Texas http://publicradiotulsa.org en "Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" (Encore presentation.) http://publicradiotulsa.org/post/jean-louis-berlandier-and-exploration-northern-mexico-and-texas-encore-presentation <p>(Please note: This interview originally aired earlier this year.) Our guest on this edition of ST is Russell Lawson, a professor of history at Bacone College in Muskogee. Prof. Lawson has written several books on exploration over the years, including "The Land Between the Rivers: Thomas Nuttall's Ascent of the Arkansas, 1819" and "Passaconaway's Realm: Captain John Evans and the Exploration of Mount Washington." Today we're talking about his newest volume, "Frontier Naturalist: Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" (University of New Mexico Press). Tue, 28 May 2013 19:35:51 +0000 Rich Fisher 39869 at http://publicradiotulsa.org "Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" (Encore presentation.) "Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" http://publicradiotulsa.org/post/jean-louis-berlandier-and-exploration-northern-mexico-and-texas <p>Our guest on this edition of ST is Russell Lawson, a professor of history at Bacone College in Muskogee. Prof. Lawson has written several books on exploration over the years, including "The Land Between the Rivers: Thomas Nuttall's Ascent of the Arkansas, 1819" and "Passaconaway's Realm: Captain John Evans and the Exploration of Mount Washington." Today's we're talking about his newest volume, "Frontier Naturalist: Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" (University of New Mexico Press). Fri, 25 Jan 2013 20:25:51 +0000 Rich Fisher 33091 at http://publicradiotulsa.org "Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas" "How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda" http://publicradiotulsa.org/post/how-lone-star-state-hijacked-american-agenda <p>&quot;Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger,&quot; the former President George W. Bush once remarked to an appreciative audience, &quot;which, in Texas, is called &#39;walking.&#39;&quot; It&#39;s pretty clear to just about everyone that the State of Texas sees itself as a breed apart in many ways, and for many reasons; Texans, as a rule, seem to consider their home state an exceptional, singular, not-to-be-messed-with place. Mon, 30 Jul 2012 19:23:34 +0000 Rich Fisher 23187 at http://publicradiotulsa.org "How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda"