"Traveling Trunk Shows The Heritage Society offers two traveling trunk shows as part of our Community Outreach Program. These programs are popular with schoolchildren and scout groups. Each trunk shows lasts about 50 minutes and costs $50.00 per show. Mileage fees may apply. Shows are presented by our dedicated volunteers.
Pioneer Trunk Show Texas history comes to life with The Heritage Society's Pioneer Trunk Show. Our frontier-clad presenter brings the show to your location. Children learn about the past through three-dimensional historical objects, such as early candle molds and corn husk dolls. This unique learning experience is suited for children ages 8-12 and ties in perfectly with the Texas history curriculum."
RETIRED Texana librarian.
As a child books were important to my family and me. The successful connection of a child with a book, with an imagination or practical solution in tow is a genuine delight.
Will's a former yardkeeper, newspaperboy, school cafeteria aide, bank scullion, newspaper circulation manager, library aide, chair manufacturing line operator, donut cook, short-order cook, floor sweeper, munitions plant quality assurance clerk, substitute preacher, library aide, sawmill hand, teacher of government-English-history-sawmill craftsmanship, nightwatchman, salmon fisherman, cheese plant scullion, library aide, librarian. Lon Morris College, Stephen F. Austin State U., Texas A&I State U., UT Library School. willstexana [at] yahoodotcom
INTERFILING OTHER LISTS Occasionally, the YTR will find a separate list whose citations that will be posted on a one-at-a-time basis with its original content annotation in tact, often with supplementary information. One such case is the DRT Library's 2004 juvenile bibliography of the Alamo and Texas Revolution. Such an interfiling technique will add a structual basis not possible else wise. WH