Heritage, Volume 9, Number 2, Spring 1991 Page: 3
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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
EST. 1954 SPRING '91
VOLUME 9 NUMBER 2
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
New research in southern and coastal
Texas gives first clues about a cultural
lifeway not greatly different from the
bison-hunting Indians of the Great
Plains in historic times.
Archaeological parks offer the public an
opportunity to see archaeological sites
through the eyes of the archaeologist.
The Sam Kaufman
Archaeological Site: An
by Jim Bruseth &
Spring floods caused massive erosion
of land and destroyed important
The Lewis Canyon Petroglyph
Project: A Labor of Love
In an area famous for its elaborate
multi-colored cave paintings, Lewis
Canyon is an anomaly whose rarity begs
A Pioneer Farmstead is
Rescued in Urban Austin
by Claude Crowley
A long-lost pioneer farmstead has been
discovered in the middle of an Austin
residential neighborhood and is being
lovingly restored. The story of how these
pioneer structures were saved from destruction
reads like fiction.
ON THE COVER
The Moore-Hancock Farmstead in April 1991
after much hard work and restoration by Karen
and Mike Collins and many volunteers who have
generously and lovingly given their time and
energy to the project. Photo by Glenn Wolfe.
Lone Stars, Volume II: A Legacy of
Texas Quilts 1936-1986
by Karoline Patterson Bresenhan &
Nancy O'Bryant Puentes 24
Eyewitness to War: Prints and
Daguerrotypes of the Mexican War,
by Martha A. Sandweiss, Rick
Stewart, & Ben W. Huseman 24
The Franklin Mountains: Beginning
of the Rockies
Photography by Michael R. Moses,
text by Alex Apostolides 24
The Death of Ram6n Gonzdlez: The
Modern Agricultural Dilemma
by Angus Wright 25
THF Board of Directors Holds
Will Wilson, Sr. Family Honored
by The Archaeological
Historical Museum Listing
State Parks & Historical Sites
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, taining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation activities are given priority.
P. 0. Box 530056, Austin, Texas 78753. 1991. Opinions expressed by contri- Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and photos or artwork accurately
buting writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Historical Foundation. labeled. Submissions become the property of Texas Historical Foundation unless
The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization supported by accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of documents or literature,
membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited articles not exceeding and photographs or drawings from archival storage. Typesetting by Patricia
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EDITORIAL STAFF Erwin Roemer, Jr., Jim Bruseth, Toni Turner Bruseth,
Editor, Patricia Haas, Book Review Editor, John Peterson. Solveig Turpin, John Peterson, Patricia Haas, Galveston
CONTRIBUTORS Historical Foundation, The Archaeological Conservancy,
Claude Crowley, Jeffery A. Huebner, David G. Robinson, Glenn Wolfe.
The Last Prehistoric Bison
by Jeffrey A. Huebner
& David G. Robinson
Archaeology for the Public
by Erwin Roemer, Jr.
Toni Turner Bruseth
by Solveig Turpin
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