TABLE OF CONTENTS
ON THE COVER
Women waged a 20-year battle so young women
like this student could attend a state school for
women. They won and now Texas Woman's University
in Denton is the nation's largest woman's
college. When the doors opened in 1903, three
women became the first to serve on a Texas college
board of regents. They were Helen Stoddard,
Eleanor Brackenridge, and Birdie Johnson.
Photo courtesy of Texas Women's University,
7 The Trail Drivers of Texas
The Loblolly Book: Water Witching,
Wild Hog Hunting, Home
Remedies, Grandma's Moral Tales,
and other Affairs of Plain Texas
Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine:
Voices of Frontier Women
Cowboy Poetry by James McNutt
The cowboy poetry of Chittenden and Whipple
belongs to a lively tradition which has carried
on in the West for over a hundred years.
12 Preservation news from around
14 Woman in Texas History by Mary
Texas has been the proving ground for powerful
and influential women for more than 100
18 The Conservator's Art by John
A closer look at the new materials lab at the
Texas Memorial Museum.
VOLUME 2 NUMBER 2
Texas Heritage magazine is published
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Texas Historical Foundation. Texas Heritage, Volume 2, Number 2, Spring 1985. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth46809/. Accessed October 31, 2014.