Heritage, Volume 2, Number 3, Summer 1985 Page: 3
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BOOK PROFILE 7
Frederick Remington: A Biography by
Peggy and Harold Samuels
History by Design: A primer on interpreting
and exhibiting community history by
The Uncensored John Henry Faulk: A
collection of stories, essays and folktales
by John Henry Faulk
The General Land Office: Preserving
Texas History Through Land Records by
Michael Q. Hooks, Ph.D.
The General Land Office is a state agency
with a history as long as that of independent
Texas itself. Established in December
1836 by the First Congress of the
Republic, the General Land Office was
initially assigned the responsibility of collecting
all records pertaining to the lands
of the Republic and verifying claims for
land titles issued by Spain and Mexico.
Preservation News From Around the
State: Included in this section are listings
for workshops and seminars/funding and
The Texas Heritage Celebration: History
in the Making by Ellen Tischler
Reminiscent of a good old-fashioned
county fair, Waterloo Park in old historic
Austin came to life on June 15 and 16,
1985 as thousands of Texans gathered to
celebrate their heritage.
ON THE COVER
The granting of land as reward for service in the
Revolution opened the door for many individuals
who participated in battle or were wounded.
Hendrick Arnold was awarded Donation Certificate
No. 711 for 640 acres of land for "having been at
Bexar between the fifth and tenth of December,
1835." This copy of an original document is courtesy
of the Archives and Records Division, General
Land Office, Austin, Texas.
Pages Out of Time.
torical Papers and
. .Preserving HisBooks
Everyone has some. piece of history
tucked away in an attic or drawer. Most of
the time these memories will be on paper,
a material we all take for granted. . .
HERITAGE magazine is published
quarterly by the Texas Historical Foundation,
P.O. Box 12243, Austin, Texas
78711, Copyright( October 1985.
The opinions expressed by contributing
authors do not necessarily reflect those of
the Texas Historical Foundation. The
Texas Historical Foundation is a private
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Unsolicited articles not exceeding 5,000
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pertaining to Texas' heritage, culture
and preservation activities and issues
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Publication dates: February 1, May 1,
August 1 and November 1. Advertising
rates can be found on page 2.
Editor in Chief: J.P. Bryan, Jr.
Editor: John Jenkins
Associate Editors: Dr. Idris Traylor, Jr.
John Ben Shepperd
Managing Editors: Mark Trowbridge
Production and Art Director: Elizabeth
Dr. Michael Q. Hooks
Printing by the Whitley
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