Ty Cashion Collection

TY Cashion note

Summary: Robert "Ty" Cashion, PhD, is Professor of History at Sam Houston State University. He is the author of several books, including Pigskin Pulpit: A Social History of Texas High School Football Coaches (2006), The New Frontier: A Contemporary History of Fort Worth and Tarrant County (2006) and co-editor of The Human Tradition in Texas. His research interests include the American West, Texas, social history and the Spanish borderlands. He is a member of the Texas Institute of Letters and serves on the editorial board of Sound Historian: The Oral History Journal of Texas. Autographed copies of his books can be found in the Susan Murrin Pritchett Collection. The image shown is a 1999 note to sports writer Dan Jenkins that accompanies the Archives' autographed copy of Pigskin Pulpit.

  • The New Frontier: A Contemporary History of Fort Worth and Tarrant County Commissioned by the Tarrant County Historical Society and the Fort Worth Stockyards Business Association Historical Publishing Network: A division of Lammert Incorporated San Antonio, Texas, 2006
  • The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916. Edited by Dorman H. Winfrey and James M. Day, with an Introduction by Michael L. Tate. Texas State Historical Association, Austin, Texas. 1995. Fred H. and Ella Mae Moore Texas History Reprint Series, No. 15. Five volumes, hardback.
  • Transcriptions in draft of years 1858-1861 of the Jonathan Hamilton Baker Diaries
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