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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
VOLUME 6 NUMBER 3
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Washingtonon-the-Brazos: Who Guards the Past? Roughnecks, Drillers and Toolpushers:
Washington-on-the-B1azos Who Guards the Past. Thirty-Three Years in the Oil Field
Birthplace of Texas by Carolyn Fasel 12 Thirty-Three Years in the Oil Field
by Dr. Alan Commander 8 Many people may not be aware of the Review by Tim E. Sorrells
The state park association hopes to digging for pottery that is proceeding
make the site a living laboratory where throughout Northeast Texas in a num- Singg Cowboys and All That Jazz:
archaeology students can work under ber of Caddoan Indian burial sites. A Short History of Popular Music
supervision and study to their hearts' By William W. Savage 21
By William W. Savage 21
content. Review by Peter W. Nichols
The Search for San SabsA __eThe Search for Emma's Story
by Shw-. C By Marian L. Martinello 22
\v awn B. k*ar~son IL) iJThe Roads of Texas
Plans are currently underway to identify T he Road s of Texas ing23
the location and investigate the re- M _
mains of this early Spanish settlement. Early Days on the Bayou
By Ellen Robbins Red 24
Clarksville's _Reviews by Carolyn Fasel
DeMorse House St. Edward's Portraits
by Ken Walen 18 ~~By Dr. Richard B. Hughes 24
ofby Ken Walen 18 sloer acd 1thcenur. SateHitorc ite Potoby liabeh . V IneReview by M. 0. M. Henge
Even though it has deteriorated inside
and out, Clarksville folks believe the
house can be restored as the finest example
of Greek Revival architecture in CORNERSTONE
Korea: America's First Limited War
Driving Tour American History Exhibition at LBJ
Focuses on Salado's Library 29
Heritage Card COVER PHOTO Wells Branch Homestead
Carved from quartz sandstone, this human ef- An early 1850s homestead becomes
by Patricia L. Barton 26 figy pipe was probably used for special occasions
When you visit Salado, you leave be- by the Caddo Indians (circa 720-880 A.D.). Historical Museum Listings 30
hind the frantic 1980s and become part Davis site, now a part of the Caddoan Mounds State Parks, Historic Sites and
of the slower paced 19th century. State Historic Site. Photo by Elizabeth J. Vair. Interpretive Centers 37
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Founda- for publication. Articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation
tion, 603 W. 13th St., Suite #1 -A- 170, Austin, Texas 78701. 1988. Opinions activities given highest priority. Manuscripts should be typed, double-spaced,
expressed by contributing writers do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas and photos or artwork accurately labeled. Submissions become the property of
Historical Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation is a private, nonprofit Texas Historical Foundation unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope
organization supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. Unsol- for return of documents or literature, and photographs or drawings from archival
icited articles not exceeding 3,000 words will be accepted by a review committee storage. Printing by Whitley Co., Austin. Typesetting by Typescript, Austin.
EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief, J. P. Bryan; Assistants to CONTRIBUTORS: J. P. Bryan, Dr. Alan Commander, Shawn B. Carlson,
EditorinChief, Mary S. Stewart and Pamela Van Stavern; Managing Ken Walen, Patricia L. Barton, Carolyn Fasel, Tim E. Sorrels, Peter W. Nichols,
Editor, Elizabeth Vair; Assistant Editor, Carolyn E. Fasel; Book Carolyn Spock, M. O. M. Henge, Elizabeth J. Vair, Darell Creel, Bob Parvin,
eview Editor, John Peterson; Production Assistant Joni Mundey Texas Archaeology Research Lab-UT, Texas Historical Commission, Texas
R e dr h eso s Parks and Wildlife Department, and the Center for Historic Resources-A&M.
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