The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 436
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Texas State Historical Association will hold its eighty-sixth
annual meeting in Austin on March 4-6, 1982. The program commit-
tee members are now planning and organizing the program to provide
sessions of interest to all members. The committee members are Byron
Price (chairman), J. C. Martin, Donald W. Whisenhunt, Dora E.
Guerra, James P. Morris, James A. Chappell, and Larry D. Hill.
The Department of History, Southwest Missouri State University,
Springfield, Missouri 65802, is sponsoring the Third Mid-America
Conference on History. Proposals for papers and sessions are now being
received for the meeting, scheduled for September 17-19, 1981. In-
quiries should be addressed to B. B. Lightfoot at the above address.
"Texana II: Cultural Heritage of the Plantation South," a three-day
seminar on the Civil War era in East Texas, will be held June 4-6,
1981, at the Excelsior Hotel in Jefferson. The program is the second
in a series of annual Texana conferences planned by the Texas His-
torical Commission, to explore antebellum Texas through an inter-
disciplinary humanities program. The program will underscore the
richness, vitality, and historical significance of the cultural heritage of
the plantation South.
Texana II is cosponsored by the Texas Committee for the Humani-
ties, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Marion County
Historical Commission, the East Texas Historical Association, and the
Temple-EasTex Corporation. The program will include lectures by
scholars from many Texas colleges and universities, by local historians,
and by professionals in the fields of architecture, archaeology, land-
scape design, ethnic traditions, and decorative arts. Other features of
the seminar will be exhibits, a tour of Jefferson's historic architectural
landmarks, and a detailed analysis of an unrestored Greek Revival
For conference registration information or further details about
Texana II, contact Kirsten Mullen, Texas Historical Commission,
P.O. Box 12276, Austin 78711.
The Krost Center for Life Enrichment and the Department of His-
tory at Texas Lutheran College are sponsoring a symposium honoring
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