The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 512
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
In 1993 the TSHA Annual Meeting will be back in Houston for the
first time in a decade. Put March 4-6, 1993, on your calendar now so
that you will be ready to join us for our usual three days of history, auc-
tions, special speakers and events, and a reunion with your fellow afi-
cionados of Texas and Texana.
"The Influence of Spain on the Texas Legal System," a symposium
that will be held on June 24 in Corpus Christi, is part of the 1992 State
Bar of Texas Annual Meeting, June 23-27, 1992. Scholars in the fields
of law and history, as well as distinguished foreign scholars from Mex-
ico and Spain, will be presenting papers at a seminar and colloquium
forum. Lawyers and legal history scholars will discuss the Spanish ori-
gins of Texas water, matrimonial, property, and homestead laws. For
more information, contact Judge Hilda Tagle, State Bar of Texas
1992 Annual Meeting Program Committee, Nueces County Court at
Law #3, 901 Leopard, Suite 703, Corpus Christi 78401.
The Bureau of Land Management, in partnership with the Univer-
sity of Arizona, the University of New Mexico, and other federal agen-
cies, is planning a Quincentennial commemorative event consisting of a
one-day symposium in Tucson, a five-day bus tour, and a two-day clos-
ing symposium in New Mexico. "A Meeting of Two Worlds" takes place
October 3-9, 1992, and will focus on Spanish exploration of the South-
west and the contributions of the Spanish and Native American peoples
to the cultural heritage enjoyed in the Southwest today. For further in-
formation, write to Gail Acheson, Bureau of Land Management, P.O.
Box 16563, Phoenix, Arizona 85011; 602/640-5504.
The University of Texas at Austin has created the Center for Ameri-
can History, a new unit of the General Libraries with administrative re-
sponsibility for special collections and activities relating to American
history. The new center consolidates and makes more visible the uni-
versity's extensive holdings documenting the historical development
of the United States, including collections housed in the Eugene C.
Barker Texas History Center, the University Archives, and the Sam
Rayburn Library and Museum, located in Bonham, Texas. All three
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992, periodical, 1992; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117153/m1/588/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.