Author & Research:
Author, Pasadena, the Early Years and Historic Pasadena, Texas, an Illustrated History. Introduction to Yesteryears in Pasadena, 1895-1941.
Author, numerous historical articles in the Houston (TX) Chronicle, Pasadena (TX) Citizen, Seabrook (TX) Celebration Magazine, Pasadena (TX) Magazine, Pasadena Historical Society Newsletter and The Deaf Smith Register (San Jacinto College). Guest columnist for the Asheville Citizen-Times newspaper in Asheville, NC.
Author, Pasadena and Allen Ranch articles in the New Handbook of Texas (Texas State Historical Association, hardback volumes, companion and on-line versions). Author, "Reassessing the Location of Vince's Bridge: Critical Prelude to the Battle of San Jacinto," Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 112, Number 4, April 2009, pp. 410-427.
Web site author: Pasadena local history (http://www.EarlyTexasHistory.com/Pasadena) and Texas 1836 (http://www.EarlyTexasHistory.com/Tx1836) sites: Facebook sites: C.David Pomeroy, Jr., Pasadena, The Early Years, Pasadena, Texas History and Texas Twin Sister Cannon.
Lecturer: over 200 speeches to area organizations, schools, Lyceum program (San Jacinto College, South) and Evening College (San Jacinto College, Main) course teacher.
Lecturer and tour director: Patriot Scholars program of Bondy Intermediate School (Pasadena I. S. D.). Pasadena, the Early Years as required reading.
Tours of historical sites: "Road to San Jacinto" and "San Jacinto Battleground."
Quoted source on most major historical pieces on Pasadena and the area, appearing in the Houston Chronicle, Pasadena Citizen, and Houston Business Journal.
Contributing author to the San Jacinto College Pasadena History Web site for student education: From Ranching to Industry: a Photo History of Pasadena, Texas. Site being transfered from San Jacinto College to the City of Pasadena.
History Marker Narratives: "Crown Hill Cemetery" and "Vince's Bridge" for Texas Historical Marker. "Pomeroy Homestead" for National Registry of Historical Places marker.
Location scout, "Remembering the Alamo," History Channel
Narrator, Texas Hometown History series, "The History of Pasadena" and "The History of Deer Park."
Narrator, Historic Crown Hill Cemetery in Pasadena, Texas
Interview Subject for local television stations, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel and The Travel Channel on the Battle of San Jacinto.
Pasadena Historical Society, past president and life member
Pasadena Early Settlers Association, past President
Pasadena Historical Museum, past curator and exhibits consultant (& constructor)
San Jacinto Day Foundation: Strawberry Festival, past committee member
Gulf Coast American Heritage Program (San Jacinto College), past officer
Bay Area Heritage Society, past member.
Texas Sesquicentennial Commission of Pasadena, past committee member, 1986
Pasadena Centennial Commission, past Vice-Chairman, 1992-3.
City of Pasadena Historical Commission, committee chairman, 1986-96.
Pasadena Heritage Park/Pomeroy Homestead Steering Committee, former member (donated Pomeroy Homestead and surround land to City in 1986. Principal researcher on the conversion to historical museum)
Harris County Historical Commission, past member
Texas State Historical Association, current member
Governor commissioned Colonel in Texas Army.
Past Chairman, Historical Re-enactment and Living History committee, Brazoria County Historical Museums Stephen F. Austins Austin Town Festival.
Texian Heritage Society, past member
George Ranchs Texian Days, past participant.
San Jacinto Battle Re-enactment, past participant.
San Jacinto Day Events Steering Committee, retired
Primary Archive Photograph Consultant (current), Ch. 8 KUHT-TV (PBS) Houston, Remember When series (since 1997)
Levi Jordan Plantation Historical Society, past member
Certified Alamo re-enactor, past member
Sons of the Republic of Texas, honorary member
San Jacinto Battleground Conservancy, charter member, former Board of Directors, presently Advisory Council.
City of Pasadena: Mayors Certificate of Achievement, Historical Preservation, 1988.
San Jacinto Day Foundation: Historic Preservation Award, 1988.
City of Pasadena: Proclaimed April 15, 1994 as David Pomeroy Day by the Mayor & City Council.
Pasadena Chamber of Commerce (Cultural Arts Committee): Literary Artist of the Year, 1995.
San Jacinto College, Main Campus Library, established the Pomeroy Collection Local History Archives with the research material from the book Pasadena, the Early Years. 1999. Moved to the Pasadena Heritage Park in 2015 to provide better access for researchers. Material added from the book Historic Pasadena, Texas published in 2011.
Cowboy Ranch Cafe: (uses Pasadena, the Early Years as main reference to construction unique local history themes). Footprint and name in concrete as part of exhibits. 1993
Recipient of the first honorary chapter membership given by the San Jacinto Chapter, Chapter No. 1, Son of the Republic of Texas, 1999. Elected for State Honorary Member, 2002.
"Knights of Texas," Texas Army, 2000
"San Jacinto" award by the Descendents of San Jacinto, 2006
"Hero of San Jacinto" by the San Jacinto Battleground Conservancy, 2012
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