The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 332
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
TSHA members and friends will be heading toward El Paso this
spring, to participate in the Association's eighty-fifth annual meeting.
Planned as a joint meeting with the Historical Society of New Mexico
on March 5-7, 1981, the gathering bids fair to be an exciting one.
Sharing many of our sessions will be members of the Texas Historical
Commission, the Texas Catholic Historical Society, the Texas Ar-
cheological Society, the Society of Southwestern Archivists, the Texas
Association of Museums, the Texas Folklore Society, and, of course,
our own Walter Prescott Webb Historical Society. These organizations
will be holding their own annual meetings, but their members will be
able to attend many of our sessions.
The time, the place, and the people involved seem to have had a
catalytic effect on each other; and they have provided a program filled
with intriguing topics and stimulating speakers. Members who are un-
able to attend these sessions will undoubtedly regret the lost oppor-
The 1981 Victoria College Social Sciences Symposium will begin at
9 A.M. on February 21, 1981, in the Victoria College Library. This
year's program will feature Professor Ernest Wallace and will be en-
titled "A Morning with Ernest Wallace."
Wallace will make two presentations, "The Great Spirit Did Not
Put You Here to Steal Our Land," and "A Photographic Illustration of
the Plains Indians and Their Culture." The first of the two topics will
consist of a dramatic r6sum6 of the United States's changing relations
with the Indians, including the suits over lost Indian lands. In the
second presentation Wallace will show slides, accompanied by oral
interpretation, of the Plains Indians, with emphasis on the Comanches.
Irvin M. May, Jr., cordially invites scholars to submit proposals for
papers and sessions to be presented at the East Texas State Historical
Association's fall meeting. Papers treating any aspect of East Texas
history will be welcome and should be submitted no later than May
20, 1981, to May (lo13 Madera Circle, College Station, Texas 77840).
The meeting will be held September 25-26, 1981.
Planning is underway for the spring meeting of the West Texas
Historical Association. The meeting will be held at Hardin-Simmons
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