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The Built Environment in South Texas: The Hispanic Legacy

Description: Paper describing important components of the built environment of south Texas that still remained at the time of publication, providing a historical background for said components, and exploring their social context.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Mexican-American Folklore

Description: Paper discussing Mexican-American folklore, including architecture, slang, traditions, verbal arts, religion, folk narratives, folk music, folk medicine, rites of passage, material culture, folk art, and foodways.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Mexican-American Traditional Foodways at La Junta

Description: Paper discussing Mexican-American foodways in the La Junta area of Big Bend and considering their relation to the physical and sociocultural environments of the area.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Mexican Folk Toys: The World Writ Small

Description: Paper discussing Mexican folk toys, including the function of toys, toys intended for boys, toys intended for girls, toy materials, and miniatures.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

From Ranch to Agribusiness: 1930-Present

Description: Paper discussing the evolution of South Texas ranching culture from 1930 to the time of publication.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Gender Roles in the Mexican-American Folk Medical System of South Texas

Description: Paper discussing the gender roles in the folk medical system of Mexican Americans in South Texas, as well as a historical perspective of the folk medical beliefs of Mexican Americans in this region.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Herbal Remedies: Do They Really Work? A Research Project in South Texas

Description: Paper discussing which herbal remedies used in folk medicine "are biomedicines, which are placebos, and which are toxins by evaluating a large collection of herbal remedies used by Hispanics in South Texas and northern Tamaulipas, Mexico."
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

The Hispanic Heritage of Ranching in South Texas

Description: Paper discussing the evolution of south Texas ranching culture through the influence of Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo culture over different time periods.
Date: May 30, 1992
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

La Llorona

Description: Paper discussing the origins and different forms of the legend of La Llorona, a ghostly woman figure of folk tales.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

The Empowerment of Women in the Fidencista Movement

Description: Paper discussing the significant roles of women in the Fidencista movement and why they have assumed such important roles in it. Additionally, a brief history of the movement as a whole is provided.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Conjunto Music

Description: Paper discussing a brief history of conjunto folk music in south Texas and its role in the folk culture of the area.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Corridos

Description: Paper discussing a the history of corridos, a type of Mexican-American folk ballads, as well as their evolution over time.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Cortez, Gregorio (1875-1916)

Description: Paper discussing the life of Gregorio Cortez, a Mexican-American folk hero. His entire life, from birth until death, is covered.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Curanderos

Description: Paper discussing the role of curanderos in the Mexican-American community, as well as a brief history of curanderos and a comparison to other types of Mexican-American folk healers.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Tejano Saddlemakers: Aesthetics, Craftsmen, and Audience

Description: From Abstract: "This paper explores the role the audience plays in the saddlemaking craft of five Texas Mexican saddlemakers in the Running W Saddle Shop of the King Ranch, in continuous operation since 1865."
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Texas-Mexican Material Culture in South Texas: Continuity and Change

Description: Paper discussing the evolution of Texas-Mexican material culture in south Texas by exploring "the built environment associated with the ranch, the folk arts and crafts associated with early ranching culture in the area, and traditional medicinal herbs still used in the area."
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

Our Ranching Heritage in South Texas

Description: Paper discussing the ranching heritage in Texas from a historical perspective.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville

The Spanish and Mexican Origins of Ranching in South Texas

Description: Paper discussing the Spanish and Mexican origins of south Texas ranching, which was later modified by Anglo culture into its modern form.
Date: unknown
Creator: Graham, Joe Stanley, 1940-1999
Partner: Texas A&M University Kingsville