Touchstone is the undergraduate research journal of the Walter Prescott Webb Historical Society, the college-level educational program of the Texas State Historical Association. Published annually, its primary focus is the publication of college students' research on Texas history. It also includes articles by Webb Society sponsors on pedagogy in the area of Texas history. Touchstone is published in March each year. Correspondence concerning contributions and all editorial matters should be addressed to the TSHA Educational Services Division. Documentation of sources forTouchstone articles is in accordance with the style adopted by the Texas State Historical Association for the Southwestern Historical Quarterly.

The single-issue price is $10.00.

A cumulative index of Volume I-XXV is now available. This item is a must for any library or collection with a copies of these volumes. Copies can be purchased for $10.00 each.

A limited number of back issues of Touchstone are also available for $10.00 each. Availability of back issues can be determined by downloading the Back Issue Inventory Spreadsheet which is updated quarterly.

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The Honors Program
Lee College
P.O. Box 818
Baytown, Texas 77522

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