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The Texas State Historical Association

118th Annual Meeting

March 68, 2014 Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel

Annual Meeting Sponsors


Graduate Student Mixer Mastrapasqua Asset Management Presidential Reception Bud Light/Silver Eagle Distributors Presidential Banquet Bank of America Alamo Reception Alamo Beer Company Texas General Land Office Gold Fieldstone Partners Frost Bank Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Witte Museum Silver Randolph B. Mike Campbell Bronze Banks M. Smith Texas A&M University-Commerce Session Sponsors Albert Boo Hausser Dr. Dallas and Dr. Carrie Cothrum Gus and Karin Seligmann Margaret Lewis Furse NextAfter Patricia Benoit and Weldon Cannon San Antonio Conservation Society Foundation Society for Military History Texas General Land Office Archives and Records Texas General Land Officess Save Texas History Program University of North Texas History Department

The Association is grateful for the ongoing support of the University of North Texas.

Exhibitors
Abigail Press Adobe Book Collection Chiricahua Book Company Cradleboard Ranch Crinkstuff Galvan Creek Postcards Heritage Auction Galleries Hill College Press Institute of Texan Cultures Lawrence T. Jones Michael Heaston Rare Books & Manuscripts Old West Books Quinn & Davis Booksellers Silpada Designs Southern Methodist University William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies Stockyards Station Synnott Books Texas A&M University Press Texas Catholic Historical Society Texas General Land Office Texas Star Books Texas Tech University Texas Tejano The History Press The Wright Collection Trinity University Press University of New Mexico Press University of Oklahoma Press University of Texas Press University of North Texas Libraries West Texas Historical Association William Allison Books

Credit for cover photo: Chili Queens at the Alamo, Julian Onderdonk. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

Welcome to the 118th Annual Meeting

his has been an eventful year in the life of the Texas State Historical Association, and now it is time for all of us to make plans to gather at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel for our 118th Annual Meeting. Thanks to a major new initiative funded by the Summerlee Foundation, TSHA membership is growing with each passing month. The TSHA Press has published several important new books this year, and the new Texas Almanac is hot off the press. Our innovative programs for teachers and students at all levels continue to ensure that the next generation of Texans will appreciate our states rich and unique history. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly remains the scholarly journal-of-record for Texas history. The Handbook of Texas Online continues to get bigger and better with the passage of time, and the latest Handbook spinoff, The Handbook of African American Texas, has just been published. If that were not enough, at the Annual Meeting we will be formally announcing what is surely the Associations worst-kept secret: the commencement of the public phase of our $10 million comprehensive fundraising campaign, A Future for Our Past. As this program goes to press, we are pleased to announce that we are already well beyond the $4 million mark on that campaign. As president, and as an academic member of our Association, I often field questions from members concerned that our many public-outreach programs and the fundraising efforts necessary to sustain them might dilute the scholarly core of our mission. A glance at this years program should lay any such concerns to rest. Forty-four sessions will explore virtually every topic and era of Texas history. Sessions on military, political, religious, legal, labor, medical, environmental, business, sports, and Borderlands history offer something for everyone. In keeping with the location for the meeting, no fewer than fourteen sessions focus on Spanish, Mexican, or Tejano history. Twelve sessions are devoted all or in part to womens historysurely a TSHA first. African American and Native American history are both the subjects of multiple sessions. And for the traditionalists among us, there are sessions on the Texas Revolution and Republic, the Mexican War, the Civil War, Reconstruction, the cattle industry, and LBJ. Joint sessions with a number of partner organizations round out our program. Special events begin at noon on Thursday, March 6, with the Women in Texas History Luncheon, where Elizabeth Hayes Turner will speak on Lion in the Texas House: The Political Performances of Senfronia Thompson, and the Liz Carpenter Award will be presented. On Thursday evening, the Presidential Reception at the Witte Museum will welcome incoming TSHA President John L. Nau III. On Friday at noon, the Fellows Luncheon/Awards Banquet will feature noted legal scholar Michael A. Olivas speaking on the topic, San Antonio and the Gulf Coast in the Post-WW II Latino Legal Imagination: Notes from an Accidental Historian. A highlight of this years meeting is a reception on Friday evening at the Alamo, hosted by Texas General Land Office. Afterwards, we will stroll across Alamo Plaza to the historic Menger Hotel for the Presidential Banquet where I will address the topic, Lyndons Granddaddy: Sam Johnson, Texas Populism, and the Improbable Roots of American Liberalism. 1

Throughout the meeting you can place bids in the Silent Auction, which includes private tours, rare books, maps, and unique objects. Publications by some of the regions leading publishers of history and from rare book dealers will be for sale in the exhibit hall. Special thanks go to the Program Committee chaired by Robert Wooster that put together an entertaining and enlightening program: Please note the generous contributions to the annual meeting by our sponsors, whose names are listed on the preceding page. Once again our TSHA staff has done an outstanding job in planning and executing the meeting. When you see them, please take the time to thank them. May you enjoy the meeting and come away with a renewed commitment to the study of Texas History. GREgg CANTRELL TSHA PREsIDENT 2013-2014

Travel Discounts and Directions


Hotel Reservations TSHA Annual Meeting guests wishing to stay at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel at a discounted event rate may make reservations online or by phone. For phone reservations call (866) 764-8536 and mention you are with TSHA. To make reservations online go to www.sawyn.com and use the group code 03026884TE. The group rate is $155.00 per night and will be available until February 3. Driving Directions From I-35 S, take exit 155C toward W Houston St/Commerce St. Turn left onto W Martin St. Continue onto W Pecan St/Rossy St. Continue to follow W Pecan St. The hotel will be on the left. Parking Options Hotel Garage self-parking fee $17 daily Valet Parking fee $28 daily These rates are for hotel guests and include unlimited in and out privileges. Off-site parking is available at numerous parking lots and garages in downtown San Antonio. Airport Shuttle From San Antonio International Airport (SAT): Go Airport Shuttle travels from 7:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. every 15 minutes for a fee of $18 one way to downtown hotels. Estimated taxi fare is $25 one way. The hotel does not provide shuttle service. Dining Options The Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel is located in downtown San Antonio and is within walking distances of many restaurants. See hotel concierge for list.

Dear TSHA Members and Friends,


ts November as I write. The days are shorter and colder; the semester is coming to a close; and the holidays loom. Already I am looking forward to spring and especially the Associations Annual Meeting in San Antonio, where the Texas history faithful will gather during its high holy days. There is nothing like a TSHA Annual Meeting for seeing old friends and for being energized and inspired by the latest work being done in the field. I am expecting this meetingwith receptions at the Witte Museum and the Alamo, the Presidential Banquet being held in the ballroom of the historic Menger hotel, and the conference headquarters on the beautiful Riverwalkto be one of the best ever. The range and quality of the scholarship reflected in this program is a testament to the vitality of the study of Texas history and the commitment of our members. In order for Texas history to remain a dynamic and active discipline, scholars who work in the field must have venues for presenting their research and findings and for communicating and collaborating. This is how the discipline moves forward and how the history of our state evolves, and this is what the TSHA Annual Meeting has provided for more than a century. I want to thank President Gregg Cantrell, the Associations Board of Directors, and the administrators of the University of North Texas for all that they do to ensure that this organization continues to thrive and provide a scholarly foundation for the extraordinary heritage that we share and that we have devoted a our lives to preserving and perpetuating. See you in San Antonio. WITh TEXAs PRIDE, J. KENT CALDER EXEcUTIVE DIREcTOR The Association is grateful to the Local Arrangements Committee and the Program Committee for their commitment and assistance with putting together a great Annual Meeting.
Mary Margaret McAllen Amberson, Chair Patrick Butler Albert Boo Hausser

Local Arrangements Committee

Marise McDermott John Miller Morris Dianne Garrett Powell Rudi Rodriguez

Robert Wooster, Chair Stephen Bogener Jessica Brannon-Wranosky Albert Broussard Michael Collins

Program Committee

Glen Sample Ely Sam Haynes Ana Martinez Wesley Phelps Raul Ramos

Meeting Room Floor Plans


Second Floor Directors Room 2 Preconvene Area Texas Ballroom

Third Floor Boardroom Executive Salon 1 Executive Salon 2 Executive Salon 3 Executive Salon 4 Executive Salon 5 San Antonio Ballroom

*Board of Directors, Finance, Development, and Education Committee Meetings will take place in the Lone Star Room on the first floor.

Hotel Directory
Annual Meeting Registration Book Exhibitors Preconvene Area Thursday Friday Saturday Thursday Friday Saturday Thursday Friday Saturday 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Texas Ballroom

Sessions

Executive Salon 1 Executive Salon 2 Executive Salon 3 Executive Salon 4 Executive Salon 5 Directors Room 2 Texas Ballroom Texas Ballroom Texas Ballroom San Antonio Ballroom

Silent Auction: - Bidding - Bidding - Check-out Business Meeting

Thursday Friday Saturday Friday

10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 4:45 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:45 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

Banquets and Events


Women in Texas History Luncheon, San Antonio Ballroom, Third Floor, Thursday, 12:00 p.m., Tickets are $30. Graduate Student Mixer, San Antonio Ballroom, Third Floor, Thursday, 5:00 p.m., Tickets are complimentary for graduate students and TSHA Fellows. Presidential Reception, Witte Museum, Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Tickets are $25. (Includes transportation.) Book Lovers and Texana Collectors Breakfast, San Antonio Ballroom, Third Floor, Friday, 7:30 a.m., Tickets are $25. Fellows Luncheon and Presentation of Awards, San Antonio Ballroom, Third Floor, Friday, 12:00 p.m., Tickets are $30. Texas Independence Relay Reception, San Antonio Ballroom, Third Floor, Friday, 3:45 p.m. Alamo Reception and Presidential Banquet, the Alamo and Menger Hotel, Friday, 6:00 p.m., Tickets are $50. (Includes transportation.)
*Individual Alamo tickets are available for $15. See registration form.

Thursday, March 6
REGISTrATION OPENS 8:00 a.m. SECOND FLOOr Registration will remain open until 4:00 p.m. SESSION 1 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 The Army Comes to Texas, Richard McCaslin presiding, University of North Texas Border Control Over the Long Haul: Patterns of Military Reaction to Filibustering to and from Texas, 1804-1860, Samuel Watson, United States Military Academy at West Point The Union Armys XXV Corps on the Rio Grande, William A. Dobak, Hyattsville, Maryland Disdain and Discrimination: Army Officers Wives in Reconstruction Texas, Verity McInnis, Texas A&M University Session sponsored by Texas General Land Offices Save Texas History Program. SESSION 2 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Frontier Faith and Function, Eddie Weller presiding, San Jacinto College Miracles, Ministrys Medicine: Seventh-day Adventists Launch a Flagship, Patricia Benoit, Independent Scholar, Temple Cumberland Presbyterians: Underappreciated Pioneers, Weldon Cannon, Temple College Church Discipline among Texas Baptists, Samuel Tullock, Collin College Session sponsored by NextAfter.

Thursday, March 6
SESSION 3 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 Death, Destruction, and Development: The Rio Grande and the Texas-Mexico Borderlands, Alicia Dewey presiding, Biola University Saints, Smallpox, and Smuggling: The Transnational Deaths of Helen and Abraham Woodruff, Jared Tamez, University of Texas at El Paso Contested Oasis: Agriculture and the El Paso River Valley Borderlands, 1848-1959, Diego Casillas, Southern Methodist University Mexicans, Americans, and the Transnational Destruction of the Lower Rio Grande, 1900-1950, Tim Bowman, West Texas A&M University Commentator: Alicia Dewey, Biola University

Hauling Water. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

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Thursday, March 6
SESSION 4 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Women, Saints, and the War Machine: Labor & Gender in Twentieth-Century Texas, Sean P. Cunningham presiding, Texas Tech University The Benito Jurez Squadron: Reconceptualizing Diplomacy and Pan-Americanism, Valerie Martinez, University of Texas at Austin Brothers at Arms Length: How Mexican American Business Leaders Handled Labor after the Wagner Act, Laura Cannon, Texas Tech University Not a Pretty Saint: Teresa Urrea and the Portrayal of Race in the United States, Joshua Tracy, Texas Tech University SESSION 5 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 Business Ethics in Early Nineteenth-Century Texas, Sam Haynes presiding, University of Texas at Arlington Monroe Edwards and the Speculations of Texas, 1836-1842, Brian Luskey, West Virginia University Sterling C. Robertson, Texas Empresario: Liar or Lied To? Gerald Saxon, University of Texas at Arlington Commentator: Eric Schlereth, University of Texas at Dallas BOOK EXHIbITOrS 10:00 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Exhibit hall will remain open until 5:30 p.m. SILENT AUCTION 10:00 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Silent Auction viewing and bidding will remain open until 5:30 p.m. Please check in at the Silent Auction table to receive a bidder number.

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Thursday, March 6
PUbLICATIONS WOrKSHOP 10:30 a.m. BOArDrOOM Publications Workshop, Randolph B. Mike Campbell presiding, Texas State Historical Association Chief Historian SESSION 6 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Texas Women/American Women: A Historiographical and Narrative History, Paula Mitchell Marks presiding, Saint Edwards University Panelists Stephanie Cole, University of Texas at Arlington; Rebecca Sharpless, Texas Christian University; Elizabeth Hayes Turner, University of North Texas Session sponsored by Patricia Benoit and Weldon Cannon. SESSION 7 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 On Slaverys Frontier: Court Cases, Cattlemen, and Planter Women, Andrew J. Torget presiding, University of North Texas Black Women in Civil War Texas Courts, Linda Sybert Hudson, Independent Scholar, Georgetown Southern Roots, Western Foundations: The Peculiar Institution, Cattle, and the Northwestern Frontier, Debbie Liles, University of North Texas Planter Women and the War: Change or Continuity in Agency and Economic Status? R. Nicholas Nelson, Lord Fairfax Community College Session sponsored by University of North Texas History Department.

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Thursday, March 6
SESSION 8 10:30 a.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 Texas Labor History, Bruce Glasrud presiding, Independent Scholar, San Antonio Texas Labor Historiography, James Maroney, Independent Scholar, Baytown Black and White Labor in Antebellum Galveston, Robert Shelton, Cleveland State University Humble Oil Companys Employees Federation, 1942-1943, Michael Botson, Houston Community College SESSION 9 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 President Lyndon Johnson and the 1964 Civil Rights Act: A Roundtable Discussion, David Cullen presiding, Collin College Panelists Merline Pitre, Texas Southern University; Brian Behnken, Iowa State University; Randall Woods, University of Arkansas; Jason Sokol, University of New Hampshire; Mitchell Lerner, Ohio State University Session sponsored by Gus and Karin Seligmann. SESSION 10 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 Interpreting the La Belle Shipwreck at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, David Denney presiding, Bullock Texas State History Museum Interpreting La Belle to Globalize the Early Texas Story, Frank de la Teja, Texas State University Interpreting La Belle to Convey Native Power in Early Texas, Juliana Barr, University of Florida Commentator: Jim Bruseth, Texas Historical Commission Session sponsored by Margaret Lewis Furse.

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Thursday, March 6
SESSION 11 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Preserving and Creating Spaces: Texas Chicana/o Activism during the Seventies, Jerry Gonzalez presiding, University of Texas at San Antonio Colegio Jacinto Trevio: An Alternative Institution of Higher Education, Carlos Cantu, University of Houston El Barrio No Se Vende!: Community Activism Amidst Urban Renewal and Highway Construction in El Paso, Texas, Sandra Enrquez, University of Houston Education is Liberation: Texas Chicanas in the Fight for Education Reform, Samantha Rodriguez, University of Houston WOMEN IN TEXAS HISTOrY LUNCHEON 12:00 p.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Women in Texas History Luncheon, Gregg Cantrell presiding, Texas State Historical Association President Lion in the Texas House: The Political Performances of Senfronia Thompson, Elizabeth Hayes Turner, University of North Texas Presentation of the Liz Carpenter Award for Research in the History of Women Tickets are $30 each and must be purchased prior to February 22. SESSION 12 2:00 p.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 Womans Suffrage & Racial Ambiguity in Progressive-Era Texas, Mary L. Knarr presiding, Independent Scholar, Fort Worth Progress in a Conservative State: Womans Suffrage in Texas, 1900-1920, Sharon Michelle Courmier, Lamar University Texas as a Safe Haven & the Dangers of Racial Ambiguity for Italian Immigrants, Cassandre Durso, Lamar University Commentator: Mary L. Knarr, Independent Scholar, Fort Worth

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Thursday, March 6
SESSION 13 2:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 Three Texas Unionists Confront Secession: An Exploration of Unionism in 1860-1861, Walter Buenger presiding, Texas A&M University Exploring Texas Unionism through the Eyes of James W. Throckmorton, Kenneth Howell, Prairie View A&M University Bring Our Glorious Flag Triumphantly Back into Texas, David J. Gerleman, The Papers of Abraham Lincoln Judge Edmund J. Davis in the Secession Crisis: A Question of Loyalties, Carl Moneyhon, University of Arkansas at Little Rock SESSION 14 2:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 The Use and Misuse of Land Law in Nineteenth-Century Texas, Caroline Castillo Crimm presiding, Independent Scholar, Huntsville European Immigrants on Mexican Lands: The Veramendi Case, Julia Brookins, University of Chicago Land Companies and Texas Independence: The Courtroom Struggle for Title, Kyle Carpenter, Tarrant County Community College Vigilante Raids: Violence, Discrimination, and Land Dispossession against Tejanos in the 1870s, Andres Tijerina, Austin Community College SESSION 15 2:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Tejanos Life and Leadership in Texas, Trinidad Gonzales presiding, South Texas College Angel Navarro, Texas Lawyer, Legislator, and Leader, Larry Knight, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Ponte el Guante! Baseball on the Rio Grande: Identity, Race and Nation, Alberto Rodriguez, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Mujeres y Sus Derechos: Tejanas in the Court, Cassandra Rincones, Texas A&M University 15

Thursday, March 6
SESSION 16 2:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 JOINT SEssION wITh TEXAs TEjANO The Beginning of Tejas, Rudi Rodriguez presiding, Texas Tejano Discovery, Exploration, and Settlement, Flix D. Almarz Jr., Bexar County Historical Commission Tejano Families and Ranches, Robert H. Thonhoff, Independent Historian, San Antonio Gone to Tejas: The Forgotten Capital of Los Adaes in Spanish Texas at the End of the Camino Real, Francis X. Galan, University of Texas at San Antonio SESSION 17 2:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Historic Preservation in Texas, Early Efforts to Recent Realities, Maria Watson Pfeiffer presiding, Independent Scholar, San Antonio The Origins of Historic Preservation in Texas, Patrick H. Butler III, Independent Scholar, San Antonio Texas Has Been Asleep at the Switch: Ima Hogg and the Historic Preservation Movement in Texas, 1950-1975, Lonn Taylor, Independent Scholar, Fort Davis The Great Texas Building Hunt: Dallass Old City Park and the Preservation of Texas Vernacular Architecture, Evelyn Montgomery, Dallas Heritage Village Session sponsored by the San Antonio Conservation Society Foundation. HANDbOOK Of MEXICAN AMErICAN TEXAS WOrKSHOP 4:00 p.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 Handbook of Mexican American Texas Workshop, Dr. Emilio Zamora presiding, University of Texas at Austin The Handbook of Mexican American Texas is a new spin off project for the Handbook of Texas Online comparable to the recently released Handbook of African American Texas and Handbook of Civil War Texas. All interested persons are invited to meet with project director Dr. Emilio Zamora to discuss the project in general and specific entries and potential authors. 16

Thursday, March 6
GrADUATE STUDENT MIXEr 5:00 p.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Invitations are extended to all graduate students and all TSHA Fellows. Drinks and light appetizers will be served. There is no charge for the event, but those wishing to attend must pre-register prior to February 22. This is a great opportunity for networking. Graduate Student Mixer is sponsored by Mastrapasqua Asset Management. PrESIDENTIAL RECEPTION 6:30 p.m. WITTE MUSEUM 3801 BrOADwAY STrEET Presidential Reception to Welcome Incoming 2014 President John L. Nau III. Enjoy a beautiful evening at the Witte Museum and help welcome incoming president John L. Nau III. Guests will have the opportunity to tour the museum including the South Texas Heritage Center and exhibits featuring the works of Julian Onderdonk and the tragic lives of Maximilion and Carlotta. Heavy hors doeuvres, beer, and wine will be served. Tickets are $25. Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from the hotel at 5:45 p.m. Tickets must be purchased prior to February 22. Presidential Reception is sponsored by Bud Light/Silver Eagle Distributors.

Tamale Vendor, Laredo Street, San Antonio, Theodore Gentilz, Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

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Friday, March 7

Crockett Street Looking West, Hermann Lungkwitz. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

REGISTrATION OPENS 7:00 a.m. SECOND FLOOr Registration will remain open until 3:00 p.m. BOOK LOVErS AND TEXANA COLLECTOrS BrEAKfAST 7:30 a.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Book Lovers and Texana Collectors Breakfast, Gregg Cantrell presiding, Texas State Historical Association President Progress Report of a San Antonio Collector, Bill Fisher, Private Collector, San Antonio Tickets are $25 each and must be purchased prior to February 22. BOOK EXHIbITOrS 8:00 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Exhibit hall will remain open until 5:30 p.m. SILENT AUCTION 8:00 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Silent Auction Viewing and Bidding will be open until 4:45 p.m. Please check in at the Silent Auction table to receive a bidder number and catalog. 18

Friday, March 7
SESSION 18 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 JOINT SEssION wITh TEXAs CAThOLIc HIsTORIcAL SOcIETY Along the Rio Grande: Twentieth-Century Missions of Three Religious Communities, Thomas Jodziewicz presiding, University of Dallas Observant Franciscans and Rio Grande Pueblo Indians in the Twentieth-Century, Jack Clark Robinson, Academy of American Franciscan History Conventual Franciscans of Southern New Mexico in the Twentieth-Century, Valentine Jankowski, Our Lady of Consolation Province Oblate Missions of the Texas Rio Grande, Robert Wright, Oblate School of Theology SESSION 19 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 The Army and the Indians in Texas and the Southwest, Jerry Thompson presiding, Texas A&M International University A Scourge and a Hardy Frontier: Kickapoo Indians and the U.S. Army in Texas, 18701873, Catharine R. Franklin, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Victorio vs. Grierson, July-August 1880, Robert N. Watt, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Commentator: COL (Ret.) Thomas Ty Smith, U.S. Army Session sponsored by Society for Military History SESSION 20 9:00 a.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 Texas Religious History at the Local Level, Terry D. Bilhartz presiding, Sam Houston State University The Newport Union Church: Crossing Denominational, Community, and County Lines, Scott M. Langston, Texas Christian University Grassroots Righteousness: Calvert District Methodists and the Allure of Moral Politics, Joseph Locke, The University of Texas-Pan American Commentator: Terry D. Bilhartz, Sam Houston State University 19

Friday, March 7
SESSION 21 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Identity and Conflict along the Border, Jose Angel Hernandez presiding, University of Massachusetts Amherst Home Guard: State-Sponsored Vigilantism and Violence in Texas, Miguel Levario, Texas Tech University Cinco de Mayo along the Rio Grande: Fronterizos Defend Mexico against Foreign Invasion, 1862-1867, Teresa Van Hoy, Saint Marys University The Porfirista Press and the Mexican Revolution: Identity and the Politics of Representation, 1910-1920, Nancy Aguirre, The Citadel SESSION 22 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 Women Carving Public Space in Twentieth-Century Texas, Jean A. Stuntz presiding, West Texas A&M University Art and Beauty, Home and Duty: African-American Clubwomen Promoting the Fine Arts, Victoria H. Cummins, Austin College Well, Bless Your Heart! Rhetoric and Power in Texas Women During the Progressive Era, Patricia Ellen Gower and Emily J. Clark, University of Incarnate World Commentator: Shennette-Garrett-Scott, University of Mississppi Session sponsored by Texas A&M University-Commerce.

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Friday, March 7
SESSION 23 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 JOINT SEssION wITh TEXAs ARchEOLOgIcAL SOcIETY Recent Archeological Finds along the Upper San Antonio River Basin, Kay Hindes presiding, Office of Historic Preservation Summary of Archeological Finds along the Upper San Antonio River Basin, Matthew Colvin and Justin Blomquist, University of Texas at San Antonio, Center for Archeological Research The Implications that Recent Finds Have for Reconstruction of Hunter-Gatherer Mobility and Land-Use, Stephen Smith, University of Texas at San Antonio, Center for Archeological Research Experimental Archeology and the Search for Interpretations, Steve A. Tomka, University of Texas at San Antonio, Center for Archeological Research EDUCATION WOrKSHOP 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Education Workshop, Stephen Cure presiding, Texas State Historical Association Meet with Education staff and fellow classroom educators to discuss the latest TSHA resources for educators and get strategies from practitioners in the field. HANDbOOK Of TEXAS WOrKSHOP 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 Handbook of Texas Workshop, Texas State Historical Association staff presiding. Meet with Handbook editors to view the latest additions to the Handbook of Texas Online, discuss ideas for articles, and learn about new projects.

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Friday, March 7
SESSION 24 10:30 a.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 The University of Texas at San Antonio Retired Faculty Association History Project, Adrian Derral Cheatwood presiding, University of Texas at San Antonio Retired Faculty Association The Origins of the University of Texas at San Antonio, David R. Johnson, University of Texas at San Antonio Retired Faculty Association USTA Founding Faculty Oral History Project, Sarah Z. Gould, University of Texas at San Antonio Institute of Texan Cultures Photographic Evidence of Change in the Universitys Development, Marian L. Martinello, University of Texas at San Antonio Retired Faculty Association SESSION 25 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 JOINT SEssION wITh TEXAs BApTIsT HIsTORIcAL SOcIETY War! What is it good for? Texas Baptists Attitudes towards War, Michael E. Williams Sr. presiding, Dallas Baptist University Peace-weavers in Baptist Life, Karen Bullock, B.H. Carroll Theological Institute J. Frank Norris and War, Kelly Pigott, Hardin-Simmons University Commentator: Gwin Morris, Wayland Baptist University SESSION 26 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Race Relations in Early Twentieth-Century East Texas, William S. Bush presiding, Texas A&M University-San Antonio Behind the Pine Curtain: The First World War Experiences of African Americans from Walker County, Texas, Lila Rakoczy, Sam Houston State University Historian and Activist: Joseph Lynn Clark and the Texas Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, Sam Houston State University Commentator: William S. Bush, Texas A&M University-San Antonio 22

Friday, March 7
SESSION 27 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 Wealth, Language, and Land Speculation in the Anglo Colonization of Texas, 18001838, Kenneth Stevens presiding, Texas Christian University William Christy: Filibuster, Financier, and Forgotten Hero of the Texas Revolution, Jamie Christy, The Visions of the West Collection Estevan F. Austin: The Importance of the Spanish Language in the Colonization of Texas, Victoria Arbizu-Sabater, Rice University Planning the Anglo Capital of Texas: The New Washington Association, 1834-38, Andrew Gustafson, The Visions of the West Collection Session sponsored by Dr. Dallas and Dr. Carrie Cothrum.

Morning in the Market Place, Thomas Allen Jr. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

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Friday, March 7
FELLOwS LUNCHEON AND PrESENTATION Of AwArDS 12:00 p.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Fellows Luncheon and Presentation of Awards, Lynn Denton presiding, Texas State Historical Association Second Vice President Induction of new Fellows of the Texas State Historical Association. Presentation of the following awards: Mary Jon and J.P. Bryan Leadership in Education Award Kate Broocks Bates Award for Historical Research Coral H. Tullis Memorial Prize Ron Tyler Award for Best Illustrated Book on Texas History and Culture H. Bailey Carroll Award Al Lowman Memorial Prize Catarino and Evangelina Hernndez Research Fellowship in Latino History Mary M. Hughes Research Fellowship John H. Jenkins Research Fellowship in Texas History Cecilia Steinfeldt Fellowship for Research in the Arts and Material Culture Lawrence T. Jones III Research Fellowship in Civil War Texas History San Antonio and the Gulf Coast in the Post-WW II Latino Legal Imagination: Notes from an Accidental Historian, Michael A. Olivas, University of Houston Law Center Tickets are $30 each and must be purchased prior to February 22. BUSINESS MEETING 1:45 p.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Business Meeting of the Texas State Historical Association, Gregg Cantrell presiding, Texas State Historical Association President Reports of Executive Director, Chief Historian, and committee chairs. All members should attend. Door prizes will be given at the end of the meeting. You must be present to win. If you are a member, please check with the registration desk to pick up your red voting card. Non-members are welcome to attend.

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Friday, March 7
SESSION 28 2:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 Walter Prescott Webb Historical Society Annual Meeting and Chapter Reports, Amy Porter presiding, Texas A&M University-San Antonio SESSION 29 2:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Re-imagining Nineteenth-Century Texas, Ral A. Ramos presiding, University of Houston A World Not to Come: A History of Latino Writing and Print Culture, Ral Coronado, University of California, Berkeley River of Hope: Forging Identity and Nation on the Border, Omar Valerio-Jimnez, University of Iowa Commentator: Nicole Guidotti-Herman, University of Texas at Austin SESSION 30 2:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 JOINT SEssION wITh ThE SOcIETY OF SOUThwEsT ARchIVIsTs Viva Tejas: Spanish and Mexican Texas History Sources on the World Wide Web, Mark Lambert presiding, Texas General Land Office In English, Online, and For All: Expanding Access to Texas History through the Bexar Archives, Brenda Gunn, University of Texas at Austin That They May Possess and Enjoy the Land [Records Online]: The Spanish Collection of the Texas General Land Office, Jose Barragan, Texas General Land Office Kathryn Stoner OConnor Mexican Manuscript Collection at the UT San Antonio Libraries, Amy Rushing, University of Texas at San Antonio Session sponsored by the Texas General Land Office Archives and Records.

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Friday, March 7
SESSION 31 2:30 p.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 Guarding an Impulsive Mover: Lyndon Johnson, the Secret Service, and Life on the Ranch, Light Cummins presiding, Austin College The Johnson Ranch: A Historical and Tactical Overview, Kendra K. DeHart, Texas State University All the Sons Coming Home: Personal Reminiscences of Luci Johnson, Jennifer Cobb, Bullock Texas State History Museum Unlocking the Secrets of the Secret Service Command Post, Jennifer Paul, Texas State University

Comanche Chief, Theodore Gentilz. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

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Friday, March 7

Photo of San Jose Mission. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

SESSION 32 2:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 JOINT SEssION wITh ThE TEXAs SUpREME COURT HIsTORIcAL SOcIETY Murder and Mayhem on the Texas Supreme Court, Doug Alexander presiding, Alexander Dubose Jefferson & Townsend Family Matters: The Shocking Death of Justice Pierson, Gary Lavergne, University of Texas at Austin Election Hustle: The Flimflam, Fraud and Flight of Justice Yarbrough, Mark Davidson, Retired Judge, 11th District CourtHah Commentator: William Pugsley, Former Executive Director of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society Session sponsored by the State Bar of Texas.

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Friday, March 7
SESSION 33 2:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Spanish Lifeline to Travelers Delight: The Saga of San Antonios River, Irby Hightower presiding, Co-chair San Antonio River Oversight Committee Taming the San Antonio River, Fred N. Pfeiffer, P.E., Retired General Manager, San Antonio River Authority Tall Tales and True Origins of the River Walk, Lewis F. Fisher, Independent Scholar, San Antonio Commentator: Irby Hightower, Co-chair San Antonio River Oversight Committee Session sponsored by Albert Boo Hausser. TEXAS INDEPENDENCE RELAY RECEPTION 3:45 p.m. SAN ANTONIO BALLrOOM Join us for a free reception to celebrate the donors, friends, and runners who helped make TSHAs efforts a success. Meet the team, see a slideshow of their 2013 journey across 200 miles of Texas history, and learn more about the 2014 race. Texas Independence Relay Reception Sponsored by Randolph B. Mike Campbell, Lone Star Chair in Texas History, University of North Texas SILENT AUCTION CLOSES 4:45 p.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM The Silent Auction will close in sections with the first section closing at 4:45 p.m. The following sections will close in 10 minute increments. To participate in the Silent Auction, you must register and be issued a bidder number. Registration for the Silent Auction will be located in the Texas Ballroom. Silent Auction check out and item pick-up will take place Saturday morning between 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

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Friday March 7

Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

ALAMO RECEPTION AND PrESIDENTIAL BANQUET ALAMO RECEPTION 6:00 p.m. THE ALAMO 300 ALAMO PLAZA Spend a special evening at the historic Alamo with distinguished speakers from the Texas General Land Office. Enjoy hor doeuvres and beverages while you tour the grounds and visit with Alamo historians. Alamo Reception sponsored by Alamo Beer Company and Texas General Land Office. PrESIDENTIAL BANQUET 7:00 p.m. MENGEr HOTEL 204 ALAMO PLAZA Presidential Banquet to Honor 2013 President Gregg Cantrell, John L. Nau III presiding, Texas State Historical Association 2014 President Lyndons Granddaddy: Sam Johnson, Texas Populism, and the Improbable Roots of American Liberalism, Gregg Cantrell, Texas Christian University Tickets are $50 each and must be purchased prior to February 22.
*Individual Alamo tickets are available for $15. See registration form.

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Saturday, March 8
REGISTrATION OPENS 8:00 a.m. SECOND FLOOr Registration will remain open until 10:00 a.m. BOOK EXHIbITOrS 8:00 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Exhibit hall will remain open until 12:00 p.m. SILENT AUCTION CHECKOUT 8:30 a.m. TEXAS BALLrOOM Items may be picked up Saturday morning between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Items not claimed by 11:45 a.m. will be sold to the next highest bidder. SESSION 34 9:00 a.m. DIrECTOrS ROOM 2 The United States Army on the Texas-New Mexico Borderlands, George T. Daz presiding, Sam Houston State University Mexicos Defense of Chihuahua and the Critical Defeat at Temascalitos (Brazito), December 25, 1846, Harry Hewitt, Midwestern State University Ships of the Desert: Edward Fitzgerald Beale and the First Camel Expedition Across Texas, David Miller, Cameron University Commentator: Joseph G. Dawson, Texas A&M University

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Saturday, March 8
Session 35 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 The Spirit of the Lone Star State: Reexamining the Origins of Pentecostalism in Texas, Jonathan M. Bemis presiding, Southern Methodist University Reviving the City of Houston: The Origins of Pentecostalism in Texas, Blaine C. Hamilton, Rice University Rented Halls, Camp Meetings, and Canvas Cathedrals: The Assemblies of God in Texas, 1907-1920, Gary D. McElhany, Southwestern Assemblies of God University Commentator: Karen Kossie-Chernyshev, Texas Southern University SESSION 36 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 New Directions in Texas Radical and Political History, Jaime Aguila presiding, Arizona State University Nixon v. Condon, Grovey v. Townsend, and the Strange Career of Voting Rights in Texas, Derek Charles Catsam, University of Texas of the Permian Basin Race and War on the Border: The Army and the Plan of San Diego, 1915-1917, Thomas A. Bruscino Jr., United States Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies The Limits of Ideological Instruction: Coolidge and Equality in Light of Nixon v. Herndon, Stephen Tootle, College of the Sequoias SESSION 37 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 Border Crossings and Boundaries: How the Apaches Defied Geographical and Cultural Borders, Alan Gallay presiding, Texas Christian University Relocation and Resilience: Lipan Adaptation to Spanish Conquest in the Texas-Coahuila Borderlands, Matthew Babcock, University of North Texas at Dallas Apaches in Louisiana?: The Ebarb Communitys Connections, Robert B. Caldwell Jr., University of Texas at Arlington Texas Ranger: Marginalized in the Borderlands, Daniel Castro Romero Jr., University of Texas at El Paso 31

Meeting at a Glance

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Session Title Registration Opens The Army Comes to Texas Frontier Faith and Function Death, Destruction, and Development: The Rio Grande and the Texas-Mexico Borderlands Women, Saints, and the War Machine: Labor & Gender in Twentieth-Century Texas Business Ethics in Early Nineteenth-Century Texas Exhibit Hall Opens Silent Auction Opens Publications Workshop Texas Women/American Women: A Historiographical and Narrative History On Slaverys Frontier: Court Cases, Cattlemen, and Planter Women Texas Labor History President Lyndon Johnson and the 1964 Civil Rights Act: A Roundtable Discussion Interpreting the La Belle Shipwreck at the Bullock Texas State History Museum Preserving and Creating Spaces: Texas Chicana/o Activism during the Seventies Women in Texas History Luncheon Womans Suffrage & Racial Ambiguity in Progressive-Era Texas Three Texas Unionists Confront Secession: An Exploration of Unionism in 1860-1861 The Use and Misuse of Land Law in Nineteenth-Century Texas Tejanos Life and Leadership in Texas The Beginning of Tejas Historic Preservation in Texas, Early Efforts to Recent Realities Handbook of Mexican American Texas Workshop Graduate Student Mixer Presidential Reception

FRIDAY, MARCH 7

7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m.

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Registration Opens Book Lovers and Texana Collectors Breakfast Exhibit Hall Opens Silent Auction Opens Along the Rio Grande: Twentieth-Century Missions of Three Religious Communities The Army and the Indians in Texas and the Southwest

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Registration fee Subtotal REGISTRATION (*provides registration for all 3 days of meeting) for each person Presenter Registration* (Required for all presenters).............................................................45.00 _______________ Member Early Registration* (by February 3, 2014)...............................................................65.00 _______________ Member Late Registration* (after February 3, 2014).............................................................80.00 _______________ Non-member Early Registration* (by February 3, 2014).......................................................85.00 _______________ Non-member Late Registration* (after February 3, 2014).....................................................100.00 _______________ Guest Registration* (member or non-member)......................................................................35.00 _______________ K-12 Educator Registration*..................................................................................................25.00 _______________ Student Registration* COPY OF VALID STUDENT ID MUST BE ENCLOSED ..............20.00 _______________ One-day Registration (circle one) 3/06 3/07 3/08 ............................................................45.00 _______________ EVENTS (all events are optional and will be held at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk hotel unless otherwise noted) Thursday Women in Texas History Luncheon, Thursday 12:00 noon....................................................30.00 _______________ Graduate Student Mixer, Thursday 5:00 p.m. (Students and Fellows only)...........................Complimentary _______________ Presidential Reception, Thursday 6:30 p.m.Witte Museum...................................................25.00 _______________

Friday Book Lovers & Texana Collectors Breakfast, Friday 7:30 a.m............................................25.00 _______________ Fellows Luncheon and Presentation of Awards, Friday 12:00 noon.......................................30.00 _______________ Texas Independence Relay Reception, Friday, 3:45 PM........................................................Complimentary _______________ Alamo Reception and Presidential Banquet, Friday 6:00 p.m. the Alamo and Menger Hotel (includes transportation).........................................................................................................50.00 _______________ Alamo Reception only, Friday 6:00 p.m the Alamo (includes transportation).........................................................................................................15.00 _______________

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Texas Religious History at the Local Level Identity and Conflict along the Border Women Carving Public Space in Twentieth-Century Texas Recent Archeological Finds along the Upper San Antonio River Basin Education Workshop Handbook of Texas Workshop The University of Texas at San Antonio Retired Faculty Association History Project War! What is good for? Texas Baptists Attitudes Towards War Race Relations in Early Twentieth-Century East Texas Wealth, Language, and Land Speculation in the Anglo Colonization of Texas, 1800-1838 Fellows Luncheon and Presentation of Awards Business Meeting Walter Prescott Webb Historical Society Annual Meeting and Chapter Reports Re-imagining Nineteenth-Century Texas Viva Tejas: Spanish and Mexican Texas History Sources on the World Wide Web Guarding an Impulsive Mover: Lyndon Johnson, the Secret Service, and Life on the Ranch Murder and Mayhem on the Texas Supreme Court Spanish Lifeline to Travelers Delight: The Saga of San Antonios River Texas Independence Relay Reception Silent Auction Closes Alamo Reception and Presidential Banquet

SATURDAY, MARCH 8

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Registration Opens Exhibit Hall Opens Silent Auction Checkout The United States Army on the Texas-New Mexico Borderlands The Spirit of the Lone Star State: Reexamining the Origins of Pentecostalism in Texas New Directions in Texas Radical and Political History Border Crossings and Boundaries: How the Apaches Defied Geographical and Cultural Borders Women in Civil War History Junior Historians of Texas: The First 75 Years History in Action: The College Classroom in 2014 and Presentation of the Annual C.M. Caldwell Memorial Awards New Perspectives on Reconstruction Violence against African Americans in Texas Hog Hunting, Life Lessons, and Bars: Folk Culture in Texas Civil Rights in Texas Education as a Community Service: Voices of Black Women Community Leaders Opportunities for New Types of Research Alliances in Texas History

Saturday, March 8
SESSION 38 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 Women in Civil War History, Angela Boswell presiding, Henderson State University They Call Us All Renegades in Tyler: Elite Confederate Refugees in Civil War Texas, Candice N. Shockley, Texas State University Treue Der Union: German Texan Women on the Civil War Homefront, Judith Dykes-Hoffmann, Texas Lutheran University Life Seemed So Easy and Bright: East Texas Women and the Red River Campaign, Amy Kirchenbauer, University of North Texas SESSION 39 9:00 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 Junior Historians of Texas: the First Seventy-Five Years, Stephen Cure moderating, Texas State Historical Association Director of Educational Services Enjoy the history of TSHAs eldest education program from a panel of alumni and former sponsors as they recount the accomplishments of the last seventy-five years. Learn how alumni can reconnect with the program and about plans for the Junior Historians 75th Annual Meeting and Diamond Jubilee. SESSION 40 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 2 History in Action: The College Classroom in 2014 and Presentation of the Annual C. M. Caldwell Memorial Awards, Stephen Cure presiding, Texas State Historical Association Galveston Bay: 1979 to 1981 Ethnic Conflict in a Small Texas Town, Austin Eldridge, Lee College The Baker Hotel: The Grand Old Lady of Mineral Wells, Kristen Martin, University of Houston-Clear Lake Texas Confederate Veteran Pensions: The Curious Cases of Guy and Dora Shaw of Harrison County, Randolph B. Mike Campbell, University of North Texas

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Saturday, March 8

J.P. Bryan awarded the first prize to Frances Preston, Boling High School, winner of the 1960 writing contest. Milton Waghalter assisted with the presentation.

SESSION 41 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 1 New Perspectives on Reconstruction Violence against African Americans in Texas, Donaly Brice presiding, Texas State Library and Archives Reconstruction Violence in the Lower Brazos Valley, John W. Gorman, Blinn College White Unionism, Black Radicalism, and Gray Retribution: Racial Violence in Northeast Texas during Reconstruction, Christopher B. Bean, East Central University Commentator: Donaly Brice, Texas State Library and Archives

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Saturday, March 8
SESSION 42 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 4 JOINT SEssION wITh ThE TEXAs FOLkLORE SOcIETY Hog Hunting, Life Lessons, and Bars: Folk Culture in Texas, Mary Margaret Campbell presiding, Texas Folklore Society Hunting Javelina Hogs in South Texas, James B. Kelly, Texas Folklore Society Pioneer Angel: Collin Countys Uncle Gus Wilson, Robert J. Duncan, Texas Folklore Society The Culture and Language of Bars, Taverns, Pubs, and other Drinking Establishments, Kenneth L. Untiedt, Texas Folklore Society SESSION 43 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 3 Civil Rights in Texas, Max Krochmal presiding, Texas Christian University Racism, Relocation, and Reinforcement: The Removal of an African American Community in Pre-Civil Rights Texas, Chelsea Stallings, University of North Texas African American Women and White Male Political Oligarchy: Entanglements of Civil Rights, Yvonne Frear, San Jacinto College Commentator: Max Krochmal, Texas Christian University SESSION 44 10:30 a.m. EXECUTIVE SALON 5 JOINT SEssION wITh ThE TEXAs ORAL HIsTORY AssOcIATION Education as a Community Service: Voices of Black Women Community Leaders, Lynn M. Burlbaw presiding, Texas A&M University Informal Education and Female Leadership: A Historical Study of the Life of Christia Daniels Adair, Linda J. Black, Stephen F. Austin State University The Truth is Powerful and it Prevails: The Life History of Rev. Bettie Kennedy, Anita McGee, Independent Scholar, Lufkin Commentator: Lynn M. Burlbaw, Texas A&M University 40

Saturday, March 8
SESSION 45 12:00 p.m. LONE STAr ROOM Opportunities for New Types of Research Alliances in Texas History, Martin Halbert presiding, University of North Texas Libraries Join the University of North Texas Dean of Libraries to discuss the planning for a project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will explore the design and implementation of vertically integrated research alliances comprising scholars, libraries, and scholarly presses, for the purpose of improving the sustainability of digital scholarship productions in Texas history.

Mother House of the Sisters of Divine Providence and Vicinity, Castroville, Texas. Courtesy of the Witte Museum.

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America Retold

John Moretta Michael Phillips Austin Allen Doug Cantrell

John Moretta Michael Phillips Keith J. Volanto


Edited by Keith Volanto & Michael Phillips

The American Challenge: A New History of the United States, published by Abigail Press, is a narrative history that combines the political with the social intellectual approaches to American history. The American Challenge provides students with a comprehensive overview and a clear understanding of concepts and theory. It is an excellent introductory text for majors and non-majors alike. Volume I includes the Discovery of America, Colonial history, War for Independence, Federalist Era, Jeffersonian Era, Early Republic, Jackson Presidency, Expansionism, Sectionalism, Civil War and Reconstruction. Volume II includes Reconstruction, Industrialization, Indian Expulsion and White Settlement, The Imperial Republic, Progressives, World War I, Roaring Twenties, The Depression and New Deal, World War II, Origins of the Cold War, Changes after World War II, Kennedy-Johnson Years, Vietnam, 1968, The 1960s Counterculture, Nixon-Ford-Carter, Reagan/ Bush Years, and Clinton/ Bush/Obama Years. For more information contact: www.abigailpress.com Abigail Press 2050 Middleton Drive Wheaton, IL 60189 630-690-4348

For a review copy e-mail phyllis@abigailpress.com

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Beyond Myths & Legends


Kenneth W. Howell Keith J. Volanto James M. Smallwood Charles D. Grear Jennifer S. Lawrence Beyond Myths and Legends: A Narrative History of Texas moves beyond the myths and legends that cloud our understanding of the past and presents a straightforward narrative history of Texas from the prehistoric era to the present. The focus is primarily on the cultural, social, and political history of the state but also includes economic and military history as well.

Texas Voices
Keith J. Volanto Texas Voices: Documents & Biographical Sketches contains ve primary source documents, three compact biographies, and photographs for each chapter. Selections cover earlier periods of Texas History such as Exploration, the Spanish Era, Mexican Texas, the Texas Revolution, the Texas Republic, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, but also provide a wealth of information on twentieth-century Texas topics including the Progressive Era, the 1920s, the Great Depression, World War II, the Civil Rights Movement, and Modern Texas Politics, Economics, and Culture.

phyllis@abigailpress.com.
For more information contact:

For a review copy e-mail

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Texas Government and Politics in the New Millennium


Virginia Stowitts-Traina
Governing institutions and public policy are a reection of Texass historical development, demographic patterns, cultural development, and even geographic considerations. These factors help one to fully grasp the meaning of the policy decision process, which impacts every government action. Virginia Stowitts-Traina is the Chairperson of the Social Sciences Department at Palo Alto College in San Antonio, Texas. She is past president of the Womens Political Caucus of Bexar County and serves as President of the San Antonio Chapter of the League of Women Voters.

The House Divided


Louise Mayo Charles D. Grear
The House Divided deals with the era of the Civil War and Reconstruction not only through discussions of political struggles and military conict but also describing the lives of ordinary people, men and women, black and white, through the antebellum era, the war, and Reconstruction. Special features include highlighted stories to involve student interest and a selection of primary sources. New material has been added on Texas and the Trans-Mississippi Theatre including Hispanics, Native Americans, and European immigrants.

For a review copy e-mail phyllis@abigailpress.com

For more information contact: www.abigailpress.com Abigail Press 2050 Middleton Drive Wheaton, IL 60189 630-690-4348

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New Releases
The Texas Legation Papers, 1836-1845
Kenneth R. Stevens A decades worth of documents from the Republic of Texas once thought lost, now published for the first time!

The Harness Makers Dream


Nick Kotz A sweeping epic of one Jewish family from the Ukraine and the making of modern Texas.

Tx my Tx ideas_Layout 1 10/14/13 10:54 AM Page 1

Texas People, Texas Places

More musings of The Rambling Boy

Lonn Taylor This follow-up to Texas, My Texas again explores the very best of Texas geography, Texas history, and Texas personalities.

foreword by Joe Nick Patoski

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Recollection of a Tejano Life

Antonio Menchaca in Texas History edited by timothy matovina and jess de la teja with the collaboration of justin poch 9 b&w photos $55.00 hardcover $55.00 e-book

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by kenny braun foreword by stephen harrigan 86 duotone photos $55.00 hardcover $55.00 e-book

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Recent Publications
CHARLES DICKENS: THE FIRST TWO HUNDRED YEARS. AN EXHIBITION FROM THE COLLECTION OF STEPHEN WEEKS (Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2012). 64 pp.; color illustrations; paper, $24.95. Descriptive
catalogue based on a private collection, shown for the first time at SMU for the Dickens bicentennial.

EdwinW.Moore, TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS: AN APPEAL IN VINDICATION OF HIS CONDUCT OF THE NAVY, ed. by Jonathan W. Jordan (Dallas: DeGolyer Library & William P. Clements Center, 2011). 203 pp.; plates. Cloth, $60. First printed in 1843;
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Jane Roberts Wood, SEVEN STORIES (Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2011). 124 pp. Cloth, $25. Short fiction
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Marshall Terry, LOVING U.: THE STORY OF A LOVE AFFAIR (AND SOME LOVERS QUARRELS) WITH A UNIVERSITY (Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2011). 185
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Everett C. Wilkie Jr., THE 1861 TEXAS PRINTINGS OF THE ORDINANCE OF SECESSION, A DECLARATION OF THE CAUSES, AND AN ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS: AN ILLUSTRATED DESCRIPTIVE PRINTING HISTORY COMMEMORATING THE SESQUICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR ADOPTION AND THE SECESSION OF TEXAS FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Dallas: Book Club of Texas, 2011). 69 pp.; col. plates.
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C.W. Smith, MEETING MISTER TINKLE (Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2011). 11 pp. Paper, $5. Remarks on his
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Darwin Payne, IN HONOR OF THE MUSTANGS: THE CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERISTY ATHLETICS, 1911-2010 (Dallas: DeGolyer Library & SMU Lettermens Association, 2010). 403 pp. Cloth, $45. The glory that was
Walker, the grandeur that was Rote. With over 300 photographs, selected by Gerry York.

Josefina Niggli, THE DEFEAT OF GRANDFATHER DEVIL: FROM THE TWELFTH-CENTURY SPANISH SHEPHERDS PLAY AS PERFORMED YEARLY AT PIEDRAS NEGRAS, COAHUILA, MEXICO, with illustrations by Artemio Rodriguez; edited and with an afterword by William M. Fisher (Dallas: Book Club of Texas, 2010). 40 pp. Paper, $45; cloth, $75;
semi-limp full vellum in box with signed print, $365. Previously unpublished nativity play, perfect for holiday reading or any other time!

FAREWELL: REMEMBERING HORTON FOOTE, 19162009 (Dallas: DeGolyer Library, 2011). 224 pp. Paper,
$15. Marion Castleberry and Susan Christenson present over 50 essays by Edward Albee, Ellen Burstyn, Robert Duval, Jean Stapleton, and many other writers, actors, and friends.

Paula Mitchell Marks, ed. WHEN WILL THE WEARY WAR BE OVER? THE CIVIL WAR LETTERS OF THE MAVERICK FAMILY OF SAN ANTONIO (Dallas: Book Club of Texas, 2008). 235 pp. Cloth, $50.
Mary Maverick had four sons in the Confederate army; extensive family correspondence documents their experiences.

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In the Governors Shadow
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The True Story of Ma and Pa Ferguson In 1915 Governor Pa Ferguson won the office based on his anti-Prohibition campaign. But his secrets ultimately led to his impeachment. He then launched a crusade to regain power by assisting his wife, Miriam, in a successful bid for the governorship. Hardcover $29.95.

Captain W. W. Withenburys 1838-1842 Red River Reminiscences


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Jacques Bagur has selected and annotated 39 letters describing three steamboat voyages on the upper Red River. Captain Withenbury was a master of character and incident, and his profiles include three signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Hardcover $32.95.

The Horrell Wars


D AV I D J O H N S O N

COMING June 2014

Feuding in Texas and New Mexico The Horrell brothers of Lampasas, Texas, have been portrayed as ruthless killers, but Johnson paints a different picture. Their initial confrontation with the State Police marked the most disastrous shootout in Reconstruction history. The brothers fled to New Mexico and became entangled in what would later evolve into the Lincoln County War. They then returned to Texas to the Horrell-Higgins War. Hardcover $24.95.

A Lawless Breed
CHUCK PARSONS

John Wesley Hardin, Texas Reconstruction, and Violence in the Wild West
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The meticulously researched biography of a premier Texas killer. Now available in paperback $19.95.

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ASSASSINATION AND COMMEMORATION


JFK, Dallas, and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza By Stephen Fagin
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Corporate Life Members* Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Ascendant Advisors Group Austin, Calvert & Flavin, Inc. Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson Jr. EnCap Investments, L.P. Energy Future Holdings Fieldstone Partners C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc Hidalgo, Banfill, Zlotnik & Kermali, PC Hirsch & Westheimer, P. C. KNA Partners Marathon Financial Insurance Company Mr. & Mrs. Peter ODonnell Jr. Margot & Ross Perot Ned S. Holmes Investments, Inc. Sydtran, L. P. Texas Historical Foundation TexasHistory.com Life Members* Mr. Joe C. Abel Mr. G. Hughes Abell Mr. Ward N. Adkins, Sr. Ms. Caroline R. Alexander Mr. Pierce M. Allman Dr. Flix D. Almarz Jr. Mr. Henry C. Armbruster Mrs. George W. Armstrong Mr. Thomas K. Armstrong Dr. Watson Arnold Mr. Earl M. Ayles Mr. Richard O. Baish Ms. A. Leslie Ballard Mr. James H. Barksdale Mr. Paul F. Barnhart Dr. Alwyn Barr Mrs. L. T. Barrow 62 Mr. Richard C. Bartlett Mr. Roger A. Bartlett Mr. Lee M. Bass Dr. Gretchen M. Bataille Mr. William H. Beasley, III Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beckham Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Beecherl Jr. Mr. Paul G. Bell Ms. Patricia K. Benoit Mr. Alfred Bishop Ms. Eliza H. Bishop Dr. Carlos K. Blanton Mr. Jack S. Blanton Sr. Mr. Robert L. Bobbitt Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jules Bohnn Mr. James C. Bourne Mr. Sam T. Bracken Mr. John B. Brent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brinkman Mr. Gordon Leigh Briscoe Mr. John C. Britt Mr. Darrel O. Brown Dr. Norman D. Brown Mr. J. P. Bryan Jr. Dr. Walter L. Buenger Mr. and Mrs. Jno. P. Butler Mrs. Marguerite W. Butler Dr. Patrick H. Butler, III Butler and Sons Books Mr. D. H. Byrd Mr. Frank Cahoon Mr. Curtis Calder Mr. Clifton Caldwell Mr. Lee Caldwell Ms. Shirley Caldwell Mrs. Sandra K. Calpakis Ms. Alison Campbell Dr. Weldon G. Cannon Dr. Gregg Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carey Ms. Margaret F. Carmichael Mr. J. S. Carroll Mr. Jefferson E. Carroll Ms. Deborah Carson Mr. John B. Carter Jr. Mrs. J. I. Cartwright Mrs. Karen Vick Cavazos Dr. William R. Childs Mr. George L. Clark Mr. Robert M. Clark Mr. James H. Clement, Jr. Ms. Molly C. Cline Mr. John Coates Mr. Robert P. Cochran Ms. Daye D. Collins Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collmer Ms. Carroll W. Conn Ms. Genevieve H. Coonly Mr. Joseph H. Coreth Mr. Carl Cornelius Mr. James M. Cotten Mrs. Susan E. Cotten Mr. John L. Cox Ms. Margaret Cox Mr. B. W. Crain Mr. James C. Crain Mr. John W. Crain Mr. F. Gene Crawford Ms. Jamie B. Creech Mr. Billy Bob Crim Dr. Caroline Castillo Crimm Ms. Donna G. Crow Mr. Harlan Crow Mr. Richard D. Culbertson Mr. Roy H. Cullen Mrs. Barbara F. Cummings Mr. John A. Cypher Jr. Mr. H. W. Davidson Mr. John M. Davis Jr. Mr. Glen Dawson Dr. Frank de la Teja Mrs. Marion W. DeFord Mr. Franklin W. Denius Mr. William A. Dennis Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dickinson Mr. Richard Donnelly, Sr. Mrs. J. Conrad Dunagan

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Future Annual Meetings

2015 Award and Fellowship Nominations The 119th Annual Meeting will be held March 57, 2015, in Corpus Christi, Texas, at the Omni Bayfront Hotel. Book award nominations are due October 11, 2014. Fellowship nominations are due December 31, 2014. More information can be found on our website www.TSHAonline.org. 2016 Call For Proposals The program committee is now calling for proposals for sessions and papers to be presented at the 120th Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas. A complete session proposal includes: a) session title; b) complete name, address, phone number, a one-page vita, and institutional affiliation (or hometown, in the case of lay historians) of the session chairman, paper presenters (either two or three), and commentator (for sessions with two paper presenters); c) titles of the two or three individual papers; and d) a brief summary of each paper. Proposals must be recieved by February 1, 2015. Download a program worksheet on our website at www.TSHAonline.org or contact Mike Campbell at mike@unt.edu.

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Name, Session Aguila, Jaime, 36 Aguirre, Nancy, 21 Alexander, Doug, 32 Almarz Jr., Flix D., 16 Arbizu-Sabater, Victoria, 27 Babcock, Matthew, 37 Barr, Juliana, 10 Barragan, Jose, 30 Bean, Christopher B., 41 Behnken, Brian, 9 Bemis, Jonathan M., 35 Benoit, Patricia, 2 Bilhartz, Terry D., 20 Black, Linda J., 44 Blomquist, Justin, 23 Boswell, Angela, 38 Botson, Michael, 8 Bowman, Tim, 3 Brice, Donaly, 41 Brookins, Julia, 14 Bruscino Jr., Thomas A., 36 Bruseth, Jim, 10 Buenger, Walter, 13 Bullock, Karen, 25 Burlbaw, Lynn M., 44 Bush, William S., 26 Butler, Patrick H., 17 Caldwell Jr., Robert B. , 37 Campbell, Mary Margaret, 42 Campbell, Randolph B. Mike, 40 Cannon, Laura, 4 Cannon, Weldon, 2 Cantu, Carlos, 11 Carpenter, Kyle, 14 Casillas, Diego, 3 Catsam, Derek Charles, 36 Cheatwood, Adrian Derral, 24 Christy, Jamie, 27 Clark, Emily J., 22 Cobb, Jennifer, 31 Cole, Stephanie, 6 Colvin, Matthew, 23 Coronado, Ral, 29 Courmier, Sharon Michelle, 12 Crimm, Caroline Castillo, 14 66 Cullen, David, 9 Cummins, Light, 31 Cummins, Victoria H., 22 Cunningham, Sean P., 4 Cure, Stephen, 40 Davidson, Mark, 32 Dawson, Joseph G., 34 De la Teja, Frank, 10 DeHart, Kendra K., 31 Denney, David, 10 Dewey, Alicia, 3 Daz, George T., 34 Dobak, William A., 1 Duncan, Robert J., 42 Durso, Cassandre, 12 Dykes-Hoffmann, Judith, 38 Eldridge, Austin, 40 Enrquez, Sandra, 11 Fisher, Lewis F., 33 Franklin, Catharine R., 19 Frear, Yvonne, 43 Galan, Francis X., 16 Gallay, Alan, 37 Garrett-Scott, Shennette, 22 Gerleman, David J., 13 Glasrud, Bruce, 8 Gonzales, Trinidad, 15 Gonzalez, Jerry, 11 Gorman, John W., 41 Gould, Sarah Z., 24 Gower, Patricia Ellen, 22 Guidotti-Herman, Nicole, 29 Gunn, Brenda, 30 Gustafson, Andrew, 27 Hamilton, Blaine C., 35 Haynes, Sam, 5 Hernandez, Jose Angel, 21 Hewitt, Harry, 34 Hightower, Irby, 33 Hindes, Kay, 23 Howell, Kenneth, 13 Hudson, Linda Sybert, 7 Jankowski, Valentine, 18 Jodziewicz, Thomas, 18 Johnson, David R., 24 Kelly, James B., 42 Kirchenbauer, Amy, 38

Knarr, Mary L., 12 Knight, Larry, 15 Kossie-Chernyshev, Karen, 35 Krochmal, Max, 43 Lambert, Mark, 30 Langston, Scott M., 20 Lavergne, Gary, 32 Lerner, Mitchell, 9 Levario, Miguel, 21 Liles, Debbie, 7 Littlejohn, Jeffrey L., 26 Locke, Joseph, 20 Luskey, Brian, 5 Marks, Paula Mitchell, 6 Maroney, James, 8 Martin, Kristen, 40 Martinello, Marian L., 24 Martinez, Valerie, 4 McCaslin, Richard, 1 McElhany, Gary D., 35 McGee, Anita, 44 McInnis, Verity, 1 Miller, David, 34 Moneyhon, Carl, 13 Montgomery, Evelyn, 17 Morris, Gwin, 25 Nelson, R. Nicholas, 7 Paul, Jennifer, 31 Pfeiffer, Fred N., 33 Pfeiffer, Maria Watson, 17 Pigott, Kelly, 25 Pitre, Merline, 9 Porter, Amy, 28 Pugsley, William, 32 Rakoczy, Lila, 26 Ramos, Ral A., 29 Rincones, Cassandra, 15

Robinson, Jack Clark, 18 Rodriguez, Alberto, 15 Rodriguez, Rudi, 16 Rodriguez, Samantha, 11 Romero Jr., Daniel Castro, 37 Rushing, Amy, 30 Saxon, Gerald, 5 Schlereth, Eric, 5 Sharpless, Rebecca, 6 Shelton, Robert, 8 Shockley, Candice N., 38 Smith, Thomas Ty, 19 Smith, Stephen, 23 Sokol, Jason, 9 Stallings, Chelsea, 43 Stevens, Kenneth, 27 Stuntz, Jean A., 22 Tamez, Jared, 3 Taylor, Lonn, 17 Thompson, Jerry, 19 Thonhoff, Robert H., 16 Tijerina, Andres, 14 Tomka, Steve A., 23 Tootle, Stephen, 36 Torget, Andrew J., 7 Tracy, Joshua, 4 Tullock, Samuel, 2 Turner, Elizabeth Hayes, 6 Untiedt, Kenneth L., 42 Valerio-Jimnez, Omar, 29 Van Hoy, Teresa, 21 Watson, Samuel, 1 Watt, Robert N., 19 Weller, Eddie, 2 Williams, Michael E., 25 Woods, Randall, 9 Wright, Robert, 18

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