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    • Workin' from can't to can't : African-American cowboys in Texas

    • African American cowboys -- Texas.; Cowboys -- Texas.; Texas -- History -- 1846-1950.; West (U.S.) -- History.
    • Part of a series of curriculum guides created by the Institute of Texan Cultures: Educational Programs Department.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • Interview with Julia Hoyle-Gayden, May 13, 1997

    • African American women--Interviews; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.;
    • Born in 1894, Hoyle-Gayden tells of her experience growing up and living in Texas as an African American. She began teaching in the 1920s, worked for the Republican Party, and was a civic activist.
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project
    • Interview with Julia Hoyle-Gayden, June 11, 1997

    • African American women--Interviews; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.;
    • Born in 1894, Hoyle-Gayden tells of her experience growing up and living in Texas as an African American. She began teaching in the 1920s, worked for the Republican Party, and was a civic activist.
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project
    • Interview with Rev. Claude Black, 04-11-2006

    • African Americans--Civil rights--Texas--San Antonio--History.; African Americans--Interviews.; Mt. Zion Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.); San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.; Segregation--Texas--San...
    • Black was born in San Antonio on Nov. 28, 1916, the son of a Pullman porter and a housewife. After graduating from then-Douglass High School in 1933, he enrolled at St. Philip’s College. Black earned a bachelor’s degree in 1937 from Morehouse...
    • College of Liberal and Fine Arts Oral History Program Collection;
    • A personal history : the Afro-American Texans

    • African Americans -- Texas -- Juvenile literature.; Texas -- Juvenile literature.
    • Part of the Institute of Texan Cultures' Stories for young readers series.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00123/utsa-00123.html
    • Interview with Rebecca Flores

    • Agricultural laborers--United States--Labor unions--History.; Migrant agricultural laborers--Labor unions--United States.; United Farm Workers of America--Officials and employees.; Labor leaders--United States.; Women labor leaders--United States.;...
    • Flores grew up in a Texas migrant worker family in Atascosa County. She graduated Fox Tech High School in San Antonio. After working in a civil service job for the Army, she earned an undergraduate degree in sociology from St. Mary's University and...
    • College of Liberal and Fine Arts Oral History Program Collection
    • Alamo: the Evidence

    • Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.)--Siege, 1836.; Texas--History--Revolution, 1835-1836--Sources.
    • Part of a series of curriculum guides created by the Institute of Texan Cultures: Educational Programs Department.
    • http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00234/utsa-00234.html
    • Parking lot behind buildings in 1100 block of W. Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas

    • Alamo Barber Shop (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Barbershops - San Antonio (Tex.) ; West Side (San Antonio, Tex.) ; Commerce Street (San Antonio, Tex.)
    • Photograph shows automobiles in lot; back of two-story brick building at 1115-1117 W. Commerce Street (background, left)
    • Ray Howell Photograph collection, MS 354, University of Texas San Antonio Libraries Special Collections from the Institute of Texan Cultures
    • Interview with Paul Forchheimer and Ernest Speck, 1988

    • Alpine (Tex.); Brewster County (Tex.); Sul Ross State University
    • Alpine, Texas The influence of Sul Ross State University, the McDonald Observatory, well-traveled ranchers and culture-hungry residents made Alpine and Fort Davis much more cosmopolitan than their small size would indicate, long-time residents...
    • Institute of Texan Cultures Oral History Collection
    • Interview with Graciela Sanchez, June 16, 1997

    • Animal rights activists--Texas.; Esperanza Peace and Justice Center (San Antonio, Tex.); Women--San Antonio (Tex.)--Interviews;
    • Human rights activist; Executive Director, Esperanza Center. Topics: Progressive activism in San Antonio.
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project
    • Interview with Graciela Sanchez, June 10, 1997

    • Animal rights activists--Texas.; Esperanza Peace and Justice Center (San Antonio, Tex.); Women--San Antonio (Tex.)--Interviews;
    • Human rights activist; Executive Director, Esperanza Center. Topics: Progressive activism in San Antonio.
    • Archives for Research on Women and Gender Oral History Project

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