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September 2006 Issue
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  • Mykawa | Minnetex TE Photos 9-7-06
  • Garrison Photo courtesy Ken Rudine 9-6-06
  • Hedley Photo courtesy Ken Rudine 9-6-06
  • TE Photos 9-2-06
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  • Stairtown
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    TEXAS GHOST TOWNS
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  • Lagarto TE photos 9-25-06
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    TEXAS FEATURES TEXAS TRIPS
    Special Features
  • Tulip Transplants To East Texas
    The Dutch Migration To Nederland, Texas, 1895-1915
    by W. T. Block Jr. 9-11-06
    To the East Texas of 1900, whose non-native population can be delineated as the overflow of the Anglo-Saxon Lower South, a Dutch colonization scheme must have appeared somewhat phenomenal. To the promoters, who were owners of Kansas City Southern Railroad, it was sound business...
  • To Cultivate Vine and Olive by C. F. Eckhardt 9-13-06
    "Texas under six flags." That's been around pretty much since who flung the chunk, and it's wrong. "Texas under sixty flags" might be closer to the truth, and even some of the six we claim never flew over Texas... One French flag we don't claim actually did fly over Texas...
  • Bolivar Peninsula: Scene of Slaving, Smuggling, Filibustering and Farms by W. T. Block Jr. 9-4-06
    Very few areas of Texas can claim a longer time span of written history than can that thirty-mile sliver of sand known as Bolivar Peninsula...
  • The Lee House, Fort Ringgold 9-16-06
  • Texas Trees
  • The Rio Frio Landmark Oak, Rio Frio 9-15-06
  • TEXAS ARCHITECTURE IMAGES > Over 11,000 Images
    Barclay Gibson's "Steeple Chase":
  • Unpainted Churches of Texas - Series 1 9-15-06
  • Billy Smith Texas Theater Photo Collection
  • Series Six 9-8-06
  • Series Seven 9-8-06
  • Series Eight 9-8-06
  • More images from contributors: Granbury | Pecos | Denison |
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    COLUMNS

    HISTORICAL REGIONAL TOPICAL COLUMNS

    Archie P. McDonald "All Things Historical" Syndicated weekly in 40 newspapers
    New London School Explosion 9-25-06
    America's Team 9-11-06
    Guinn Big Boy Williams 8-28-06
    Bob Bowman "All Things Historical" Syndicated weekly in 40 newspapers
    Granny's Neck 9-18-06
    The War Protest 9-4-06
    W. T. Block Jr. "Cannonball's Tales" Weekly
    Rev. John August Tubbe, An Immigrant Farmer, Sawmiller, and Preacher
    9-25-06
    The Tale of Hardin County's Wild Family 9-18-06
    Tulip Transplants To East Texas
    The Dutch Migration To Nederland, Texas, 1895-1915
    9-11-06
    Bolivar Peninsula: Scene of Slaving, Smuggling, Filibustering and Farms 9-4-06
    Murray Montgomery "Lone Star Diary" Monthly. Syndicated in 5 newspapers
    The Demise of Bad Man Buckley 9-1-06
    C. F. Eckhardt "Charley Eckhardt's Texas " Weekly
    Stampede Mesa 9-27-06
    The Devilin' of Old John 9-20-06
    To Cultivate Vine and Olive 9-13-06
    How the Texas Rangers Helped Win WWII 9-6-06
    Cowboy Life on a Small Spread 8-30-06

    Mike Cox "Texas Tales" Syndicated weekly in 7 newspapers
    Withers 9-28-06
    Rural Mail Routes 9-21-06

    Moody House 9-14-06
    Thurber Booze 9-7-06
    Mother 8-30-06

    Delbert Trew "It's All Trew" Weekly. Amarillo Globe News
    Book about old-time expressions evokes story 9-26-06
    Dirt-moving methods improve through years 9-19-06
    Chance chats solve history's mysteries 9-13-06
    Texas weather always unpredictable 9-5-06
    What a smoker smokes can reveal personality 8-29-06
    Clay Coppedge "Letters from Central Texas" Biweekly
    A Classic Walk on The Wild Side 9-21-06
    Sam Bass: The Not So Merry Bandit 9-13-06
    Louise George "History by George" Monthly
    Every Sunday Morning
    Dorothy Hamm "Words and Music" Monthly
    A Caribbean Escape 9-13-06
    HUMOR OPINION COLUMNS
    Maggie Van Ostrand "A Balloon in Cactus" National Syndicated Columnist
    True Confessions 9-13-06
    Women of the News 9-7-06
    Pluto 9-1-06
    Peary Perry "Letters From North America" Syndicated weekly in 80 newspapers
    The Same Old Face 9-28-06
    Changes 9-14-06
    Cowboys, Pirates, and Robin Hood 9-7-06
    Elizabeth Bussey Sowdal "The Girl Detective's Theory of Everything" Biweekly
    Faith Triumphant 9-11-06
    MEMOIRS
    George Lester Spunky Flat and Beyond Biweekly
    The Little House Outback 9-14-06
    The Vision 9-1-06
    N. Ray Maxie "Rambling Ray" Ark-La-Tex Biweekly
    Fine Fishing on Frazier's Creek 9-14-06
    Hurricane Winds Stripped Decal From Patrol Car Door 9-1-06
    CARTOONS EDITOR GUESTS
    Roger T. Moore
    9-6-06 9-13-06 9-19-06 9-26-06
    Editor & Guest Columnists "They shoe horses, don't they?"
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    August 2006



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