Here is another great resource I received from TXPALOPI @rootsweb.com.
North Texas State University, now UNT has developed an outstanding
historical resource center.
The Portal to Texas History contains digitized collections from over 100
Texas libraries, archives, genealogical and historical societies.
Educators, family history researchers, and historians will be particularly interested
in the exciting new features recently released!
Please explore the Portal and take a few minutes to complete a brief
Just select *Brief Survey* on Portal pages!
Portal to Texas History: http://texashistory.unt.edu/
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Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 13:30:35 EDT
Subject: Re: [TXBOSQUE] 2008 e-mail from you from wyly1(a)juno.com
Waco is having a geneology lock in at the main library Oct 30, 09 at
The Geneaology Department is still in the basement of the Waco-
McClennan county library on Austin Avenue. Plans are for it to move to
the Dunlap's store site which was once part of the Lake Air Mail off
Valley Mills Drive on Bosque Blvd. It will be part of the enlarged R.B.
Hoover branch Library in Waco. the Hoover Library has several computers
which are on line to some Records not on the Internet otherwise . If you
are doing geneaology Research also check the Bosque County Library on
old Clifton College campus .I bought a book there called JUANA, about
Juana Cavasos Bernard, wife of George Bernard of Glen Rose, Texas. She
was born on a Spanish Land Grant and captured by Comanches and was later
traded to Torey's Trading House Creek frontier store near Waco