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Publication Date

1986

Publisher

LEBCO Graphics

City

San Antonio, Texas

Keywords

Spanish mission buildings, Texas history

Disciplines

Historic Preservation and Conservation | United States History

Table of Contents

1986 TEXAS SESQUICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION

  • The San Antonio Missions During the Texas Revolution
  • San Antonio Missions Declared Property of the Church by The Republic of Texas

PRESENTATIONS MADE AT THE THIRD ANNUAL MISSION RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 1984

  • Welcome and Amenities
  • The San Antonio Missions National Historical Park: Highlights in Administration, 1978-1985
  • Our Lady of the Lake University and Historical Preservation: A Tradition of Support for the San Antonio Missions
  • Mission Colonial Influence on Architectural Design in Contemporary San Antonio
  • The Franciscan Experience in the Missions of Primeria Alta, 1767-1921
  • Eraclito Lenarduzzi and the Restoration of the San Jose Mission Facade in 1947: The Man and His Mission
  • The Indians of the San Antonio Missions: Their Origin and Acculturation
  • The Influence of the Beef Industry at the Spanish Missions in Texas on the Colonial American Revolution
  • A Progress Report on the New Handbook: Gathering Information on the Missions and Texas Heritage in General
  • Archeological Investigation and Findings at the San Antonio Missions: An Overview
  • Past and Present Perspectives on the Texas Missions

PRESENTATIONS MADE AT THE FOURTH ANNUAL MISSION RESEARCH CONFERENCE, 1985

  • Introductory Remarks
  • Indians and Missionaries of the Southwest During the Spanish Years: Cross Cultural Perceptions and Misperceptions
  • An Architectural Overview of the Spanish Missions of Texas
  • Thirty Years of Service; Harvey Smith and Restoration of the San Antonio Missions, 1934-1964
  • Distant Roots of the Texas Mission Tradition

Proceedings of the 1984 and 1985 San Antonio Missions Research Conferences: commemorative publication 1986 Texas sesquicentennial

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