Essays on historical personalities and places, famous and obscure: Spence Hardie, Austin College cowboy Mystic chords of memory and Civil War veterans Edna Trigg and the tomato club girls Audie Murphy's hometown Is Bigfoot a Texan? Herring Coe in bronze and stone Jesus wears cowboy boots Going to the Ivy Leagues in Texas My place is at a table The voice in the Big Bend Lee Simmons meets Bonnie and Clyde Speeches about eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Texas: The Canary Islanders of San Antonio Background to the empresario era in Texas Emily Austin of Peach Point Plantation Celebrating San Jacinto The first law school in Texas, 1855 The Red River War in historical perspective The Texas Centennial of 1936: Allie Victoria Tennant, Texas sculptor Sculpting Texas history in bronze Far afield for the state historian: To record or not to record? Living forever in digitized form Remembering Hugh F. Rankin The Stephen F. Austin family on the waterways of Louisiana Talks on Texas politics and public service Sam Rayburn, Robert S. Weddle, and a living legacy of service Roscoe Dewitt: Sam Rayburn's architect Remembering John Nance Garner and Dolph Briscoe The nature of Texas History: Myth and Texas history Historical interpretation and Texas history.
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Print version: Cummins, Light Townsend. On history's trail : speeches and essays by the Texas State Historian, 2009-2012. Denton : Texas State Historical Association,