Texas Heritage, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall 2000 Page: 32
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Massey Named Executive
Director of Mary Moody
Betty Massey, who served for 10 years
as the executive director of the Galveston
Historical Foundation, has been appointed
executive director of the Mary Moody
Northen Endowment, which includes the
Moody Mansion Museum in Galveston.
She assumed her new position on September
Massey's responsibilities will include
administration of the foundation properties
as well as developing and managing
Northen endowment programs.
The endowment, founded by the late
Mary Moody Northen, is committed to
supporting projects for the betterment of
Under Massey's watch, the Galveston
Historical Foundation grew to be one of
the largest locally based preservation
groups in the United States. It is the oldest
historic preservation organization in
TAS Annual Meeting Set
For October in Houston
Coinciding with the state's Archeology
Awareness Month, the Texas Archeology
Society will hold its annual meeting at
South Shore Harbor Resort and Conference
Center on Clear Lake in the Houston
area, October 27-29.
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In addition to speaker presentations, including
one by William Foster, author of
several books on Texas history, there will
also be a display of artifacts from the Belle
and Fort St. Louis.
An auction, open to the public, is also
scheduled for October 28. Call (210) 4584393
for more information.
Travel Guide Available
The Texas Independent Trail Region
travel guide is now available
through the Texas m
Historical Commission. T XAS
The new brochure is the N
second in a series that
highlights the historical
and cultural treasures
in the 10 travel
regions of the state.
The Texas Forts Trail
was the first brochure
in the series.
The Texas Independence
which includes sites in 28 counties,
leads tourists through an area that captures
the history of the state's struggle for independence
and its nine years as a sovereign
Among the sites highlighted in the
guide are the Alamo; Washington-on-theBrazos
State Historical Park, and the San
Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park
and Goliad historic site.
To obtain a free copy of the brochure,
call toll free, (877) 558-7245.
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