Heritage, Volume 12, Number 1, Winter 1994 Page: 3
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A PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS HISTORICAL FOUNDATION EST. 1954 WINTER 1994
VOLUME 12 NUMBER 1
FEATURES COVER BOOK REVIEWS
Black Cowboys and Ranchers
By Alvin G. Davis 10
Negro ranchers and cowboys in Texas
date back to the days of Coronado. Their
contributions to the history of ranching
in the state are significant, and their
legacies of land and cattle live on even
Archaeology Awareness Week
Set For April 9-16 12
Teachers, museums, libraries, and historical
commissions are encouraged to
plan now to celebrate Texas' rich cultural
and archaeological diversity. Information
packets are available from the
Texas Historical Commission.
An Excerpt of a Book
By Janice Woods Windle 14
Stories that she had heard all of her life
about her Texas ancestors were the basis
of this family history by El Paso author
Janice Woods Windle.
Historic Tour of
Texarkana Museums System
By Tina M. Veal 20
A donated building was the start more
than 14 years ago of a museum system
that now includes three outstanding
The Brown Ranch
A Family-Run Operation in
By Dr. Lawrence Clayton 6
Ranching is more than just a "way to
make a living" for many Texas families.
It offers a connection to the land and to
a very special part of their family history.
One such operation is the R.A. Brown
Ranch, which has prospered through
several generations of the Brown family.
ON THE COVER
A lone cowboy rides the range and herds cattle
at a ranch near Marathon in the Big Bend
country of Texas. Photograph by James H.
The Magic of Blood
By Dagoberto Gilb
Folklore and Culture on the
By Americo Paredes
The Tiguas: Pueblo Indians
By Bill Wright
UT Libraries Schedule
Two Spring Exhibitions
Foundation Awards Grant to
San Saba Mission Project
THF Accepting Nominations
For Preservation Awards
THF Annual Meeting To Be
Held in April in San Angelo
Foundation Grant Provides
Momentum For Fort Davis'
Overland Trail Museum
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EDITORIAL STAFF James H. Evans, John B. Meadows, Norman Film Manufacturing
Editor, Gene Krane, Book Review Editor, John Peterson Company, Overland Trail Museum, Office of the State Archaeologist
CONTRIBUTORS at the Texas Historical Commission, John Peterson, Tina M. Veal,
The R. A. Brown Family, Dr. Lawrence Clayton, Alvin G. Davis, Janice Woods Windle
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