Heritage, Volume 11, Number 3, Summer 1993 Page: 3
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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION EST. 1954 SUMMER 1993
VOLUME 11 NUMBER 3
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
A Restoration To Build On Rainbow Row Homolovi II: Archaeology of an
Preserving Kingsville's Restoring Homes and Hopes Ancestral Hopi Village, Arizona
John B. Ragland Mercantile By David Bush 6 By E. Charles Adams and
Company Building An innovative program, using histori- Kelly Ann Hays 24
By Bruce S. Cheeseman 12 cal preservation to meet social needs,
The King Ranch, Inc.'s $1.3 million by the Galveston Historical Founda- The Cheyenne and Arapaho
restoration of one of downtown tion, has provided new homes -- and Ordeal: Reservation and Agency
Kingsville's oldest buildings made good hopes -- for four of that city's low- and Life in the Indian Territories,
economic sense -- and it sparked a moderate-income families. 07
l'~~~~~~~ ~~~By Donald J. Berthrong 24
movement that has the whole town
thinking about preservation. Dr. Lawrence A. Nixon and
the White Primary
Reclaiming the Lost Past
A Labor of Love JUH: An Incredible Indian
By Don Teter and Gene Krane 16 By Dan Thrapp 26
Future historians of the Jewish history in
the state of Texas will have Don Teter of
Baytown to thank for his tireless efforts
that have resulted in the documentation CORN ERSTON E
of 73 Jewish cemeteries in 46 Texas
Texas A&M University
Library Receives Donation 22
State Prepares For Texans Featured in
200th Birthday Celebration Photography Exhibit 22
of "Father of Texas" 20 D E
Parties, parades, exhibits, historical pro- Department of Museum Studies
grams and demonstrations, and special Created at Baylor 22
memorial services are all planned as the ON THE COVER
state prepares to celebrate the 200th The renovation of four Rainbow Row homes Foundation Awards Grants
birthday of Texas hero Stephen F. Austin by the Galveston Historical Foundation was a During April Board Meeting
result of efforts by the entire community.
later this year. Photograph by Robert John Mihovil. in Fredericksburg 22
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation activities are given
P. O. Box 50314, Austin, Texas 78763. 1993. Opinions expressed by contri- priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and photos or artwork
buting writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Historical Foundation. accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of Texas Historical FounThe
Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization supported by dation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of documents
membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited articles not exceeding or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival storage. Typesetting by
2,000 words will be accepted by a review committee for publication. Articles Gene Krane. Printing by Whitley Company, Austin, Texas.
EDITORIAL STAFF Bruce S. Cheeseman, David Hill, Marie Beth Jones, Robert Joy,
Editor, Gene Krane, Book Review Editor, John Peterson The King Ranch Archives, Gene Krane, John B. Meadows, Robert
CONTRIBUTORS John Mihovil, San Jacinto Museum of History Association, Don
Brazoria County Historical Museum, R.B. Brown, David Bush, Teter
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