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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 7 NUMBER 2
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Locomotives usher visitors into a nostalgic
time machine that takes them
from the frenzied rush of the modem
world to a slower pace of by-gone times.
The once-mighty port of Indianola is
regarded by many as the state's best
known ghost town.
In spite of all that man and nature can
do, we still celebrate the glories of Victorian
Galveston through the buildings
that have survived.
Focuses on Round Top
Adapted by Louise Anzalone 30
In the late 1840s Round Top began to
assume the resilient German character
which remains to this day.
The Subject Was Roses
by Dr. William C. Welch
The garden is an important part of our
life, environment & inheritance. Texas
is a land of flowers, a land of such varied
soil and climate that nearly everything
Released in 1864, Marechal Niel (pronounced
mah-ray-SHAL NEEL) was extensively planted
in Texas and the South. Legendary for the
fragrance and beauty of its blossoms, it was bred
in France. This climbing rose is appreciated for
its almost continuous display of yellow flowers.
At the time it was introduced, there were few
yellow roses and none of comparable quality.
Cover Photo by Grey Grant.
Indianola: The Mother of Western
by Brownson Malsch
The Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1696
and the Franciscan Missions
in New Mexico
by J. Manuel Espinosa
Signs from the Ancestors:
Zufni Cultural Symbolism &
Perceptions of Rock Art
by M. Jane Young
Marks in Place: Contemporary
Responses to Rock Art
Cavalier in Buckskin: George
Armstrong Custer and the Western
by Robert M. Utley 26
Navajo Textiles: The William
Randolph Hearst Collection
by Nancy J. Blomberg
from THF Board
1989 THC Preservation
Historical Museum Listings
State Parks and Historic Sites
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation,
603 W. 13th St., Suite #1-A-170, Austin, Texas 78701 . 1989. Opinions
expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas
Historical Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit
organization supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited
articles not exceeding 2,000 words will be accepted by a review committee
EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief, J. P. Bryan; Assistants to Editor-inChief,
Mary S. Stewart and Pamela Van Stavern; Managing Editor, Elizabeth
Vair; Assistant Editor, Carolyn E. Fasel; Associate Editor, Joan Rabins; Book
Review Editor, John Peterson; Production Assistant, Joni Mundey.
CONTRIBUTORS: J. P. Bryan; Dr. William C. Welch; Charlie Maple; David
Moore; David G. Woodcock; John Peterson; Prof. Chad Oliver; Prof. James A.
for publication. Articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation
activities given highest priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced,
and photos or artwork accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of
Texas Historical Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope
for return of documents or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival
storage. Printing by Whitley Co., Austin. Typesetting by Typescript, Austin.
Neely; Louise Anzalone; E. J. Vair; Grey Grant; Texas Agricultural Extension
Service, Department of Agriculture; The Rosenberg Library Association;
Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas; MacMillan Publishing Company, New
York; Texas State Railroad, Rusk; Round Top Area Association; Center for
Historic Resources; Texas Barker History Center; and the Daughters of the
Republic of Texas.
HERITAGE * SPRING 1989 3
Texas State Railroad
by Charlie Maple
by David Moore
by David G. Woodcock
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