Heritage, Volume 3, Number 4, Spring 1986 Page: 3
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VOLUME III NUMBER IV
J. P. Bryan, Jr.
Dr. Idris Traylor, Jr.
John Ben Shepperd
Mark L. Trowbridge
Production and Art Director
Elizabeth J. Vair
Darryl K. Roth
J. P. Bryan, Jr.
Dr. John Coffman
William Elton Green
J. B. Colson
Bobbi K. Studstill
HERITAGE magazine is published quarterly by
the Texas Historical Foundation, P.O. Box 12243,
Austin, Texas 78711-2243, (512) 472-6784.
Copyright January 1986. The 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
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Unsolicited articles not exceeding 5,000 words
will be accepted by a review committee for publication.
Those articles pertaining to Texas' heritage,
culture, and preservation activities will be
given highest priority. All manuscripts should be
typed and double-spaced and photos or artwork
accurately labled. All entries become the property
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of either documents or literature and photographs
or drawings from archival storage. Publication
dates are March 1, June 1, September 1, and December
1. Printing by the Whitley Company,
Austin. Typesetting support by the G&S Company,
HERITAGE * SPRING 86
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Flags of Texas; Handmade Replicas by Terry Nicholson
Texas Heroes by Lynn Ashby
Iron Rust on Old Yellow Paper by Ron Stone
Vince's Bridge by J. P. Bryan, Jr.
The First Texan's: Part I by Dr. John Coffman
Restoration on Congress Avenue by Melissa Gaskill
National Trust for Historic Preservation by Libby Barker
The Texas Nature Conservancy by Andy Sansom
Remembering the Alamo by William Elton Green
Lower Pecos River Indian Art by Roberta McGregor and Fred Valdez, Jr.
Texas by James A. Michener, review by Jon Holmes
Historic and Contemporary Texas by Stephen Harrigan and William A. Owens,
review by J. B. Coleman
Practical Western Training by Dave Jones, review by Richard Pearce-Moses
Maintenance and Display of Quilt Collections by Sara Wolf-Green
and Bobbi K. Studstill
ON THE COVER
The SAN JACINTO FLAG was the banner of Texans carried at one of the greatest turning points
in American history. In the 20 minute battle, 630 of the 1500 Mexicans were killed by the 743
attacking Texans, and Santa Anna was captured. Cover art courtesy of the Gallery of the Republic.
Cover design by Mark Trowbridge and Elizabeth Vair.
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