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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 7 NUMBER 4
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Those With Vision: Devils River: Gateway to Texas: the History of
1989 Foundation Awards Rock Art Preservation Orange and Orange County 22
by Patricia Haas 12 by David G. Robinson 8 The WPA Guide to 1930s
The Texas Historical Foundation pres- The Texas Archeological Society has New Mexico
ents awards in recognition for signifi- found ways to retrieve bits of the past The WPA Guide to 1930s
cant historical preservation projects from so-called progress, and occasion- Arizona 22
and activities by groups and individuals. ally from outright criminality.
Historical Atlas of Texas
Historical Atlas of Kansas 23
Sam Houston Papers Concerning Robertson's
Memorial Museum Colony in Texas. Vol. XIV 24
by Sam Angulo & David Wight 14
by_ Sam Ag &Hasinai: A Traditional History of
A great general's legacy is being rescued, - Caddo Confederacy 25
recreated, and restored. T
l. '. i \ Let There Be Towns: Spanish
ig c ah- i- ~X , a :0 Municipal Origins in the
Schoolhouse Architecture: - , American Southwest 26
The Shape of Texas Education ,
by Dan K. Utley 18
What began as a simple concept-one CORNERSTONE
teacher and a small group of students in
one room-has evolved over the years. Texas Historical Foundation
Annual Meeting 31
. . ON THE COVER MacGilvray to Direct Center
Historic Tour Stylized birds and human-like figures at for Historic Resources 31
Focuses on. Richmod 41VV207, a rock art site in the Devils River
Focuses on Richmond region of southwest Texas. The birds appear to Heritage Staff Changes 31
by M. Peter Soria 27 fly toward a curved line with tick marks, commonly
interpreted as a counting record. Below, In Memoriam: Cecil Burney 32
A drive into the heart of Richmond human-like figures stand linked at the arms and
takes the visitor back to the legendary are interspersed with vertical bars and stylized J.P. Bryan to Leave Board 32
tim e . of Jane LongMirabeauLamar, atlatl projectiles, or darts. This panel is most
time of Jane Long, Mirabeau Lamar, similar to Pecos River style rock art, dateable to Historical Museum Listings 33
and Deaf Smith. about 2000-1000 B.C. Watercolor by David G.
Robinson. State Parks & Historical Sites 38
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Founda- publication. Articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation
tion, P. 0. Box 530056, Austin, Texas 78753. 1989. Opinions expressed by activities are given priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced, and
contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Historical photos or artwork accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of Texas
Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit organiza- Historical Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for retion
supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsolicited turn of documents or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival
articles not exceeding 2,000 words will be accepted by a review committee for storage. Printing by Whitley Co., Austin. Typesetting by Typescript, Austin.
EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief, Joan Rabins; Managing Edi- Patricia Haas, Nola Montgomery, Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Edison
tor, Carolyn Fasel; Associate Editor, Patricia Haas; Art Director, Plaza Museum, Sam Angulo, David Wight, Sam Houston Memorial
Elizabeth J. Vair; Book Review Editor, John Peterson; Development Museum, Dan K. Utley, San Antonio Conservation Society, Institute
Officer, M. Peter Soria, Production Assistant, Joni Mundey. of Texan Cultures at San Antonio, John Peterson, David 0. Brown,
CONTRIBUTORS: Joan Rabins, David G. Robinson, E. J. Vair, M. Peter Soria, Fort Bend Museum Association, and April Bland.
HERITAGE * FALL 1989 3
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