We would like to remind our readers of the Texas State Historical Association's 2013 Annual Meeting which will be held February 28March 2, 2013, at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel located at 200 Main Street in downtown Fort Worth. There will be forty-one sessions on various aspects of Texas history, including Texas Borderlands, women, African Americans, and the Civil War. Aside from the sessions, we will have the following guest speakers: Laura McLemore will present "Adele Looscan and the TSHA" during the Women in Texas History Luncheon, Thomas H. Kreneck and Gerald Saxon will present "Collecting Texas" at the Book Lovers' and Texana Collectors' Breakfast, and Char Miller will present on water conservation in Texas at the Fellows and Awards Luncheon. Other special events include the Graduate Student Mixer, the Presidential Reception, and the Live Auction Reception. Accommodations at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel for a special rate of $172.11 are available through 28, 2013. To make reservations, call (800) 433-5677 or book online at www.tshaonline.com and enter group code TSHTSHA. Meeting registration will open December 1, 2012. The Annual Meeting Program will be mailed by December 2012 and posted online. To see the latest updates visit our website at
Southwestern Historical Quarterly – Texas State Historical Association
Published: Dec 11, 2013
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