third in a quarterly series on national champion trees
Authors: Peacock,Howard;Garner,Anne
Source: Texas Highways, 1989, 36 :11 ,pg 17- 20
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 497; Photographs by John Tveten.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 12869
 
Title: A champion's roots run deep (First in a quarterly series on national champion trees)
Authors: Peacock,Howard;Garner,Anne
Source: Texas Highways, 1989, 36 :3 ,pg 50- 55
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 1386; Anaqua; Huisache; Madrone. Photographs by John Tveten.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 12872
 
Title: The green leaves of summer
Authors: Peacock,Howard;Garner,Anne
Source: Texas Highways, 1989, 36 :6 ,pg 44- 47
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 1688; Photographs by John Tveten. Includes recipes from cottonwood, mulberry and persimmon trees.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 12873
 
Title: Root zones can make or break your trees
Authors: Pluenneke,Ricks H.
Source: Texas trees, 1989, 68 :3 ,pg 25- 27
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 166; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 13007
 
Title: For the road
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 1989, 36 :6 ,pg 48- 49
Subjects: Trees - Books
Additional Information: ID: 973; Texas Trees, a Friendly Guide.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 498
 
Title: Stalking the champion trees
Authors: Blakely,Mike
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1989, 47 :1    
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 2311; Photographs by Leroy Williamson.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 7536
 
Title: How to measure a big tree
Authors: Blakely,Mike
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1989, 47 :1    
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 2312; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 7537
 
Title: Texas' first Arbor Day
Authors: Logan,Sam
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1989, 47 :1    
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 2313; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 11709
 
Title: Speaking of Texas
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 1988, 35 :2 ,pg 11-  
Subjects: Cunningham Minnie Fisher Flight - First nonstop around-the-world Houston (Tex.) - Social life and customs - 1837 Lucky Lady II (Aircraft) Municipal government by commission - First Newspapers - Oldest surviving in Texas Petroleum workers - Terminology Republic of Texas - Boundaries Texas - History - Annexation to the United States Trees - Tallest in Texas
Additional Information: ID: 921; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 82165
 
Title: Texas madrone: A smooth-skinned beauty
Authors: Parent,Laurence
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1988, 46 :5 ,pg 36- 39
Subjects: Trees
Additional Information: ID: 2646; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84145
 
Title: Reporter: Rio Grande palmistry
Authors: Patoski,Joe Nick
Source: Texas Monthly, 1988, 16 :9 ,pg 76-  
Subjects: Palm trees
Additional Information: ID: 1908; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84173
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