Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 5, Number 2, May, 1995 Page: Front Inside
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Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal
Volume 5, Number 2
Editor: Bill Stein
Associate Editor: Terry Ford
Production Assistants: Elizabeth Schoellmann, Tracey Wegenhoft
The Freedman's Bureau in Colorado County, Texas, 1865-1868: Part 1
by Barry A. Crouch ................................... ............. . 71
Rancher to Bank President
by William H. Harrison ...................... ........................ . 105
James K. Orellana, who was educated at the University of Houston, has lived and worked
on a small farm near Fayetteville for the last seven years. His highly-regarded oil paintings, often
surrounded by quixotic frames, and other works have been featured in numerous solo and group
exhibits. He has been a member of the Live Oak Art Center for several years, and had a solo exhibit
there in 1 992. More recently, his work was featured in the 1 993 Texas Biennial in Dallas. The April
1994 American Art magazine featured a color photograph of and commentary on one of his
paintings from that show. Presently, his work is on exhibit in a solo show at the Southwest Crafts
Center in San Antonio.
Acknowledgements and Notes
Barry A. Crouch is professor of history at Gallaudet University, Washington D. C., the only
liberal arts college in the world for deaf people. Besides teaching his courses in sign language, he
is the author of numerous articles about Texas during the Reconstruction era. His book The
Freedmen's Bureau andBlack Texans was published by the University of Texas Press in 1 992. Next
year, Louisiana State University Press will issue The Making of a Legend: Cullen Montgomery
Baker; Reconstruction Desperado, which he co-authored with Donaly E. Brice. Recently, Crouch
was elected a fellow of the Texas State Historical Association and was named the distinguished
faculty member for 1 995 by Gallaudet University.
ISSN 1053-4733. Published by the Archives of the Nesbitt Memorial Library. Printed by Shoen Type & Print,
Route 2, Box 193B, Alleyton, Texas 78935. To subscribe, contact Bill Stein, Nesbitt Memorial Library, 529
Washington Street, Columbus, Texas 78934, (409) 732-5514. Single copies sell for $6.00. 150
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