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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION EST. 1954 SUMMER 88
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 2
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
The Life and Times of
Palo Duro Creek
by John Peterson 6
A large Plains villager community has
been uncovered along Wolf Creek, the
site of the Texas Archaeological Society's
annual field school for the past two
Fire, Clay and Moonlight:
Austin's Other Towers
by Henry B. Moncure 12
These "other towers" lend much to the
city's unique profile, but recognition of
their significance is a study in contrasts.
Architecture in Texas
by Drury B. Alexander
With formal settlement initiated by
Austin and other empresarios, AngloAmericans
came in large numbers to
dominate the cultural and political
development of the state.
Catch the Country Spirit
by Carol Hillman 27
A trip to Granbury is like a journey into
yesteryear. It's a place with a special
grace and enchantment all its own.
Personal Glimpses in the
by Sarah Whitson 18
On their journey through the Big Bend,
one group of archaeology buffs finds
itself torn at times between admiring
the scenery and searching for evidence
of the first Texans.
Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park.
Photo by Tracy Lynch.
Preservation News Around the State,
TH Foundation News, Museums,
Historical Sites, and Points of Interest
Hank the Cowdog and Every Dog
Has His Day
By John R. Erickson
Nana's Raid: Apache Warfare in Southern
By Stephen H. Lekson 22
Lipan Apaches in Texas
By Thomas E. Schilz 22
Prairie: Images of Ground and Sky
By Terry Evans 22
The Pioneer Spirit: A Prairie Portrait
By Lyle Alan White 22
Lubbock Lake: Late Quaternary Studies
of the Southern High Plains
Edited by Eileen Johnson 22
The Pawnee Indians
By George E. Hyde 22
Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country
By Marshall Enquist 23
The Birds of North Central Texas
By Warren M. Pulich 23
The Story of Old Tascosa
By John L. McCarty 24
Reviews by John Peterson
In the New World
By Lawrence Wright
Soldiers, Sutters and Settlers:
Life on the Texas Frontier
By Robert Wooster
Reviews by Alex Apostolides
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, 603 W. 13th St., Suite culture, and preservation activities will be given highest priority. All manuscripts should be typed and
#1 -A- 170, Austin, Texas 78701. 1988. The opinions expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily double-spaced and photos or artwork accurately labeled. All submissions become the property of the Texas
reflect those of the Texas Historical Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit Historical Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of either documents or
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EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-inChief, J. P. Bryan; Assistants to Editor-in CONTRIBUTORS: J. P. Bryan, Roni Morales, John Peterson, Alex Apostol<"'r
c. \. . . . i \/ c \n * -cj- ci- L i-\7 * ides, Henry B. Moncure, Drury B. Alexander, Carol Hillman, Sarah Whitson,
Chief, Mary S. Stewart, Pamela Van Stavem; Managing Editor, Elizabeth Vair; ides, Henry B. Moncure, Drury B. Alexander, Carol Hillman, Sarah Whison,
Assistant Editor, Carolyn E. Fasel; Book Review Editor, John Peterson; Elizabeth Vair, Texas Historical Commission, Barker History Center-Austin,
Assistant Editor, Carolyn E. Fasel; Book Review Editor, John Peterson; ' ' n
Production Assistant, Joni Mundey. Far Flung Adventures, Inc., Texas State Archives, Tracy Lynch, Beth Newman
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