The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 222
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Plans are shaping up nicely for the TSHA meeting scheduled for
El Paso on March 5-7, 1981. Mark your calendar for the event. We
will be joined by the New Mexico Historical Society for the three days.
The Association's 1982 meeting will be held in Austin on March
4-6, 1982. President Ben E. Pingenot has named Byron Price to chair
the program committee for that meeting. Other committee members
are J. C. Martin, Donald W. Whisenhunt, Dora E. Guerra, James P.
Morris, James Chappell, and Larry D. Hill. The committee will meet
in El Paso, in March, 1981, to consider papers for the 1982 meeting.
Anyone who is interested in presenting a paper at the 1982 meeting
should contact a member of the committee.
San Diego, California, will be the location for the 1981 Western
Social Science Association, on April 23-25. Individuals interested in
presenting papers on any aspect of agricultural history in Texas, the
Southwest, or the nation should write, before December 1, 1980, to Dr.
Irvin May, Research Historian, 1013 Madera Circle, College Station,
Planning is underway for the East Texas Historical Association's 1981
meeting, to be held on September 25-26. Participants will be welcome,
speaking on any East Texas history subject (such as politics, oil, agri-
culture, business, regional leaders, and so on). Please send an outline
of your idea or a one-page abstract of your paper, no later than June 15,
1981, to Dr. Irvin May, 1013 Madera Circle, College Station, 77840, or
telephone Dr. May at either (713) 845-5054 or (713) 696-7188.
The San Jacinto Museum of History, located in the base of the
monument at the San Jacinto Battleground State Park, recently an-
nounced some important acquisitions. Among the new items is a copy
of the Texas Declaration of Independence, one of only twelve known
copies of the first printing of this important document. The Declara-
tion is generally regarded as the single most important document in
Texas history. The acquisition was made possible by a grant from
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