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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION EST 1954 SUMMER 87 $1.50
Georgetown: Preservation In
submitted by the Georgetown Heritage
Main Street Project proves that historic
preservation is good business.
The Republic of Porkdom
by Ellen N. Murry 26
The average frontier Texan dined on
"hog and hominy."
Symbols of Strength:
Cornerstones of Texas
by Williard B. Robinson 46
Cornerstones communicate special
Last Pioneers to East Texas
by Jack Alexander 42
Pilgrimage to Texas ends in "fertile"
When Old Homes Talk
by Justine D. Nygren 44
Contents of attic trunk lure us into the
La Junta's Devil
by Bob Parvin 48
Evil is on the loose at La Junta.
The Message in the Diary
by Richard B. Hughes 24
Captain Randolph Barnes Marcy and
his deputy George B. McClellan discover
the headwaters of the North Fork.
Quanah Parker: Leader of
by Bill Neeley 20
Last chief of the Comanches leads the
People along the most perilous road in
Texas Myths 37
edited by Robert O'Connor, review by
Respectful Rehabilitation: Answers to
Your Questions About Old Buildings 36
edited by Gretchen Smith, review by
Building the Lone Star: An Illustrated
Guide to Historic Sites 37
by T. Lindsay Baker, review by Richard
Received and Noted 38
History and Memories in
The Grove General StoreMuseum
by Mary Francis Beverley 16
W. J. Dube's general store was the heartbeat
of The Grove.
One of the earliest general stores in
The Grove was in a little wooden building
near the well. It was run by August
Schkade and W. J. Dube. When Schkade
died, Dube married his widow and in
1917 built a larger store with a brick-red
facade on the main road in the center of
town. For years the upstairs was used as a
doctor's office and later as a barber shop.
One comer inside the store was enclosed
to serve as the Planters State Bank,
which opened in 1917. Cover photo is by
A Cowboy's Cookbook
by T. L. "Bull" Bush
Texas Historical Foundation
Conferences, Seminars, and
Family Land Heritage: 100
Years in Agriculture 34
Austin Zones to Protect
Views of State Captiol
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation, Box 12243, Aus- tion. Those articles pertaining to Texas heritage, culture, and preservation activities will be given
tin, Texas 78711-2243, (512) 472-6784. ( 1987. The opinions expressed by contributing writers highest priority. All manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced and photos or artwork accudo
not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Historical Foundation. The Texas Historical Foundation rately labeled. All submissions become the property of the Texas Historical Foundation unless
is a private, nonprofit organization supported by membership dues, contributions, and grants. accompanied by a self-addressed envelope for return of either documents or literature and photoUnsolicited
articles not exceeding 3,000 words will be accepted by a review committee for publica- graphs or drawings from archival storage. Printing by the Whitley Company, Austin.
Editor-in-Chief, J. P. Bryan; Managing Editor, Mark L. Trowbridge; PHOTOGRAPHERS: Mary Francis Beverley, Robert Parvin, Williard B.
Assistant Editors, Richard Pearce-Moses, Book Reviews; Patricia L. Robinson, Erwin E. Smith, and Elizabeth J. Vair. CONTRIBUTING
Campbell, Articles; and Patricia E. Olvera, Cornerstone; Art Director, WRITERS: Jack Alexander, Mary Francis Beverley, Richard B. Hughes,
Elizabeth J. Vair; Production Assistants, Lisa Jones, Mark Longley; Ellen N. Murry, Bill Neeley, Justine D. Nygren, Bob Parvin, Williard B.
Advertising Director, Mary Ellen Graf; Advertising Assistants, Ed Robinson, and Jim Steely.
Godwin, Kathy Hepinstall.
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