The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 470
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
who has published numerous articles in the Alamo Journal, the publica-
tion of The Alamo Society. He is currently working on a manuscript
about the relationship between Sam Houston and Andrew Jackson.
The fall 2003 issue of Review of Texas Books (Lamar University, P.O. Box
10023, Beaumont 77710) features the TSHA and contains Jim
Sanderson's lead review of Giant Under the Hill: A History of the Spindletop
Oil Discovery at Beaumont, Texas, in zgoz, by Ellen Rienstra, Judith Linsley,
and Jo Ann Stiles, along with Don Graham's Kings of Texas: The I5o-Year
Saga of an American Ranching Empire (John Wiley & Sons).
The December 2003 issue of The Pine Bough, published by the History
Center, the Archives Division of the T. L. L. Memorial Library and
Archives in Diboll, has come to hand. Director Jonathan K. Gerland has
handsomely documented the fall opening of the History Center, an
11,500 square feet facility that contains research holdings and exhibi-
tions related to the region. The exhibits include a cosmetically restored
1920o Baldwin 68-ton steam locomotive, a log car, and a 1948 caboose
from the Texas South Eastern Railroad. The journal also includes
Jonathan's brief history of the engine, which was in use until 1964.
In the Winter 2004 issue of The Baylor Line magazine, former governor
Mark White, when asked to name the book that was for him "the most
influential, or thought-provoking, or enjoyable, or moving, or philo-
sophically powerful," related how Texas History Movies (a current TSHA
publication) had made a difference in his life. "I must have been very
interested in the book-or a slow reader," said White, "because even
after repeated commands to turn out the light and go to bed, I couldn't
put it down until the early morning hours. Turning the pages of that
book, I saw Sam Houston, Deaf Smith, and Santa Anna. ... As a young
boy growing up in Texas just after World War II and Korea, I found that
this and other books nourished my curiosity-no, my love-of this
nation-state called Texas."
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