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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
As historians we look to the past, but as members of the TSHA we
always have our eyes on next year's calendar. The 1999 TSHA annual
meeting in Dallas will be the first held outside Austin for three years. We
look forward to getting together at the Fairmont on March 4-6 for three
days of presentations, auctions, banquets, book signings, and other activ-
ities. Bonnie Campbell, chair of the program committee for 1999, is
working with her committee to put together another great lineup of pre-
sentations. With your memories of this year's meeting still fresh in your
mind, be sure to tell a friend-especially any non-members in the Dallas-
Fort Worth area-that we'll be in Dallas next year and that if they truly
love Texas history they can't afford to miss the meeting. Mark March
4-6, 1999, on your calendars. We'll see you there.
The Texas State Historical Association's third annual Summer
Institute for teachers, "A Journey through Texas History, Galveston," will
be June 1-5. Thirty-five educators from across Texas will be selected to
attend the traveling study seminar, which will take an in-depth look at
Galveston's unique history. Tours and visits to museums and historical
sites will be supplemented with lectures and presentations.
Scheduling is planned to yield maximum professional growth in an
environment of intellectual activity. Participants, who will travel in vans,
will stay at the luxurious Tremont House Hotel in Galveston and will eat
most meals together. The program will begin and end in Houston.
Teachers attending the Institute will receive forty hours of in-service cred-
it. Cost of the tour will be approximately $450, which includes four nights
lodging, transportation, admission to all museums, homes, etc., and conti-
nental breakfasts, lunches, and all but two dinners. For more information,
contact the Texas State Historical Association, 2.306 Sid Richardson Hall,
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin 78712; 512/471-1525.
The Texas African American Heritage Organization will convene its
annual meeting on the campus of Huston-Tillotson College in Austin
April 24 and 25. For more information, contact Dr. David A. Williams,
P.O. Box 141038, Austin 78714, or telephone 512/339-7043.
The Winedale Museum Seminar on Administration and Interpretation
will be November 8-19, 1998. The ten-day residential training program
is designed to improve the quality and promote the continuing develop-
ment of museums, historical organizations, and cultural institutions. The
seminar is open to staff members and experienced volunteers of muse-
ums, historic sites and cultural organizations of all sizes. Participants are
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