The Texas Historian, Volume 65, 2004-2005

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Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.

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52 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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Texas State Historical Association 2004.

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  • Cure, Stephen S. Letter from the Editor; Senior Chapter Spotlight; Chapter Showcase; Junior Chapter Spotlight
  • Elendt, Nathan The Early History of Rockets
  • Phillips, Jamila In the Zone: Exploration, Encounter, and Exchange of Standard Time
  • Hammann, Rebeca The Shot "Heard Round the World": Spindletop and the Dawn of the Petroleum Era
  • Eng, Te-yee The Boxer Rebellion: How Encounters and Exploration into Trade Between China and the West Led to the Exchange of Bullets
  • Wyman, Justin The Three Navies of Texas
  • Davis, Rachelle The Effects of the Great Depression on Marshall, Texas
  • Cupples, Lavyn Matthew Henson: African-American Explorer
  • James, Sarah The Baytown-La Porte Tunnel--From Conception to Destruction: An Experience in Exploration, Encounter, and Exchange
  • Sun, Sylvia The Road to China: Nixon's Diplomatic Adventure
  • Rhodes, Alissa The Last Indian Captive: The Story of Herman Lehmann
  • Barina, Daniel The Wright Stuff

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Organized in Austin in 1897, the TSHA's mission centers on fostering appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas. They do so through various programs, research, preservation and publication of historical materials related to the state.

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Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.

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52 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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"Vol. LXV, Annual Issue 2004-2005."

"Issued annually each Fall."

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  • Publication Title: The Texas Historian
  • Volume: 65

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One of the few historical journals in the nation that publishes the work of secondary students, the magazine contains writings of student historians and news related to Junior Historian chapters and participants.

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Texas State Historical Association. The Texas Historian, Volume 65, 2004-2005, periodical, 2004; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth391358/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.