Publications

The History Center publishes The Pine Bough, a popular annual East Texas history magazine featuring our growing archival collections.

The Pine Bough - Vol 17, December 2012

This wide ranging issue explores a sense of place in East Texas during the Spanish colonial period, including an article on the person of Angelina, namesake of the only county in Texas to be named for a woman. Also featured is an article on baseball in Angelina County, based on a 2012 exhibit at the Center. The Scrapbook Pages section includes diverse topics such as Temple Lumber Company retail yards, railroads, and photography and rodeo associations. Additionally, the news and notices section shares about The History Center’s exciting year of events and activities

TABLE OF CONTENTS: December 2012

Features

Living in the Land of the Tejas: An East Texas Twenty-First Century Re-Discovery of the Beginnings of a Place Called Texas

by Jonathan Gerland

2

Finding Angelina: A Search for East Texas' Little Angel

by Emily Hyatt and Jonathan Gerland

12

Play Ball! History Center Exhibit Highlights Angelina County's Love of Baseball

by Emily Hyatt

22

Sections

Temple Lumber Company

36

Retail Yards

37

Railroads

38

Thirty Years Ago

40

News & Notices

42