Japanese Texans.; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Propaganda, Anti-Japanese.; Discrimination.
Dallas, Texas The Agaki sisters, Betty Coker and Nellie Camacho, were raised with a strong Japanese cultural upbringing because of their grandmother's influence . Their husbands, however, are not Japanese. Gabriel Camacho is Mexican-American and...
Folklore--Texas.; Authors--Texas.; Teachers--Texas.; Sonnichsen, C. L. (Charles Leland), 1901-1991.
Part of the Institute of Texan Cultures' Bad History Project, Joyce Roach discusses folklore and the personal interpretations of history that are handed down orally, with reference to C. L. Sonnichsen and "The Poetry of History".
San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; Social service--United States--Societies, etc.; Social workers, Black--Texas--San Antonio.; African Americans--Interviews.
Retired social worker and community activist. The first African American professional hired at the San Antonio State Hospital (1965). Ms. Austin gained national recognition in 1984 when she received the Social Worker of the Year award for her...
Ranch life--Texas.; Stamford (Tex.).; Swenson, Swede.; Swenson, Bill.; Swenson, Swante Magnus.; Swedish Americans.; Swenson Land and Cattle Company.; Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association.
Developed from property purchased in 1838 by Swante Magnus Swenson, his grandfather and the first Swedish settler in Texas, Swenson describes the history and ranching operations of the Swenson Land and Cattle Company.