The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 663
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"Thirteen Years to Zion" by Dale Wilson, Texas Parade (Octo-
ber, 1966), illustrated. In 1845 Lyman Wight, the "Old Ram of
the Mountain," led his followers into Texas and established
Zodiac, a Mormon colony near Fredericksburg.
"Christmas at Panna Maria" by R. Henderson Shuffler, Texas
Parade (December, 1966), illustrated. On Christmas Eve, 1854,
the oldest permanent Polish settlement in North America was
established at Panna Maria, Texas.
"Inland to Zion, Mormon Trade on the Colorado River, 1864-
1867" by Leonard J. Arrington, Arizona and the West (Autumn,
1966), map, illustrated. In an attempt to link San Francisco and
Salt Lake City, the Mormons established steamboat service on
the Colorado River to a point near the present site of Hoover
"Tyler's Spiritual Debt to a Hungarian Refugee" by Robert
M. Hayes, Chronicles of Smith County, Texas (Fall, 1966), illus-
trated. Emir Hamvasy, a Hungarian refugee, became Tyler's
first Episcopal rector.
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