The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 93, July 1989 - April, 1990 Page: 136
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The Texas State Historical Association
T HE KATE BROOCKS BATEs AWARD FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH
$2,000-for a published, book-length work of significant
historical research dealing with any aspect of Texas history
prior to 1900, especially subjects dating from the period of the
Republic or earlier. THE CORAL HORTON TULLIS MEMORIAL PRIZE
$1,500-for the most important book on Texas published
during the calendar year. THE H. BAILEY CARROLL AWARD
$500--for the best article based on original research to appear
in each volume of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. THE
LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATION AWARD $1,000--to honor outstand-
ing leadership in promoting understanding of the American
way of life to a significant Texas audience. Funds for this award
provided by the Texas Educational Association of Fort Worth.
For additional information consult the notices about these
awards that appear annually in the April issue of the Southwest-
ern Historical Quarterly or send an inquiry addressed to the
award in care of:
Texas State Historical Association
2/306 Richardson Hall
Austin, Texas 78712
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