Heritage, Volume 18, Number 1, Winter 2000 Page: 37
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FORT GRIFFIN STATE PARK
15 miles north of Albany, U.S. 283, Albany;
(915) 762-3592; Daily 8-5; Military
History; $2/Car entrance fee.
CADDOAN MOUNDS SITE
6 miles S.W. of Alto, SH 21, Alto; (409)
858-3218; Open Wed-Sun 8-5; Prehistoric
Site; Adults $1, Children 50.
McKINNEY FALLS STATE PARK
9 miles south of Austin, U.S. 183, 2 m.
west on Scenic Dr., (512) 243-2177;
Open Thurs-Mon 9-12, 1-6; Tues-Wed 912,
1-3; Natural History, History; $2.
SEMINOLE CANYON STATE PARK
9 miles west of Comstock, U.S. 90;
Comstock; (915) 292-4464; Daily 8-5;
Prehistory/History; $2 Car fee.
1120 Magoffin Ave., El Paso; (915) 5335147;
Open Wed-Sun 9-4; Historic
House; Adults $2, Students/Children $1.
ADMIRAL NIMITZ STATE
340 East Main, Fredericksburg, (512)
997-4379; Open daily 8-5; Chester Nimitz
and Pacific War, historic building, military
exhibits; Adults $3, Children $1.50
GOLIAD STATE HISTORICAL PARK
One mile south of Goliad, U.S. 183,
Goliad; (512) 645-3405; Open Daily 8-5;
History; $2/Car fee.
2.3 miles east of Hempstead off 1488,
Wyatt Chapel Rd. Information/reservations,
(409) 826-3126 or (409) 826-3883.
Open first Saturday of the month, $5.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON NATIONAL
100 Ladybird Ln., Johnson City, and the
LBJ Ranch, Stonewall; (830) 868-7128;
Daily 8:45-5; Historic house/ranch. No
fee except for ranch bus tour, $3.
CADDO LAKE STATE PARK
14 miles N.E. of Marshall, State Hwy. 43,
Karnack; (214) 679-3351; Open 8-5;
Natural History/History; $2 Car Entrance.
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historic accommodations, publications,
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than 4,000 readers. Send your ad to HERITAGE
Editor, P.O. Box 50314, Austin, TX
78763 or fax it to (512) 453-2164.
* "Texas Jewish Burials", an alphabetical
listing of 34,000 burials is available
from the Texas Jewish Historical Society,
P.O. Box 10193, Austin TX 78766,
$23pp. for spiral binding/ $45pp. for hard
* Texas Historical Home in Richmond
built in 1836 by one of the first settlers of
Fort Bend County, the house sits on six
acres leading to the Brazos River. Also included
is a log cabin presently used as an
art studio. Priced at $275,000; please contact
Phil Winkelstern at 281-499-8915 or
281-342-3938. View photographs at
HERITAGE * 37 * WINTER 2000
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