Sources, References, and Readings


Abernethy, F.E. and C. F. Satterwhite. The Spanish in East Texas 1542-1838 Stephen F. Austin University Press, 1998.

8Baker, K. W., "et al". Bicentennial Commemorative History of Nacogdoches. 1976.

5Baker, Karle Wilson. Dreamers on Horseback. "Song of the Forerunners".

Dyal, Donald H. and Mavis P. Kelsey. The Courthouses of Texas. Texas A & M University Press, 1993.

Ericson, Joe E. The Nacogdoches Story. Heritage Books, Inc. 2000.

15Ericson, Carolyn. Nacogdoches County Genealogical Society. Curtis Media Corporation; Dallas, Texas 1985. ISBN: 0-88107-036-X.

13Echols, Gordon. Early Texas Architecture. Texas Christian University Press, 2000.

Fleming, William. Arts and Ideas. Holt Rineholt Winston, 1970.

Johnson, Freida K. The Fredonia--Nacogdoches' Grand Hotel. Stephen F. Austin University Press, 2003.

Jordan, Terry G. Texas Log Buildings: A Folk Architecture. University of Texas Press, 1978.

McDonald, Archie P. Nacogdoches, Texas: A Pictorial History. Donning Co. Publishers, 1996.

Murchison, Bill, and A. P. McDonald. Nacogdoches Past and Present: A Photographic Documentary. B & C Publishing of Odessa, 1986.

18Nelson, Janet. A Tale of A Railroad Town: Cushing, Texas. Publisher and date unknown.

Rifkind, Carole. A Field Guide to American Architecture. Bonanza Books, 1984.

Sanders, V., R.B. Blake and G. L. Crocket. Nacogdoches Texas Centennial 1716-1936. Nacogdoches Historical Society.

²Stephen F. Austin State University General Bulletin. Stephen F. Austin University Press, 2003.

Turner, Martha Anne. Old Nacogdoches in the Jazz Age. Madrona Press, Inc. 1976.


7Center for East Texas Studies.

10"Durst-Taylor House,Sampler Article-Phillips-Corbin.pdf."

6"Fredonian Rebellion". s.v. Handbook of Texas Online

1Handbook of Texas Online.

Nacogdoches the Oldest Town in Texas.

9Notes from the Azalea Society of America

4Rock Springs Presbyterian Church.

3Ruby Mize Azalea Garden.

14Sea Fever+John

Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

19Wikpedia Free Enclyclopeda.


22A State of Texas Historical Commission Plaque.


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(Folk Culture)
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(Scenes from the Multicultural Festival)
(Images, Displays, Reflections in Downtown Historic Nacogdoches)
(Rural and Community Churches in Historic Nacogdoches County, Texas)
(The Magnolia Collection of Mize Azalea Collection)
(Mize Azalea Garden)
(La Nana Creek Trail)
(Pecan Acres Park on a Foggy Winter Morning
(Banita Park North)
(Pictures of Chireno, Texas)
(Pictures of Cushing, Texas)
(Oak Grove Cemetery)
(Monument Inscriptions at Oak Grove)