bullet Isaac Ryan: Lake Charles is Proud of Its Alamo Hero
bullet Rev. John August Tubbe: An Immigrant Farmer, Sawmiller, and Preacher
bullet David Choate, Jr.: A San Jacinto Veteran
bullet Lieutenant Benjamin Ingram Harper: Veteran of the Battle of San Jacinto
bullet James B. Likens: Pioneer East Texas Lawyer and Military Hero
bullet Dr. Lewis S. Owings: A Brief Biography
bullet Thomas Deye Owings of Maryland, Kentucky, and Texas: Frontier Iron-Smelterer and Military Hero
bullet Samuel P. Henry: “Father of Cameron Parish”
bullet Dr. Arrel Pye: A Texas Medical Hero
bullet Pradelles: Albert Gallatin Van Pradelles: Cotton Merchant of Wallisville, Texas
bullet Brothers: Two Brothers and a Brother-In-Law in East Texas
bullet Sailboats: Early River Boats of Southwest Louisiana
bullet Jaguar: Was the “Black Panther” Actually a Jaguar?
bullet Skull Island on Mermentau River: A Slave Ship’s Inhumanity
bullet Black Cat: Black Panthers: Did Such an Animal Ever Exist?
bullet Bear Hunters: The old bear hunters of Hardin County had two things in common...
bullet Boundary: Texas state border relocated east during survey
bullet Immigrants: Why don’t we commemorate brave masses of immigrants?
bullet Shooting death of lumberman still a mystery
bullet Big Cat: Big cat stories in East Texas are numerous but lack proof
bullet E-mail from reader regarding big cats.
bullet Confederate flag remains symbol of hate to many today
bullet Slave Trade: Pirate Lafitte, Bowie dealt in slave trade via SE Texas
bullet Whale Gave Port Arthur’s Economy Boom in Early 1900’s
bullet Texas Germanic Heritage: Some Notes
bullet Creative Writing: Just for the Hell of It!
bullet William A. Fletcher: For East Texas Historical Journal--A Review by W. T. Block
bullet Wild Family: The Tale of Hardin County's Wild Family
bullet Wild Ones of the Big Thicket
bullet Early Newspapers: Early Southeast Newspapers: History of Yesteryear Recorded in Their Yellowed Pages
bullet Bolivar Peninsula: Scene of Slaving, Smuggling, Filibustering and Farms
bullet A Killer's Trail of Thread: Some Alamo Heroes Fought Twice for Texas
bullet Slave Lucy: Myth of Texas Executions Debunked: Slave Lucy was First Woman to Die
bullet The 'Opelousas Trail:' Bellowing Cows Marked First Trail to New Orleans
bullet Southwest Louisiana History Found in Beaumont Enterprise
bullet Stuart: Hamilton and Benjamin Chambers Stuart: A Century of Distinguished East Texas Journalism and History
bullet Ben C. Stuart was early Galveston-Beaumont Journalist-Historian.
bullet The Black Panthers of the Louisiana-Texas Borderlands: Are They Extinct?
bullet German PilgrimsThe Story of Our Texas' German Pilgrims: or Death March to Comal County

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