The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 764
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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN'S OLD THREE
IN TEXAS HISTORY
0 0 The Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred
Research Fellowship is awarded annually for
the best research proposal by a doctoral candi-
date concerning Texas history during the years
182o through 1836.
Applications must be submitted by December
31, 2003. The application, which should be no
longer than one page, should specify the pur-
pose of the research, the need for the money,
and a description of the end product (article,
book, or exhibition). Please include a com-
plete vita with the application. The award will
be announced at the Association's annual meet-
ing in March 2004. Judges may withold the
award at their discretion.
Proposals should be sent to:
Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred
Texas State Historical Association
SRH 2.306, University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712.
The Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred
Fellowship in Texas History was established in
1997 from funds made available by the organi-
zation DESCENDANTS OF AUSTIN'S OLD THREE
HUNDRED to honor the spirit, courage, and
character of this group of Texans.
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