May 7, 2013 - Opening of the new exhibit at the Nacogdoches Railroad Depot, "Advertising to the American West: Railroad Ads in the 20th Century".
Sponsored by the African American Heritage Project (AAHP) of Nacogdoches, TX.
On April 20th, 2013, at 'The Clay House' (address below) from 2pm to 4pm
Experience the history of the Bois d'Arch neighborhood from the following noteworthy speakers:
- Dorothy Tigner-Thompson
- Betty Roberts Mark
- Joyce Dove Douglass
- Michael T. Reeves
- Robert Thorn
- Jo Ann West (daughter of the founder of the AAHP)
Come and join the African American Heritage Project for this historic event.
The Clay House
720 Bois d'Arc St.
We have another early Local Voices article by Mr. Rickey Robertson!
The Peavy-Wilson Corral Site- By Rickey Robertson
*Photo taken from 'The Daily Yonder' *
Although not written strictly for the Center for Regional Heritage Research, our very own Local Voices writer Mr. Jeff Campbell submitted an article to the Daily Yonder, who works to 'keep it rural'.
- African American Heritage Project of Nacogdoches - Oral Histories
- Camino Real de los Tejas Oral History Project
- Nacogdoches Census Report Project
- Mission Dolores - San Augustine, Texas
- SFASU Archaeology Field School at Pattonia
- The Enslaved Population and Freedmen of Nacogdoches County
- The Washington Square Project
- Project Archive