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audience, was the presentation of the Foy Proctor Memorial Cowman's
Awards of Honor. This year's honorees are: Courtney Cowden, Midland;
Linda Mitchell Davis, Cimmarron, NM; Jim Tom Kelton, Pecos; Giles Lee,
Lovington, NM; and Tom Moorhouse, Benjamin. For more information
about the Haley Library and its activities give directorJ. P. (Pat) McDaniel
a call 915/682-5785-
"Through the Eyes of History," the Washita Battlefield Symposium for
2002, will take place on November 15-17- Programs will be held Friday
evening at the school auditorium in Hammon, Oklahoma; Saturday at
the high school auditorium in Cheyenne, Oklahoma; and Sunday morn-
ing at the battlefield site two miles west of Cheyenne. Father Peter John
Powell, noted author and historian will be the keynote presenter on Fri-
day evening. Saturday will feature regional historians, highlighted by pro-
grams on researchers Charles Brill and Walter Camp; Indian War corre-
spondent Randolph Keim, and Cheyenne Washita survivor Moving
Behind. Sunday morning will offer a guided tour of the Washita Battle-
field and closing ceremonies. For further information on the 2oo2
Washita Battlefield Symposium and to obtain a registration flier, please
call 580/497-2742 or write to Washita Battlefield National Historic Site,
P.O. Box 890, Cheyenne, OK 73628.
Recovering Hispanic Religious Thought in the Nineteenth and Early
Twentieth Centuries is an effort to compile the definitive bibliography of
religious publications by Hispanics published in the United States, in-
cluding the microfilming of periodicals and books in danger of disinte-
gration from printing on acid paper, and making these documents acces-
sible to scholars for their study and commentary. Scholars and advanced
graduate students who would like to assist are encouraged to apply for a
stipend of up to $3,000 for research in one of the following areas: study
of recovered primary sources of religious writing by Hispanics in the Unit-
ed States; identification and recovery of religious texts published in the
United States: books, newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, etc.; biographic
compilations, bibliographies, indexing projects; and translations of U.S.
Hispanic religious works. For applications and guidelines, please contact:
Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literacy Heritage, University of Houston,
256 Cullen Performance Hall, Houston, TX 77024-2006, telephone:
713/743-3128, fax: 713/743-3142, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a related event, the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literacy Heritage
project will sponsor a conference on "Redefining 'Nuestra America': A
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