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Southwestern Collection new apr 2011 shq.indd 425 3/23/11 10:34 AM 426 Southwestern Historical Quarterly April Calls for Papers The Houston History Association is seeking papers for the inaugural Houston Histor y Conference, to be held October 29, 2011, at the Hilton- University of Houston Hotel and Conference Center. The conference will be held in conjunction with the city’s offi cial 175th anniversary celebra- tion, “Milestones and Arrivals: 175 Years of Coming to Houston.” Hous- ton, throughout its history, has been a city of immigrants, whether indi- viduals, groups, businesses, corporations, or institutions. Why is this so? What is it about Houston that attracted and continues to attract this infl ux of people? How has this continuing migration helped build Houston into an internationally prominent city? What are the signifi cant milestones in this growth? The program committee invites the submission of panels and presentations that deal with these and other issues and themes in Houston’s 175-year histor y. To accommodate panel introductions and audience questions, each complete session is limited to 75 minutes. Each presentation in three- paper sessions should not exceed twenty minutes (about ten typewritten pages) and in two-paper sessions each should be limited to twenty-fi ve min- utes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southwestern Historical Quarterly Texas State Historical Association

Southwestern Collection

Southwestern Historical Quarterly , Volume 114 (4) – May 14, 2011

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Publisher
Texas State Historical Association
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Copyright © The Texas State Historical Association.
ISSN
1558-9560

Abstract

new apr 2011 shq.indd 425 3/23/11 10:34 AM 426 Southwestern Historical Quarterly April Calls for Papers The Houston History Association is seeking papers for the inaugural Houston Histor y Conference, to be held October 29, 2011, at the Hilton- University of Houston Hotel and Conference Center. The conference will be held in conjunction with the city’s offi cial 175th anniversary celebra- tion, “Milestones and Arrivals: 175 Years of Coming to Houston.” Hous- ton, throughout its history, has been a city of immigrants, whether indi- viduals, groups, businesses, corporations, or institutions. Why is this so? What is it about Houston that attracted and continues to attract this infl ux of people? How has this continuing migration helped build Houston into an internationally prominent city? What are the signifi cant milestones in this growth? The program committee invites the submission of panels and presentations that deal with these and other issues and themes in Houston’s 175-year histor y. To accommodate panel introductions and audience questions, each complete session is limited to 75 minutes. Each presentation in three- paper sessions should not exceed twenty minutes (about ten typewritten pages) and in two-paper sessions each should be limited to twenty-fi ve min- utes

Journal

Southwestern Historical QuarterlyTexas State Historical Association

Published: May 14, 2011

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