Category Archives: Max Crawford

An Experience at Tule Canyon: Max Crawford and the Comanche

The Llano Estacado is a sea of grass that ebbs and flows for hundreds of miles across the Texas Panhandle. ┬áThe Comanche were the lords of the Texas plains and controlled the area from the late 18th to the latter … Continue reading

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Preliminaries

The preliminary schedule for this month’s Conference on the Sowell Collection is now live. Click the link to find out more about our distinguished guest writers, scholars, and students, what they’ll be presenting, and when it’s all going to take … Continue reading

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