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Imagine It!

Kudos and Thanks

The development and writing of Imagine It! was a team effort by TBH staff Brett Williams, Clayton Drescher, Susan Dial, and Steve Black along with many organizations and individuals who contributed helpful insights or illustrations. The vivid and evocative scenes of the past and colorful photos of wildlife and plants of the present were provided courtesy of the following:

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department:

Artist Nola Davis—Exhibits and Interpretation Division
Seminole Canyon State Park
Caddoan Mounds State Historical Site
TPWD Photography Division (thanks to Lorene Moore for her thoughtful assistance)

Texas Tech University, Lubbock Lake Landmark

Sculptor Mike O'Brien

Artist Reeda Peel

Artist George Nelson and the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio

Texas Beyond History artist Charles Shaw

Amistad National Recreational Area of the National Park Service

TARL Photographer Milton Bell

United States Department of Agriculture

Panhandle Plains Historical Museum

Denver Public Library, Western History Collection.

Other helpful insights and images were provided by:

Dr. Phil Dering (Texas A&M University), Ken Brown (TARL), Doug Boyd (Prewitt and Associates, Austin), Dr. Richard Stark, Dr. David Hughes (Wichita State University).

Helpful references:

Newcomb, W.W. Jr.
1984 The Indians of Texas. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin Press.

Sturtevant, William C. ed.
2001 Handbook of North American Indians, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

Tull, Delena
1987 A Practical Guide to Edible and Useful Plants. Texas Monthly Press, Austin.



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1 October 2001