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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 8 NUMBER 4
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Roads and the Pacification
by Christopher S. Davies 14
The evolution of the roads of Texas
is as colorful as the state itself.
Texas farmers and ranchers whose
land has been in continuous production
for a hundred years or more are honored.
Gatesville Judge Restrains Utility
Construction in State Historical
and Archaeological Region
by Paul J. Gately 29
Ancient trees and an undetermined
number of sites bearing pre-historic Indian
artifacts have been spared.
Auction of Jeanne R. Blocker
by Janna Johnson Hill 34
The auction raised almost $190,000.
A county of green hills and meadows
attracted Norwegian immigrants in the
1850s and attracts many visitors today.
The Celebration and Preservation
of the Cunningham Legacy
by Patricia Haas 8
The descendants of James and Susannah
Cunningham continue to celebrate and
preserve the memory and the ranch
of their ancestors.
ON THE COVER
In 1985, F. Lee Lawrence-great-great-grandson
of James and Susannah Cunningham-and his
wife Ann bought and restored the Cunningham
ranch house and fences to their 1870's state.
Cover photograph by Glenn Wolfe.
Indians of the Rio Grande Delta:
Their Role in the History of Southern
Texas and Northeastern Mexico
by Martin Salinas 24
Texas Collects: Fine Arts, Furniture,
Windmills, and Whimseys
by Paul Nathan 24
The Texas History Companion:
Produced by Forest Glen TV
Portraits in American Archceology:
Remembrances of Some
by Gordon Randolph Willey 27
THF Staff Changes
Historical Museum Listing
State Parks &
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HERITAGE EDITORIAL STAFF: CONTRIBUTORS:
Editor-in-Chief, Carolyn Fasel Carolyn Fasel, Patricia Haas, John Peterson, Valerie Crosswell,
Editor, Patricia Haas Mary Orbeck, Christopher Davies, Paul Gately, Janna Johnson
Book Review Editor, John Peterson. Hill, E. Mott Davis, Donna Hector, and Glenn Wolfe.
HERITAGE * FALL 1990 3
A Century of Enterprise
by Valerie Crosswell
Historic Tour Focuses on
by Mary Orbeck
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