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    • 11-11-2010

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • DSG legislative report, 1979-12 (Dec)

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • Texas River Cooter - Juvenile

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Turtle; Turtles; Emydid; Emydids; Cooters
    • The Texas River Cooter is a freshwater turtle that prefers slow-moving rivers and creeks. Hatchling turtles are mostly carnivorous, living on a diet of aquatic invertebrates and small fish, but will incorporate more vegetative matter in their diet...
    • Pine Log, 2013-04-29

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2012-04-23

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-10-09

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and...
    • Pine Log, 2010-09-20

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • 9-20-2010

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Texas School of the Air:

    • Education; Radio broadcasting; Programs; Audiovisual materials; Teaching; Adult education
    • Network of Stations; Week of the Texas School of the Air; Classroom Radio Series; Stories Plus; Open Your eyes; Reading is Adventure; Jobs Ahead; Music is Yours; Bibliography
    • PhotoVoice, Arcadia, Golda Emanis Punkoney

    • Memorial works; Reminiscing;
    • This project involved the use of photovoice. In photovoice, volunteers are given cameras and journals and asked to respond to guiding questions through both photography and text. This method, as used here, allows for the collection of personal...
    • Bone Letter, June 8, 1862

    • Military life; Health; Military medicine; Military hospitals; Civil War; Family; Military personnel
    • Camp Young. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he has been ordered to Tyler which pleases him, many men are sick at his camp, hospital provisions are scarce, many men in the hospital in town are dying from neglect, soldiers are demoralized and wickedness abounds.
    • Bone Letter, June 15, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Medicine; Civil War; Family
    • Camp Young. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is preparing to move to Tyler and will stop by home on his way, not much sickness in camp except for measles and mumps.
    • Bowers Letterbook, Volume 5

    • Correspondence; Laws; Slavery; Civil War; Business & finance; Politics & government
    • Letterbook. Personal correspondence of J. J. Dennis, mostly to his wife in Ohio relating conditions in Texas. Correspondence of Bowers, business and personal, re: politics, the secession, Sam Houston (as Governor), Civil War, Baptist Church, slave...
    • Bowers Letterbook, Volume 2

    • Correspondence; Cortina War; Business & finance
    • Some business correspondence; mostly personal correspondence re: the death of a friend, experiences on arriving in Texas, women's fashions, social customs, agriculture, Cortina War of 1859, politics; letters "to the Editor" on Indians and...
    • Bowers Letterbook, Volume 4

    • Correspondence; Business & finance; Civil War; Laws
    • Letterbook. Mostly business correspondence relating to lawsuits, land, Indian troubles, Texas Rangers. Letters from Bowers to Dennis, who returned to Cincinnati, Ohio. Drought of 1860, depression and inflation in Texas. Indexed. January 23, 1860 -...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Amphibian; Frogs; Clark's Tree Frog; Tree frogs
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Millk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Snake; Pit vipers; Venomous; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Western Lesser Siren

    • Amphibians; Sirens; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • The Lesser Siren is an aquatic salamander that lives in marshes, ponds, and swamps. It lacks rear legs and has four toes on each front limb. Lesser Sirens feed mostly on invertebrates such as worms and snails, but have also been known to gulp...
    • Southern Redback Salamander

    • Salamanders; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Southern Redback Salamander inhabits moderately dry hardwood forests, usually beneath rocks and woody debris to retain moisture and remain hidden. This salamander lives on a diet of mostly ants and beetles but will also eat snails, worms,...
    • Texas Night Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Non-venomous
    • The Texas Night Snake occupies somewhat arid regions in rocky or sandy habitats where it feeds primarily on lizards. As suggested by its name, the Texas Night Snake is mostly nocturnal. This snake possesses a mild venom used for subduing its...
    • Texas Night Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids
    • The Texas Night Snake occupies somewhat arid regions in rocky or sandy habitats where it feeds primarily on lizards. As suggested by its name, the Texas Night Snake is mostly nocturnal. This snake possesses a mild venom used for subduing its...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Kingsnakes; Milksnake; Milksnakes; Colubrids; Non-venomous
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Kingsnakes; Milksnakes; Milksnake; Non-venomous; Colubrids
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Grey Banded Kingsnake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Kingsnakes; Colubrids
    • The Grey-Banded Kingsnake prefers habitats with rocky terrain in the Trans-Pecos/Chihuahuan desert in Southwestern Texas and northern Mexico. Its diet consists of mostly lizards and a few small mammals. Grey-Banded Kingsnakes are often kept as...
    • Grey-Banded Kingsnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The Grey-Banded Kingsnake prefers habitats with rocky terrain in the Trans-Pecos/Chihuahuan desert in Southwestern Texas and northern Mexico. Its diet consists of mostly lizards and a few small mammals. Grey-Banded Kingsnakes are often kept as...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Texas Glossy Snake

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Colubrid; Colubrids; Nonvenomous; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Glossy Snake is a nocturnal snake that vibrates its tail when threatened in imitation of venomous rattlesnakes, but is in fact harmless to humans. It feeds mostly on small mammals and lizards. The Glossy Snake prefers to live in sandy arid...
    • Bull Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Animals; Herps
    • The Bull Snake is often mistaken for the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake because of its defensive behavior of hissing and rearing off of the ground in a striking posture. However, the Bull Snake is not venomous and may be distinguished from a...
    • Smallmouth Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders
    • The Smallmouth Salamander gets its name from its small head and mouth relative to other species. It is most often encountered in moist environments under debris near bodies of water. The Smallmouth Salamander mostly feed on small insects and...
    • Eastern Coachwhip Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Non-venomous; Colubrids; Snakes; Reptiles; Reptile; Mimicry
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. This snake prefers moist bottomlands and pine forests. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral...
    • Great Plains Skink

    • Skinks; Reptiles; Lizards; Squamates; Herps
    • The Great Plains Skink ranges from Nebraska to Arizona to Northern Mexico, occupying only the western side of Texas. This skink eats mostly insects and spiders and tends to burrow into loose soil in grassy plain areas. They are also encountered...
    • Eastern Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and...
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Tree frogs; Amphibian
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with good vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Atlantic Green Sea Turtle

    • Turtles; Reptiles; Herps; Animals
    • The Green Sea Turtle is so named because of the green fat and flesh in its body. This turtle is hunted extensively for green turtle soup, featuring its gelatinous calipee, which is a delicacy in several nations. The only known predators of adult...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Tree frogs; Amphibian
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with good vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Tree frogs; Amphibian
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with good vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Cajun Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Treefrogs
    • Chorus Frogs are a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where they feed on insects and spiders. Chorus frogs are mostly nocturnal and are inactive during dry seasons. This frog was previously known as the Upland...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; King snakes; Mimicry; Reptile
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Mediterranean Gecko

    • Lizard; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Geckos
    • The Mediterranean Gecko is mostly nocturnal and is usually seen scaling the walls of buildings at night where it forages for insects. The Mediterranean Gecko is the only gecko in the United States that has elliptical pupils. As suggested by its...
    • Mediterranean Gecko

    • Lizard; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles
    • The Mediterranean Gecko is mostly nocturnal and is usually seen scaling the walls of buildings at night where it forages for insects. The Mediterranean Gecko is the only gecko in the United States that has elliptical pupils. As suggested by its...
    • Rhinoceros Iguana

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Lizard; Lizards; Iguanas
    • The Rhinoceros Iguana is an endangered species threatened by habitat loss and human encroachment within its extremely small range of a few islands in the Caribbean. These iguanas prefer rocky areas and woodland scrub areas in dry environments. ...
    • Western Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Tree frogs; Amphibian
    • Chorus Frogs are a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where they feed on insects and spiders. Chorus frogs are mostly nocturnal and are inactive during dry seasons.
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larva

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larvae

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian; Larva; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larva and Florida Bog Frog

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Frogs; Amphibian; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Ornate Box Turtle

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Turtles; Box turtles; Terrapins; Animals; Herpetology; Herps
    • The Ornate Box Turtle is patterned on both its carapace and plastron. It is mostly found in sandy areas in arid plains and prairies, where it burrows to escape heat. A hinged plastron allows these turtles to completely box themselves into their...
    • Texas Patch-Nosed Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snake; Colubrid; Colubrids; Patch nose; Patchnose
    • The Texas Patch-Nosed Snake is very fast-moving. Its diet consists mostly of lizards, but it will also eat small mammals and other snakes. It occupies a wide variety of habitats, including rocky hillsides, prairies, savannahs, farmlands, and even...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibian; Amphibians; Salamanders
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibian; Amphibians; Salamanders
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibian; Amphibians; Salamanders
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Spotted Salamander

    • Amphibian; Amphibians; Salamanders
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Western Lesser Siren

    • Amphibians; Amphibian; Salamander; Salamanders; Sirens
    • The Lesser Siren is an aquatic salamander that lives in marshes, ponds, and swamps. It lacks rear legs and has four toes on each front limb. Lesser Sirens feed mostly on invertebrates such as worms and snails, but have also been known to gulp large...
    • Western Lesser Siren

    • Sirens; Salamander; Salamanders; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Lesser Siren is an aquatic salamander that lives in marshes, ponds, and swamps. It lacks rear legs and has four toes on each front limb. Lesser Sirens feed mostly on invertebrates such as worms and snails, but have also been known to gulp large...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Great Plains Skink

    • Skinks; Reptiles; Lizards; Squamates; Herps
    • The Great Plains Skink ranges from Nebraska to Arizona to Northern Mexico, occupying only the western side of Texas. This skink eats mostly insects and spiders and tends to burrow into loose soil in grassy plain areas. They are also encountered...
    • Cajun Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Treefrogs
    • Chorus Frogs are a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where they feed on insects and spiders. Chorus frogs are mostly nocturnal and are inactive during dry seasons. This frog was previously known as the Upland...
    • Cajun Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Treefrogs
    • Chorus Frogs are a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where they feed on insects and spiders. Chorus frogs are mostly nocturnal and are inactive during dry seasons. This frog was previously known as the Upland...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian; Amplexus
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Kingsnakes; Mimicry; Reptile; Colubrid; Squamate; Squamates; Herpetology; Herps; Herp
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Squamates
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Squamates
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Mississippi Green Water Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Watersnake; Watersnakes; Snakes; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Squamate; Squamates
    • The Mississippi Green Water Snake is usually found basking on the edges of quiet bodies of water, including lakes, ponds, and swamps. It feeds mostly on aquatic and semi-aquatic prey such as fish, salamanders, tadpoles, and frogs.
    • Smallmouth Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • The Smallmouth Salamander gets its name from its small head and mouth relative to other species. It is most often encountered in moist environments under debris near bodies of water. The Smallmouth Salamander mostly feed on small insects and...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Squamates
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Cliff Chirping Frog

    • Eleutherodactylus; Frogs; Amphibians; Anurans
    • The Cliff Chirping Frog is a small frog with a flattened body type and green to yellow coloration with brown mottling. It spends a lot of its time hiding in rock crevices in rocky areas of central and western Texas. The Cliff Chirping Frog eats...
    • Brown Anole

    • Reptiles; Squamates; Lizards; Anoles; Anolis; Animals; Herps
    • The Brown Anole is native to Cuba and the Bahamas. It has been introduced in the United States and is relatively common in areas of the southeastern United States and Hawaii. It is a common sight on the walls of apartment complexes, large houses,...
    • Great Plains Skink

    • Skinks; Reptiles; Lizards; Squamates; Animals; Herps
    • The Great Plains Skink ranges from Nebraska to Arizona to Northern Mexico, occupying only the western side of Texas. This skink eats mostly insects and spiders and tends to burrow into loose soil in grassy plain areas. They are also encountered...
    • Eastern Collared Lizard

    • Lizards; Reptiles; Squamates; Iguanidae
    • The Eastern Collared Lizard is often seen sunning on rocks throughout semi-arid to arid regions of the southwestern United States. The diet of Eastern Collared Lizards consists mostly of insects and spiders, but larger individuals have also been...
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Tree; Treefrog; Treefrogs; Amphibian; Anuran; Anurans
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with abundant vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Tree; Treefrog; Treefrogs; Amphibian; Anuran; Anurans
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with abundant vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Kenyan Sand Boa

    • Eryx; Snakes; Snake; Boas; East; African; Boid; Boids; Squamate; Squamates; Reptile; Reptiles; Non-venomous
    • The Kenyan Sand Boa prefers sandy soils in desert to semi-desert environments in northern Africa. Its diet consists mostly of rodents, but the sand boa will also consume lizards and birds when opportunity presents itself. Special Thanks: Clint...
    • Kenyan Sand Boa

    • Eryx; Snakes; Snake; Boas; East; African; Boid; Boids; Squamate; Squamates; Reptile; Reptiles; Non-venomous
    • The Kenyan Sand Boa prefers sandy soils in desert to semi-desert environments in northern Africa. Its diet consists mostly of rodents, but the sand boa will also consume lizards and birds when opportunity presents itself. Special Thanks: Clint...
    • Texas Night Snake

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Squamate; Squamates
    • The Texas Night Snake occupies somewhat arid regions in rocky or sandy habitats where it feeds primarily on lizards. As suggested by its name, the Texas Night Snake is mostly nocturnal. This snake possesses a mild venom used for subduing its prey,...
    • Texas Glossy Snake

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Colubrid; Colubrids; Nonvenomous; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Glossy Snake is a nocturnal snake that vibrates its tail when threatened in imitation of venomous rattlesnakes, but is in fact harmless to humans. It feeds mostly on small mammals and lizards. The Glossy Snake prefers to live in sandy arid...
    • Texas Tortoise

    • Sauropsida; Sauropsid; Sauropsids; Turtles; Turtle; Tortoises; Reptile; Reptiles; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Texas Tortoise is classified as a threatened species in Texas. Its range in the United States is very limited, including only the south-central portion of Texas and extending south into northern Mexico. The Texas Tortoise is mostly vegetarian...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and...
    • Smallmouth Salamander

    • Herps; Herpetology; Salamanders; Amphibian; Amphibians
    • The Smallmouth Salamander gets its name from its small head and mouth relative to other species. It is most often encountered in moist environments under debris near bodies of water. The Smallmouth Salamander mostly feed on small insects and...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and...
    • Smallmouth Salamander

    • Herps; Herpetology; Salamanders; Amphibian; Amphibians
    • The Smallmouth Salamander gets its name from its small head and mouth relative to other species. It is most often encountered in moist environments under debris near bodies of water. The Smallmouth Salamander mostly feed on small insects and...
    • Mississippi Green Water Snake

    • Herps; Herpetology; Snake; Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Watersnake; Watersnakes
    • The Mississippi Green Water Snake is usually found basking on the edges of quiet bodies of water, including lakes, ponds, and swamps. It feeds mostly on aquatic and semi-aquatic prey such as fish, salamanders, tadpoles, and frogs.
    • Northern Cricket Frog

    • Herps; Herpetology; Frog; Frogs; Anuran; Anurans; Amphibian; Amphibians
    • Cricket frogs are usually found in shallow, slow-moving bodies of water with abundant vegetative cover. These frogs are mostly arboreal and prefer a diet of small insects, including mosquitoes.
    • Mississippi Green Water Snake

    • Herps; Herpetology; Snake; Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Watersnake; Watersnakes
    • The Mississippi Green Water Snake is usually found basking on the edges of quiet bodies of water, including lakes, ponds, and swamps. It feeds mostly on aquatic and semi-aquatic prey such as fish, salamanders, tadpoles, and frogs.
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Squamates; Herps
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Eastern Hognose Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Squamates; Herps
    • The hognose snake is a relatively harmless colubrid snake that can be distinguished from other snakes by its upturned snout and by its notorious bluffing behaviors. When disturbed, hognose snakes tend to inflate their heads, hiss loudly, and strike...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Kingsnakes; Mimicry; Reptile; Colubrid; Squamate; Squamates; Herpetology; Herps; Herp
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Northern Cat-eyed Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Racers; Colubrids; Snake; Squamate; Squamates; Herpetology; Herp; Herps
    • The Northern Cat-eyed Snake is protected in Texas as a threatened species. It is mildly venomous and in the United States only occurs in extreme southern Texas. Its range beyond the United States extends into Mexico to Veracruz and Hidalgo. An...
    • Texas Tortoise

    • Sauropsida; Sauropsid; Sauropsids; Turtles; Turtle; Tortoises; Reptile; Reptiles; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Texas Tortoise is classified as a threatened species in Texas. Its range in the United States is very limited, including only the south-central portion of Texas and extending south into northern Mexico. The Texas Tortoise is mostly vegetarian...
    • Brown Anole

    • Reptiles; Squamates; Lizards; Anoles; Anolis; Animals; Herps
    • The Brown Anole is native to Cuba and the Bahamas. It has been introduced in the United States and is relatively common in areas of the southeastern United States and Hawaii. It is a common sight on the walls of apartment complexes, large houses,...
    • Atlantic Green Sea Turtle - Effects of Pollution

    • Turtles; Reptiles; Animals; Herps; Endangered amphibians
    • This is an excellent example of how even the smallest piece of litter can cause major problems. The turtle in this photograph died after becoming entangled in discarded fishing line. The line constricted movement of the front flippers and...
    • Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

    • Snakes; Rattlers; Reptiles; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake occupies dry areas in the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico where is feeds mostly on small mammals. Like all rattlesnakes, the Western Diamondback has a venomous bite, the symptoms of which become...
    • Great Plains Skink

    • Skinks; Reptiles; Lizards; Squamates; Herps
    • The Great Plains Skink ranges from Nebraska to Arizona to Northern Mexico, occupying only the western side of Texas. This skink eats mostly insects and spiders and tends to burrow into loose soil in grassy plain areas. They are also encountered...
    • Bull Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Animals; Herps
    • The Bull Snake is often mistaken for the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake because of its defensive behavior of hissing and rearing off of the ground in a striking posture. However, the Bull Snake is not venomous and may be distinguished from a...
    • Ornate Box Turtle

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Turtles; Box turtles; Terrapins; Animals; Herpetology; Herps
    • The Ornate Box Turtle is patterned on both its carapace and plastron. It is mostly found in sandy areas in arid plains and prairies, where it burrows to escape heat. A hinged plastron allows these turtles to completely box themselves into their...
    • Desert Kingsnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Squamates; Colubrids; Herps; Kingsnakes
    • The Desert Kingsnake can be found in arid regions of Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas. Its diet consists mostly of small reptiles (including other snakes), eggs, rodents, small birds, and amphibians.
    • Texas Horned Lizard

    • Iguanid; Iguanids; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Horny toad; Horny toads
    • The Texas Horned Lizard is native to desert and semi-arid regions of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Its diet consists mostly of harvester ants but the horned lizard will also incorporate beetles and...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Texas Glossy Snake

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Colubrid; Colubrids; Nonvenomous; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Glossy Snake is a nocturnal snake that vibrates its tail when threatened in imitation of venomous rattlesnakes, but is in fact harmless to humans. It feeds mostly on small mammals and lizards. The Glossy Snake prefers to live in sandy arid...
    • Texas Horned Lizard

    • Iguanid; Iguanids; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Horny toad; Horny toads
    • The Texas Horned Lizard is native to desert and semi-arid regions of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Its diet consists mostly of harvester ants but the horned lizard will also incorporate beetles and...
    • Texas Horned Lizard

    • Iguanid; Iguanids; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Horny toad; Horny toads
    • The Texas Horned Lizard is native to desert and semi-arid regions of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Its diet consists mostly of harvester ants but the horned lizard will also incorporate beetles and...
    • Texas Horned Lizard

    • Iguanid; Iguanids; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Horny toad; Horny toads; Herps; Herpetology; Animals
    • The Texas Horned Lizard is native to desert and semi-arid regions of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Its diet consists mostly of harvester ants but the horned lizard will also incorporate beetles and...
    • Spotted Salamander Egg Mass

    • Herps; Herpetology; Amphibian; Amphibians; Salamanders; Caudate; Caudates; Animals; eggs; metamorphosis
    • The Spotted Salamander is a species of mole salamander found in the Eastern United States and Canada. Spotted salamanders are easy to distinguish from other salamanders by the two rows of yellow to yellowish orange spots that run down its dorsal...
    • Black Spiny-tailed Iguana

    • Animals; Herps; Lizards; Iguanas; Squamates; Reptiles; Ctenosaura
    • The Black Spiny-tailed Iguana is native to Mexico and Central America but introduced populations have established themselves on the Florida coast and surrounding islands. These iguanas spend much of their time basking on rocks. Although they...
    • Eastern Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Snake; Rattlesnakes; Camouflage; Pit vipers; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Venomous; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Eastern Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Eastern Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Western Coachwhip Snake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Snakes; Nonvenomous; Coachwhips; Colubrid; Colubrids; Coach; Whip; Whips; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The coachwhip snake is a non-venomous colubrid typically encountered in open grassland or lightly forested habitats. They are slender and fast-moving and tend to dash for cover when approached by potential threats. Coachwhips are diurnal and mostly...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; King snakes; Mimicry
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Camouflage; Pit vipers; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Venomous; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Louisiana Milk Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Kingsnakes; Mimicry
    • The Louisiana Milk Snake eats mostly lizards, newborn mice, and other snakes. The coloration and banding pattern of the Louisiana Milk Snake is said to mimic that of the venomous Texas Coral Snake. Red bands are bordered by black bands in Milk...
    • Painted Desert Glossy Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids
    • The Glossy Snake feeds on small mammals and lizards in sandy plains and deserts. It is non-venomous and mostly forages for its prey at night. While generally considered harmless, this snake may bite when handled.
    • Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

    • Snakes; Rattlers; Reptiles; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake occupies dry areas in the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico where is feeds mostly on small mammals. Like all rattlesnakes, the Western Diamondback has a venomous bite, the symptoms of which become...
    • Black and white photographs from February 1961

    • Photographs; Women; Winter; Snow; Dogs; Airplanes; Airports; Trees; Architecture; Houses; Fur coats; Fire hydrants; Gloves; Automobiles; Buildings; Shovels; Purses; Fences; Electric lines; Shrubs; Columns; Doors & doorways; Boots; Benches; Windows;...
    • Twelve black and white photographs developed in February 1961. They are mostly of a woman or women wearing fur coats outside in the snow. Pictures were taken by airplanes at the airport, in front of a car or building covered in snow. Some pictures...
    • European Unknown Mountains

    • Landscape photographs; Mountains; Snow;
    • Photograph taken in Europe in the mid-1970s. The photograph is a landscape with mountains which contain some snow on their peaks. The ground is covered mostly with brown grass and small rocks. In the foreground is a small dirt track or road. ...
    • Chrisman, Illinois City Park

    • Parks; Trees; City & town life; Cities & towns; Recreation; Land use; Leisure; Postcards;
    • A black and white postcard of City Park in Chrisman, Illinois. The photograph features mostly trees and grassy area with unrecognizable buildings in the far background.
    • A Family Reunion

    • Family; Families; Photographs; Photography; Automobiles; Reunions; Group portraits;
    • A group photograph taken outside at the base of a large tree. There are twenty-six individuals in the photo, mostly middle-aged and older adults, both male and female. They are all dressed formally and most of the women are wearing hats. In the...
    • Two Little Friends

    • Children; Childhood & youth; Children's clothing & dress; Houses; Suburban life; Trees; Fences; Friendship;
    • A photograph of Anne Thomas (possibly) as a toddler with a young boy a few years older than her on the left. They are wearing heavy coats and hats or hoods sitting on the grass in front of a house. The house is mostly hidden behind a tall tree,...
    • Baptisms Down by the River

    • Churches; Baptisms; Water; Waterways; Water holes; Religion; Religious communities; Religious meetings;
    • A faded and torn photograph of a larger group of people gathered along the banks of a river, pond, or lake. They are all dressed in their Sunday church clothes (mostly white clothes). There is a group of nineteen people who are waist-deep in the...
    • Mrs. Thomas Travels to the Middle East 1983

    • Landscape photographs; Merchants; Merchandise exchanges; Mercantile facilities; Meadows; Markets; People associated with religion; People associated with manual labor; People associated with agriculture; People; Agriculture; Architecture;...
    • Mrs. Thomas took 104 photographs while traveling to the Middle East in 1983. They are mostly of landscapes, people, animals, and buildings.
    • 1917-1918 Graduation Journal of Lera Millard

    • Scrapbooks; Schools; Football; Social life; Correspondence; Graduation ceremonies; Education; Sports; Students; Student organizations; Recreation; Young adults; Youth; Baseball; Architecture; Travel; Photograph albums; Photographs; Buildings;...
    • This is a published graduation journal for Lera Millard's senior year of high school, 1917 to 1918. It has a collection of classmate pictures and her activities during her last year of high school. "The Girl Graduate Hier Own Book" designed and...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 21

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 20

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recoreded in it's city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 17

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 19

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in it's city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 14

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Pine Log, 2012-09-10

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-02-25

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    • Pine Log, 2012-12-06

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    • Pine Log, 2012-04-30

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    • Pine Log, 2011-02-07

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    • Pine Log, 2012-11-15

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    • Pine Log, 2011-02-10

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    • Pine Log, 2011-11-10

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    • Pine Log, 2012-10-18

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    • Pine Log, 2012-02-13

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    • Pine Log, 2013-02-04

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    • Pine Log, 2012-10-04

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    • Pine Log, 2011-04-28

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    • Pine Log, 2013-01-28

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    • Pine Log, 2011-10-17

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    • Pine Log, 2012-03-08

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    • Pine Log, 2011-12-05

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    • Pine Log, 2011-09-12

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    • Pine Log, 2012-04-26

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    • Pine Log, 2013-04-11

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    • Pine Log, 2013-09-18

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    • Pine Log, 2013-09-11

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    • Pine Log, 2011-03-24

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    • Pine Log, 2011-03-10

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    • Pine Log, 2014-04-02

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    • 10-18-2010

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    • 10-21-2010

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    • 11-01-2010

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    • 12-2-2010

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    • 3-10-2011

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    • 3-24-2011

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    • 4-11-2011

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    • 9-23-2010

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    • Pine Log, 2012-02-27

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    • Pine Log, 2010-10-21

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...

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