Star of the Republic Museum

Star of the Republic Museum Notes 1976-2016

  1. Vol 1: No. 1, 1976 “The Pottery Show- Texas Pottery"
  2. Vol 1: No. 2, 1976 “La Salle Day”
  3. Vol 1: No. 3, 1977 “The Hutchinson-Korth Homestead”
  4. Vol 1: No. 4, 1977 “Hall’s Ferry”
  5. Vol 2: No. 1, 1977 “Dear Friends of the Museum”
  6. Vol 2: No. 2, 1977 “Special Holiday Exhibit: Childhood in Texas”
  7. Vol 2: No. 3, 1978 “Your Unfortunate Son”
  8. Vol 2: No. 4, 1978 “Pathways to a Republic”
  9. Vol 3: No. 1, 1978 “Life in the Texas Republic”
  10. Vol 3: No. 2, 1978 “Christmas in the Texas Republic”
  11. Vol 3: No. 3, 1979 “Northers in the Texas Republic”
  12. Vol 3: No. 4, 1979 “Citizen Soldiers in the Texas Republic”
  13. Vol 4: No. 1, 1979 “Cotton in the Texas Republic”
  14. Vol 4: No. 2, 1979 “Treasure, People, Ships, and Dreams: A Spanish Shipwreck on the Texas Coast”
  15. Vol 4: No. 3, 1980 “The Convention Came to Washington-on-the-Brazos”
  16. Vol 4: No. 4, 1980 “The Irregular Mail of the Texas Republic”
  17. Vol 5: No. 1, 1980 “The Early Texas Menu”
  18. Vol 5: No. 2, 1980 “If Ignorance is Bliss…”
  19. Vol 5: No. 3, 1981 “Come and Take it”
  20. Vol 6: No. 4, 1982 “Republic Empresario Contracts” 
  21. Vol 7: No. 1, 1982 “Of Money and Pigs” 
  22. Vol 7: No. 2, 1982 “Texas Abolitionist”
  23. Vol 7: No. 3, 1983 “Commerce”
  24. Vol 7: No. 4, 1983 “Quinine, Calomel and Caster Oild: The American Panacea”
  25. Vol 8: No. 1, 1983 “Hornpipes, Strathspeys, Jigs and Reels Put life and Mettle in Our Heels”
  26. Vol 8: No. 2, 1983 “…From the Point of View of the Gospel the Morality of the ‘Texasians’ Must be Pronounced Bad – Bad! Superlatively Bad!!”
  27. Vol 8: No. 3, 1984 “Texana and Texans: Famous and Infamous”
  28. Vol 8: No. 4, 1984 “George Catlin: Ee-cha-zoo-kah-ga-wa-kon (Sioux for ‘The Medicine Painter')”
  29. Vol 9: No. 1, 1984 “Promise in a Lonely Land: Women in the Texas Republic”
  30. Vol 9: No. 2, 1984 “Epicurean Innovations and Johnnies”
  31. Vol 9: No. 3, 1985 “The Code of Honor: Dueling in America”
  32. Vol 9: No. 4, 1985 “To Expire Mild-eyed”
  33. Vol 10: No. 1, 1985 “Comets to Carboniforous Capitalism: The world of the Texas Republic”
  34. Vol 10: No. 2, 1985 “Ring-Tailed Panthers and Cornstalk Lawyers: The Men Who Signed the Declaration of Independence”
  35. Vol 10: No. 4, 1986 “Au Texas: The Art of Theodore Gentilz”
  36. Vol 11: No. 1, 1986 “The Republic of Porkdom”
  37. Vol 11: No. 2, 1986 “Stump Speechification or Elections and Politicians in the Texas Republic”
  38. Vol 11: No. 3, 1987 “John James Audubon: An American Original”
  39. Vol 11: No. 4, 1987 “The Passion for Erecting Grog Shops”
  40. Vol 12: No. 1, 1987 “The Free Press”
  41. Vol 12: No. 2, 1987 “As a Twig is Bent: Childhood in Texas, 1800-1900”
  42. Vol 12: No. 3, 1988 “A Cultivated Mind: Education n Nineteenth-Century Texas”
  43. Vol 12: No. 4, 1988 “Chew, Chew, Chew & Spit, Spit, Spit: Tobacco in the Texas Republic”
  44. Vol 13: No. 1, 1988 “Tropical Between Northers: Weather in the Republic”
  45. Vol 13: No. 2, 1988 “Racking Chills and Fever: Medicine in Nineteenth Century Texas”
  46. Vol 13: No. 3, 1989 “Wond’rous Cures Preformed: Medicine in Nineteenth Century Texas”
  47. Vol 13: No. 4, 1989 “The Cult of Hydropathy and Health Seekers in Early Texas”
  48. Vol 14: No. 1, 1989 “We worked from see to can’t: Slavery in the Republic”
  49. Vol 14: No. 2, 1989 “ Texas: A Beautiful, Promising Land”
  50. Vol 14: No. 3, 1990 “Beautiful, Strange, and Menacing Animals”
  51. Vol 14: No. 4, 1990 “Gambler’s Heaven: Amusements in the Republic”
  52. Vol 15: No. 1&2, 1990 “Notes on the Republic”
  53. Vol 16: No. 1&2, 1991 “Native Americans and the Republic”
  54. Vol 16: No. 3, 1992 “ Sorrow Whispers in the Winds: Native Americans and the Republic”
  55. Vol 17: No. 4, 1992 “Expel, Defeat, or Exterminate: Native Americans and the Republic”
  56. Vol 18: No. 1, 1992 “An Interloper in His Native Home: Native Americans and the Republic”
  57. Vol 18: No. 2, 1992 “ Sam Houston and Washington”
  58. Vol 18: No. 3, 1993 “Magnificent Schemes for Texas: Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston”
  59. Vol 19: No. 1&2, 1994 “I Want to Go Home: The African-American Heritage in Texas”
  60. Vol 19: No. 3, 1994 “Little Time for Play: Childhood, Toys, and Games During the Republic”
  61. Vol 19: No. 4, 1994 “Park Development Underway”
  62. Vol 20: No. 1, 1994 “The Tejanos: Foreigners in Their Native Land”
  63. Vol 20: No. 2, 1995 “Moving the Fire: The Removal of Indian Nations to Oklahoma”
  64. Vol 20: No. 3, 1995 “Friendship in Adversity: Freemasonry and the Texas Republic”
  65. Vol 20: No. 4, 1995 “Wonderlust: German Immigration During the Republic”
  66. Vol 21: No. 1, 1995 “The Republic of Texas is no More: The end of a Country, the Birth of a State”
  67. Vol 21: No. 2, 1996 “An Unholy War: The Mexican War”
  68. Vol 21: No. 3, 1996 “So Accurately and So Universally Known: Lithography and the Mexican War”
  69. Vol 21: No. 4, 1996 “Portrait of a Founder: Dr. Asa Hoxey”
  70. Vol 22: No. 1&2, 1997 “Annexation: Celebration 150 Years of Texas Statehood”
  71. Vol 22: No. 3, 1997 “Wasps of the Sea: The Texas Navy”
  72. Vol 23: No. 1, 1997 “Fight for the Capital: The Archives War”
  73. Vol 23: No. 2, 1998 “The Eleanor Glenn Hanover Nance Collection”
  74. Vol 23: No. 3, 1998 “William P. Zuber and Historical Gems”
  75. Vol 24: No. 1, 1998 “ Republic of Texas: A New Interpretive Project”
  76. Vol 24: No 2, 1999 “The Showers-Brown Discovery Center”
  77. Vol 24: No. 3, 1999 “Texan Iliad: A Military History of the Texas Revolution, 1835-1836”
  78. Vol 24: No. 4, 1999 “Leatherstockings”
  79. Vol 25: No. 1, 1999 “Barrington Living History Farm”
  80. Vol 25: No. 2, 2000 “Surrounded by Bravos and Hired Assassins: The Regulator-Moderator War”
  81. Vol 25: No. 3, 2000 “A Bitterness…that I Never Hear Equalled Before of Since: The Mier Expedition”
  82. Vol 25: No. 4, 2000 “Republic of Texas Exhibitions: First Floor Opening”
  83. Vol 26: No. 1&2, 2001 “The James Wesson Diary: A Gift of Insight”
  84. Vol 26: No. 3, 2001 “David Gouverneur Burnet: Texas’ First President”
  85. Vol 26: No. 4, 2001 “Magnificent Schemes for Texas: Stephen F. Austin & His World”
  86. Vol 27: No. 1, 2002 “Grand Opening of Second Floor Exhibits: Republic of Texas Exhibition”
  87. Vol 27: No. 2, 2002 “Portraits Donated to the Museum: Josiah and Mary Ann Turnham”
  88. Vol 27: No. 3, 2002 “Travel…Texas Style”
  89. Vol 27: No. 4, 2002 “The Mighty Brazos”
  90. Vol 28: No. 1, 2003 “Anson Jones: President of Physician”
  91. Vol 28: No. 2, 2003 “Texas Independence and the Ring-tailed Panther”
  92. Vol 28: No. 3, 2003 “Back to School”
  93. Vol 28: No. 4, 2003 “Hear ye! Hear ye! Original Declaration of Independence Coming to Museum!”
  94. Vol 29: No. 1, 2004 “Texas Independence Day Celebration”
  95. Vol 29: No. 2, 2004 “Remember the Alamo!”
  96. Vol 29: No. 3, 2004 “The Santa Fe Expedition”
  97. Vol 29: No. 4, 2004 “The Know-Nothing Platform”
  98. Vol 30: No. 1, 2005 “In Pursuit of Independence”
  99. Vol 30: No. 2, 2005 “Love and Marriage”
  100. Vol 30: No. 3, 2005 “Lorenzo de Zavala: Constructive Statesman”
  101. Vol 30: No. 4, 2005 “The Diary of William Fairfax Gray”
  102. Vol 31: No. 1, 2006 “Pathways to the Republic”
  103. Vol 31: No. 2, 2006 “Summer Fashions”
  104. Vol 31: No. 3, 2006 “Education for a Mental and Moral Culture”
  105. Vol 31: No. 4, 2006 “Saved by a Blue Norther!”
  106. Vol 32: No. 1, 2007 “The First Anniversary Ball of the Republic of Texas”
  107. Vol 32: No. 2, 2007 “Consulates of the Republic of Texas”
  108. Vol 32: No. 3, 2007 “Gideon Lincecum: Internationally Famous Botanist”
  109. Vol 32: No. 4, 2007 “Criminal Reformation, Not Vindictive Justice”
  110. Vol 33: No. 1, 2008 “John James Audubon in Texas”
  111. Vol 33: No. 2, 2008 “The Value of a Dollar”
  112. Vol 33: No. 3, 2008 “Shiver me Timbers! Sea Dogs of the Gulf”
  113. Vol 33: No. 4, 2008 “The Other Republic”
  114. Vol 34: No. 1, 2009 “The Shape of Texas: Defining Her Borders”
  115. Vol 34: No. 2, 2009 “Republic of Texas Postal System”
  116. Vol 34: No. 3, 2009 “Night at the Star of the Republic Museum”
  117. Vol 34: No. 4, 2009 “The Star to Celebrate 40th Anniversary”
  118. Vol 35: No. 1, 2010 “The First Texans: Living Green”
  119. Vol 35: No. 2, 2010 “The Bison: American Icon”
  120. Vol 35: No. 3, 2010 “Quarreled with the Mainland: Galveston’s Ships and Commerce during the Texas Republic Period”
  121. Vol 35: No. 4, 2010 “The Big Picture! at Washington on the Brazos”
  122. Vol 36: No. 1, 2011 “Fifty-nine for Freedom”
  123. Vol 36: No. 2, 2011 “The Personality Behind the Pen”
  124. Vol 36: No. 3, 2011 “Beating the Heat: Texas Style”
  125. Vol 36: No. 4, 2011 “Stomp and Gouge: Texas Folk Fights”
  126. Vol 37: No. 1, 2012 “A Slice of Life: Washington in the 19th Century”
  127. Vol 37: No. 2, 2012  “Asa Hoxey: A Man of Dignified and Courtly Presence”
  128. Vol 37: No. 3, 2012  “Prairie on Fire!”
  129. Vol 37: No. 4, 2012  “Texas Toasts”
  130. Vol 38: No. 1, 2013 “The Substance of Life: Texas Through the Eyes of Theodore Gentilz”
  131. Vol 38: No. 2, 2013 “Toy Time”
  132. Vol 38: No. 3, 2013 “The Lottery of Death: The Story of the Mier Expedition”
  133. Vol 38: No. 4, 2013  “King Cholera: Death’s Dispensary”
  134. Vol 39: No. 1, 2014 “Texas Climate: Tropical Between Northers”
  135. Vol 39: No. 2, 2014 “The Texas Navy: A Forgotten Flotilla”
  136. Vol 39: No. 3, 2014 “Coffee: Texas Bean Juice”
  137. Vol 39: No. 4, 2014 "Grooming with a Lick and a Promise"
  138. Vol 40: No. 1, 2015 "Enduring Spirit: African Americans in 19th Century Texas"
  139. Vol 40: No. 2, 2015 "Early Texas Surgeons: Leading and Bleeding for the Cause"
  140. Vol 40: No. 3, 2015 "Texas Sugar Production: Sweet Subsistence"
  141. Vol 40: No. 4, 2015 "If only they could talk: The Rocking Horse"
  142. Vol 41: No. 1, 2016 "A Legacy of Leadership: The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence"
  143. Vol 41: No. 2, 2016 "If only they could talk: The Foot Warmer"
  144. Vol 41: No. 3, 2016 "If only they could talk: The Wagon Jack"
  145. Vol 41: No. 4, 2016 "Excerpts from the Diary of Pleasant B. Watson"
  146. Vol 42: No. 1, 2017 "Heirloom Genealogy: Tracing Your Family Treasures"
  147. Vol 42: No. 2, 2017 "Religion in the Republic"