Heritage, Volume 11, Number 3, Summer 1993 Page: 19
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These include the Texas cities of
Rockdale, Greenville, Ennis, Luling,
Gainesville, Mexia, Brenham, Navasota,
Columbus, Sherman, Jefferson, Marshall,
Palestine, and Orange.
The project has been, according to
Teter, "extremely rewarding and fascinating
personally. It has captured me for
the past two years." Through his tireless
efforts and unwavering dedication, Teter
has almost single-handedly provided what
should be a useful source of information
for future genealogists and historians in
"'The project has been extremeny
fascinating personally. It
has captured me for the
past two years.
their efforts to study and preserve the Jewish
history in Texas. When all of the current
documentation is completed, it will be
housed in the Jewish archives at the Barker
History Center at the University of Texas at
Austin. Though he has now dedicated almost
two years to the project, Teter said
that "there is still much more to be accomplished
in what may well be a never-ending
Editor's Note: In recognition of his outstanding
volunteer commitment to primary
Texas historical research, the Texas Historical
Foundation presented the 1992 Deolece
Parmelee Award to Don Teter.
Don Teter is a retired engineer from Baytown
who was recently elected president of the Texas
Jewish Historical Society, headquartered in
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