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    How We Make Our Spirits Bright

    Around the state, Texans cling to various traditions, sacred and secular, to celebrate the holidays


    Wiley’s Sages

    Debate team from historically black college challenged segregated America


TCP Talk


    Lessons in Physics, Chemistry and Latin

    Some of the stuff we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    Co-op People

    Take a Book, Leave a Book

    CoServ Electric members join Little Free Library program with branch in their Frisco neighborhood

    Texas USA

    Mansion Returned to ‘Original Vision’

    Nearly destroyed by arsonist, state’s most historic home restored with authentic and modern details


    Turning a Page in the Book of Books

    University of Texas’ centuries-old Gutenberg Bible showcases pivotal chapter for mankind’s faith and knowledge

    Texas History

    Jane Long’s Christmas

    The woman who is called the ‘Mother of Texas’ faced unthinkable challenges, including a brutal winter, nearly alone on Bolivar Point

    TCP Kitchen

    2013 Holiday Recipe Contest

    Sponsored by the Texas Pecan Board

    December 2013 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Homemade

    One-of-a-kind items, crafted from good intentions and gifted hands

    Hit the Road

    Steam Train

    Texas State Railroad revisits the early days of rail travel and is about to chug into its most popular season—when the Polar Express ventures to the ‘North Pole’

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