Texas History

Alamo Survivor?

Legendary San Antonio character cast a convincing spell

Observations

My Grandmother and LBJ

How a persuasive woman helped start the school that launched Johnson’s career

Texas USA

Finders Weepers

Treasure discovered in 1885 led to trouble for a Bell County ranch hand

Texas History

Charming the Soviets

How piano virtuoso Van Cliburn twice helped thaw Cold War relations

Texas History

Gail Borden’s Follies

The invention of canned condensed milk followed many failures, including the meat biscuit

Texas USA

Caddo’s Gems

East Texas lake once teemed with pearl hunters

Texas History

Our Fearless Forefather

G.W. Haggard was founding editor of this magazine and a stalwart champion of electric co-ops

Texas History

Geronimo in San Antonio

After his final capture by the U.S. Army, the Apache leader was detained at a military post

Observations

The First Hamburger

Amid uncertainty over the sandwich’s origin, Athens, Texas, holds firm to its claim

Texas History

The Nylon Campaign

Texas Co-op Power has defended electric cooperatives against gossip and graft since 1944


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