Journal Of The Life And Culture Of San Antonio

Publications

Table of Contents

A

1899 City Rules by Frank W. Jennings

Abolitionist Benjamin Lundy’s 1833 Visit to San Antonio by Frank W. Jennings

Alamo Legends, 1836 – 1956, by Jon Johnston

Alamo Plaza Origins by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

The Alamo Abandoned by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

Archbishop Robert E. Lucey and Organized Labor in San Antonio, Texas 1960-1968 by Jesus M. Rendon

The Argyle's Fascinating History by Frank W. Jennings

“Arise at Once”: The Drive for Prohibition In San Antonio During the First World War by Dr. James B. Seymour, Jr.


 

B

Becoming a City and Becoming American, San Antonio, Texas, 1848-1861 Chapter 1 by Lawrence P. Knight, Ph.D.

The Belgians of Early San Antonio by Frank W. Jennings

Between Black and White: Race and Status among the Tejano Elite in 19th Century San Antonio by Roque Planas

Bexar County Chief William Daingerfield, 1808-1878 by Alexander Stevens

Bexar County Chief Ira Leslie Hewitt by Alexander Stevens

Bexar County Chief Justice John C. McMullen, 1785-1853 by Alexander Stevens

Bexar County Chief Justice Joseph Baker, 1804-1846 by Melinda Parshall and Char Miller

Bexar County Chief Justice August Siemering, 1830-1883 by Richard L. Puglisi Jr.

Bexar County Chief Justice Samuel Augustus Maverick by Richard L. Puglisi Jr.

Birdie Lytle, San Antonio House Builder for the Poor by Frank W. Jennings

Blacks in Civil War Era San Antonio (Part I and II), by Frank W. Jennings

Black Leaders of 20th Century San Antonio: Bellingers, Suttons, and James, by Frank W. Jennings

Boots of North Star by Haley Hamilton

Bowens Island by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra


 

C

The Canary Islanders by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

The Camels are coming! The Camels are coming! by Frank H. Gonzales

Camp Bullis, the Amazing Seminole-Negro Scouts, and John Lapham Bullis by Frank W. Jennings

Dr. Charles Campbell and San Antonio’s Bats by Frank W. Jennings

Francisco A. Chapa and El Imparcial de Texas in Supporting the American War Effort, 1917-1918 by Ana Luisa Martinez-Catsam, Ph.D.

Chili Queens Graced San Antonio Plazas by Frank W. Jennings

City Warned to Protect its Historic Cemeteries by Frank W. Jennings

Conjunto Music, The San Antonio Origins of by David Moras

Crockett’s Coonskin Cap Craze by Samantha Frank


 

D

William Dewees: Descriptions of a Texas Pioneer Life Before 1850 by Frank W. Jennings

Dr. Shiga's 1914 Alamo Monument by Sarah Lillibridge


 

E

An 1928 Express-News Tells of the Times by Frank W. Jennings

English, Scotch, and Welsh Settle in 19th Century San Antonio by Frank W. Jennings


 

F

A Fandango in Words and Paint--Fretellier and Gentilz Record 1850s Night Life, by Frank W. Jennings

The First Civil Settlement in Texas by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

The First Election in Texas (and Naming the Town) by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

French Flavoring I: French Flag Over Texasby Frank W. Jennings

French Flavoring II: Two French Heroes by Frank W. Jennings

French Flavoring III: Among the Early Citizens by Frank W. Jennings

French Flavoring IV:Healers and Educators by Frank W. Jennings

French Flavoring V: A Favorite Architect, Giraud and a Favorite Grocer, Genetby Frank W. Jennings

French Flavoring VI: The Fandango in Words and Paintby Frank W. Jennings

Fritos in the Hand of the Doolin Family by Alexandra Villalobos


 

G

Peter Gallagher by Robert Stafford

San Antonio's German Immigrants and Secession by Jordan Schermerhorn

Alfred Giles, an Englishman in San Antonio by Frank W. Jennings


 

H

Half-Breeds and False Friends: Comparing the Mexican to the Native American and African American, by Jack Cohen

Healing Magic by Elizabeth de la Portilla

Headwaters: The Springs of San Pedro Creek and the San Antonio River by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

HemisFair ’68 and the Transformation of San Antonio, by Sterlin Holmesly: Review by Tim Draves


 

I

Indians of San Antonio River by Mary Ann Noonan Guerra

Irish of San Antonio’s Colonial Period, by Frank W. Jennings


 

J

John James, English Entrepreneur by Frank W. Jennings

Frank W. Jennings Collection

Jose Francisco Ruiz and his Decades-long Fight for Texas Independence by Frank W. Jennings

Joske’s Brothers Store: The First Fifty Years by Amy Alves


 

K

KLRN’s “San Antonio Remembered: The Good Times,” reviewed by Victoria Ford 


 

L

La Baume of San Antonio by Michael Weil

La Coste, French Entrepreneur From Mexico (1823-1887) by Frank W. Jennings

La Madre del Maiz by Gilbert R. Cruz, Reviewed by Rosa Lee Espericueta

Lost and Found: The Art of Mission Concepcion, by Laura Kraus

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M

Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra Collection

Mary Menger (1816-1887) by Tim Draves

Mills and Bridges of the San Antonio River by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

Mr. Landa’s Library by Andrew Gaul


 

N

Naming San Antonio in 1691 by Frank W. Jennings

Naming the Town and The First Election in Texas by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

James P. Newcomb: A Newsman’s Challenge to San Antonio Confederates by Andrea Kurth


 

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P

Pike's Views of San Antonio, 1807 by Frank W. Jennings

Pump Station No. 2: Brackenridge, Borglum, and Beyond by Andrew Gaul


 

Q


 

R

Jose Francisco Ruiz and his Decades-long Fight for Texas Independence by Frank W. Jennings

Rebel Properties, Rebellion and Confiscation: 1813-1819, by Alfred Rodriguez

River Walk, by Sarah Bauml

Robber Baron Cave: a Maze Inside and Out, by Zachary Schudrowitz


 

S

The San Antonio River and its Seven Acequias by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra

The School Mistress Of Private and Select Schools by Rubye DuTerroil

The Shawnee Cattle Trail Passed San Antonio by Frank W. Jennings

Sky Ride of San Antonio by Tony Irizarry

The Spanish Entrada by Mary Ann Noonan-Guerra


 

T

The Titanium Rib Project by Kelly Bratusek

John Twohig: Breadline Banker by Frank W. Jennings


 

U

Unintended Consequences: The San Antonio Pecan Shellers Strike of 1938 by Dr. Patricia Gower


 

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W

Women Enter Business and the Professions by Rubye du Terroil


 

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