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Todd Moore subject of Texas Senate Resolution #890 sponsored by Sen.
Todd Moore of Merkel Texas was recently the recipient of a Texas Senate commendation
honoring his work as Texas History Cartoonist and as creator of the Bona Fide
Real Texas Calendar which begins on March 2 , Texas Independence Day. Moore has
produced the calendar and MOORE
TEXAS, a weekly Texas History cartoon strip, since 1998.
Civil War in TexasCavalry
of the West by Jeffery Robenalt 6-1-13|
in the fall of 1863, Union forces under the control of General Nathaniel Banks
occupied the lower Rio Grande valley and sealed off the border between Texas and
the French-dominated Empire of Mexico to disrupt the flow of Southern cotton to
Europe. It would be left to John “Rip” Ford and his Calvary of the West to drive
the Union out and restore the flow of the Confederate’s lifeblood.
Ranch by Barclay Gibson 6-3-13|
Guadalupe Mountains National
Towns & Ghost Towns Ford’s
Corner San Augustine Co Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson
Fort Bend Co Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson 6-22-13China
Creek San Saba Co Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson 6-22-13Batson
Hardin Co Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson & Ken Rudine 6-20-13|
Time Lampasas was Liberated by Mike Cox 6-20-13|
an era when the Soviet Union and Red China seemed bent on taking over the world,
and nuclear war appeared all but inevitable, the first paragraph of the weekly
newspaper’s lead story bore chilling news...Hog
Heaven Cartoon by Roger T. Moore 6-18-13Steel
Dust by Clay Coppedge 6-16-13
timers believed the Steelduster is a separate breed but the horses can trace back
to single horse named Steel Dust.
Towns & Ghost Towns Casa
Piedra Presidio Co 6-16-13Pine
Culberson Co Photos courtesy Barclay Gibson 6-15-13|
Wall Crisis 1961-1962 by Bruce Martin 6-9-13|
The 49th Armored Division, Texas National Guard activated in September, 1961.
First person account of training in Ft. Polk, LA., and homecoming.Notes
To Self by David Knape 6-9-13
& Ghost Towns Republic
Llano Co ghost town. Postcard courtesy Doyle Armstrong 6-7-13Fort
Stockton Pecos county seat. New photos courtesy Ken Rudine
Campfire Tale by Mike Cox 6-5-13|
Earl Nance sat down to write the “Boy Scout News” column for that week’s issue
of the Kerrville Mountain Sun, he was planning to take the scouts of Troop 100
on a hike at Enchanted Rock.
Steamer Wreck Cartoon by Roger T. Moore 6-4-13Small
Town Rumors by Dianne West Short 6-2-13|
stories in Texas are hardly rare. One story, however, deserves recounting.