Texas Heritage, Winter 1985 Page: 3
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On The Cover...
Pine Forests of East Texas, in the area known as "The Big Thicket." Virgin stands of long-leaf pine are
no longer found, and the trees in this photograph are larger than those grown in the area today. Circa
1880, Photo courtesy of John Henry Faulk with permission from Steven F. Austin State University.
News From Around the State 6
History: The El Paso Salt War of
"Go west, young man, there's salt in those
Exhibitions: "Creating Tomorrow's
The Architecture of John F. Staub:
Houston and the South 7
Sawdust Empire: The Texas Lumber
Texas: A Sesquicentennial
An interview with Henry Steinmann and John
Henry Faulk on Longleaf Pine and the timber
Texas Folklife Resources: Preserving
Texas' Folk Cultural Heritage 15
Texas Architectural Treasures
The numerous traditions within Texas' cultural
heritage have produced a multitude of building
forms that are uniquely distinct from one
Caring for Your Paintings 33
Caring for Historic Samplers
Two intensive reviews on the care and maintenance
of both paintings and samplers by two
Texas conservators. . .29
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