Heritage, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 1989 Page: 38
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State Parks * Historic Sites
FORT GRIFFIN STATE
15 Miles North of Albany, U.S. 283, Albany;
(915) 762-3592; Open Daily 8-5;
Military History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
CADDOAN MOUNDS STATE
6 Miles Southwest of Alto, S.H. 21, Alto;
(409) 858-3218; Open Wednesday-Sunday
8-5; Prehistoric Site; Adults $1, Children
McKINNEY FALLS STATE PARK
9 Miles South of Austin, U.S. 183, 2 miles
West on Scenic Drive, Austin; (512) 2432177;
Open Thursday-Monday 9-12, 1-6;
Tuesday-Wednesday 9-12, 1-3; Natural
History, History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
SEMINOLE CANYON STATE PARK
9 Miles West of Comstock, U.S. 90; Comstock;
(915) 292-4464; Open Daily 8-5;
Prehistory/History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
MAGOFFIN HOME STATE
1120 Magoffin Avenue, El Paso; (915)
533-5147; Open Wednesday-Sunday 9-4;
Historic House; Adults $1, Children 25.
CADDO LAKE STATE PARK
14 Miles Northeast of Marshall, S.H. 43,
Karnack; (214) 679-3351; Open Daily 85;
Natural History, History; $2 Car Park
15 Miles South of Richmond, FM 762,
Needville; (409) 553-3243; Call for Hours;
Natural History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
3 Miles West of Quitaque, S.H. 86, Quitaque;
(806) 455-1492; Open Daily Daylight
to Dark; Prehistory, Natural History;
$2 Car Park Entrance.
ART OF BLACK AMERICA
More than 135 AtThe Lyndon
works from the Baines Johnson
1920s by five S e lem Library and Museum
artists who were
among the first January 14 to
to define a visual February 26
vocabulary for Black
America during this Emperor Jones
decade known as Series: Defionce
the Harlem Aaron Douglas
Renaissance a 1923
Organized by The Studio Museum in Harlem and circulated by The American
Federation of Arts, the exhibition is sponsored by Philip Morris Companies Inc. and
Miller Brewing Company with additional support provided by the National
Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the New York
State Council on the Arts, and the New York State Museum. Local support is provided
by the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation.
Laguna Gloria Art Museum receives funding from the City of Austin.
LAGUNA GLORIA ART MUSEUM
THE LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
___Atla_ By A. Ray Stephens
i of Texas and
Am, <) William M. Holmes
\J Consultant: Phyllis
Sixty-four maps, accompanied by
brief interpretive essays, illustrate the
most significant events and subject
areas in the long and illustrious history
and the varied geography qf Texas,
over which six different flags have
flown. 9x12. $24.95
A Book-of-the-Month Club and History Book
CAVALIER IN BUCKSKIN
George Armstrong Custer and the
Western Military Frontier
By Robert M. Utley
"... another superb book from Robert
Utley-the finest, most judicious biography
of Custer yet written. "-John
S. Peterson, Chicago Tribune. $19.95
THE LITHOGRAPHS OF
CHARLES BANKS WILSON
Text by David C. Hunt
A stunning collection of 118 stone
lithographs by one of the region's
premier artists, strikingly reproduced
as black-on-black duotones. 9x12.
The Highway and Its People
Photographic Essay by Quinta Scott
Text by Susan Croce Kelly
A fascinating human study of this
country's most famous road, which
became the subject of a world-famous
novel, an Oscar-winnning film, a hit
song, and a long-running television
program. 93 b&w photos. 82x10.
IN SEARCH OF BUTCH CASSIDY
By Larry Pointer
"... a compelling account of the identity,
career, and fate of Butch Cassidy
.... superb sleuthing. "-Arizona and
the West. "Western Americana fans
will love this one."-Publishers
Weekly. Now in paperback, $9.95.
Write for FREE catalog.
From your bookseller, or, order books
direct (add $1.50 post/hand).
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