Pomerosa Press

Publishers of Texas related topics

Making Books the Old Fashioned Way, One Book at a Time

Currently on Vacation, but we will return as soon as a great manuscript comes in.

In the meantime, we are proud to provide the following links:

Pasadena, The Early Years. ** A best selling local history book on Pasadena, Texas, presently out of print.

"Texas Revolution, 1835-36" ** A database and reference on the period including links to educational organizations and Living History groups.

"Living History Activities for Texas, 1822-1845" ** A reference on who is doing what and how to became a better Living Historian.

Texas Tides is collaborative digital project between the East Texas Research Center, The Stone Forth Museum, the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, the Newton Gresham Library and the Huntsville public library. Half of our project is a web site geared for fourth and seventh grade Texas history students and teachers and the other half of the project is a database of over 5,000 digitized primary resources.

"San Jacinto Day Events" ** That's April 21 at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park. In 2004 that will be held on April 24. Be sure to come.

Bibliographies:

John Jenkin's Basic Books of Texas

"Texas Colonial & Republic History Books"

J. Frank Dobie's Guide to Life & Literature of the Southwest

"Galveston Hurricane of 1900"

"Texas Flags"

Biography of C. David Pomeroy, Jr.


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