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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • American Bullfrog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Herps; Animals
    • Bull Frogs are native to the eastern United States and occur in most permanent or semi-permanent bodies of water. The Bull Frog is a voracious predator and will consume most anything smaller than it. The Bull Frog has been introduced into several...
    • American Bullfrog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Anurans; Bullfrogs
    • Bull Frogs are native to the eastern United States and occur in most permanent or semi-permanent bodies of water. The Bull Frog is a voracious predator and will consume most anything smaller than itself. The Bull Frog has been introduced into...
    • American Bullfrog

    • Herps; Frogs; Anurans; Amphibians; Bullfrogs; Lithobates
    • Bull Frogs are native to the eastern United States and occur in most permanent or semi-permanent bodies of water. The Bull Frog is a voracious predator and will consume most anything smaller than itself. The Bull Frog has been introduced into...
    • American Bullfrog and Red-eared Sliders

    • Animals; Herps; Frogs; Anurans; Amphibians; Bullfrogs; Lithobates; Turtles; Reptiles; Emydids; Sliders (Turtles)
    • Bull Frogs are native to the eastern United States and occur in most permanent or semi-permanent bodies of water. The Bull Frog is a voracious predator and will consume most anything smaller than itself. The Bull Frog has been introduced into...
    • Thomas Letters, September 30, 1916

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Studying; Social life; Eating & drinking; Courtship;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert had received a letter and package containing candy from Lera. Describes the food that they serve the students at Rice Institute. He calls his dormitory room the "bull pin." Albert says that he has...
    • Pine Log, 2013-03-04

    • 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...
    • Pierce Letter

    • Vietnam War; Military life; Soldiers; War casualties; Military service; Drug abuse;
    • Bob to his parents thanking them for the letters and care package that included a radio. He got a Christmas tree which they put up and decorated. He writes about his time left and mentions his 21st birthday.
    • Thomas Letters, April 4, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Sociology;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert saw Alma Gluck perform in Houston. He has been doing extra work for his Sociology class watching people. He mentions having to dress like a mack in order to go to the fifth ward in Houston to...
    • Chronicle Building

    • Newspapers; Buildings; Business districts; Medical offices; Architecture
    • Nacogdoches Chronicle Building, downtown Nacogdoches, Texas; R.W. "Bull" Haltom (1857-1907) and an unknown young girl standing at the door of the Chronicle office. To the left is Dr. Smith standing in the doorway of his office. c. 1900 Gift of...
    • United States

    • Cities & towns; Rivers; Boundaries
    • Map of the United States showing cities and towns. Created by Thomas Starling, published by M. Bull, Holles St., Cavendish Square, London, 1830 (photocopy). Original owned by Marion Viccars, University of Alabama.

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