Lake Charles is Proud of Its Alamo Hero
|Rev. John August Tubbe:
An Immigrant Farmer, Sawmiller, and Preacher
|David Choate, Jr.: A
San Jacinto Veteran
|James B. Likens: Pioneer
East Texas Lawyer and Military Hero
|Dr. Lewis S. Owings: A Brief Biography
|Thomas Deye Owings of Maryland, Kentucky, and Texas: Frontier
Iron-Smelterer and Military Hero
|Samuel P. Henry: “Father of Cameron Parish”
|Dr. Arrel Pye: A Texas Medical Hero
|Pradelles: Albert Gallatin Van Pradelles:
Cotton Merchant of Wallisville, Texas
Two Brothers and a Brother-In-Law in East
|Sailboats: Early River Boats of Southwest
|Jaguar: Was the “Black Panther” Actually a
|Skull Island on Mermentau River: A Slave
Black Panthers: Did Such an Animal Ever Exist?
|Bear Hunters: The old bear hunters of
Hardin County had two things in common...
|Boundary: Texas state border relocated east during survey
|Immigrants: Why don’t we commemorate brave masses of immigrants?
|Shooting death of lumberman still a mystery
|Big Cat: Big cat stories in East Texas are
numerous but lack proof
|E-mail from reader regarding big cats.
|Confederate flag remains symbol of hate to many today
|Slave Trade: Pirate Lafitte, Bowie dealt in slave trade via SE
|Whale gave Port Arthurs economy boom in early 1900s
|Texas Germanic Heritage: Some Notes
|Creative Writing Just for the Hell of It!
|William A. Fletcher: For East Texas Historical Journal--A Review by
W. T. Block
|Wild Family: The Tale of Hardin County's Wild Family
|Early Newspapers: Early Southeast Newspapers: History of Yesteryear
Recorded in Their Yellowed Pages
|Bolivar Peninsula: Scene of Slaving, Smuggling, Filibustering and