The Texian Legacy Association
141 Short St.
Bastrop, Texas 78602
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Welcome to the Texian Legacy Association homepage. Click here to
learn more about the purpose, goals and organization of
the Texian Legacy Association
More Texian Legacy Pages
- Texas History Reading List
reading in Texian History. Also, books I'm lookin' for!"
- Texian Legacy Association List of Events
- "Inquiring minds want to know."
- TLA Market.
Classified Ads to Sutlers to Book Dealers, there's lots to rummage through!"
- TLA Texas History Research Service
- "For folks who want an in-depth answer to their Texas history questions."
- General Historical Information.
- "Articles and information on topics of historical interest."
- Other Places; Other Times
- "Some neighboring
camps you might like to visit and a list of sutlers."
Now, this is a true story (as versus some of the other things you may read at this site): At the last re-enactment at Ft. Martin Scott, in Fredricksburg, one of the Native Americans had brought along her half-grown, full blooded wolf pup. As she was walking the wolf across the parade grounds, a friend of mine overheard a little girl say, "Look, Mommy, a wolf!" Her mother replied, in an omniscient tone, "Don't be silly. That's a dog depicting a wolf!"
After much discussion, we were still not able to figure out how that Chihuahua was operating all those controls inside that wolf suit!!
Sic Semper Texanus
The Texian Legacy Association, is always interested in hearing from folks around the world who are interested in Texas history. Please email us your comments, suggestions, questions and, if you have them, answers.