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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION I EST. 1954 $5 ISSUE I Volume 3 2009
8 A Day Like No Other On the cover: Various images from this
September 11, 2001, began as any other day on the issue of HERITAGE magazine. See inside
campus of Texas State University. But that soon of this publication for photography
changed as the tragic news of what was happening in credits.
New York City made its way to the San Marcos campus.
By Stephanie Loden, Hans Schreck, and
Dan K. Utley
14 Harder Than Hardscrabble
In the 1940s, life for the rural inhabitants of
Central Texas was difficult. It became even more
complicated, though, when construction of an Army
tank-training camp, known as Fort Hood, displaced
their farms and communities. Though the physical
landmarks are now gone from the map, the memo-
ries still remain.
By Amy Dase
20 Talking About Texas
From music to soldiers to those who experienced
the commonplace and the extraordinary, the words
and recollections of Texans have become part of
the state's historical record as museums and
archives across the state have recorded the stories
of their lives.
By Gene Krane, Pamela Murtha, and
6 President's Message
25 Living History:
26 Teaching Texas History:
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
New Deal for Texas Parks Website
30 This Old Gun
By Tom Power
2 Texas Historical Museums
24 Foundation Membership
EDITORIAL STAFF CONTRIBUTORS
Editor, Gene Krane Roma Scott Bates, Cynthia J. Beeman, Grace Irene Bratton,
Assistant Editor, Pamela Murtha Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum, Amy Dase, Linda Dietert, Tom
Doell, Wilma Earl Colvin Edwards, Library of Congress, Stephanie
Proofreader, Betty B. Hall Loden, Pamela Murtha, Doris Nichols, Louise O'Connor, Mark Gray
Philliber, Tom Power, Prewitt & Associates, Inc., Hans Schreck, Letha
Sheldon, Clay Shorkey, Sixth Floor Museum, Sophienburg Museum,
PRODUCTION Tamara Stokes, Mary Taylor, Texas Historical Commission, Texas
Designer, Stacey Van Landingham Music Museum, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Dan K. Utley
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, P.O. Box 50314, Austin, Texas 78763; 512-453-2154;
email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Opinions expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas
Historical Foundation. THF is a private, nonprofit organization supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited
articles not exceeding 2,000 words will be considered by a review committee for publication. Articles pertaining to Texas heritage,
culture, and preservation activities are given priority. Submissions become the property of the Texas Historical Foundation unless
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