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  • Pancho Villa and the Border Revolution 

    West Texas Collection (2014-01-25)
    Material pertains to Pancho Villa and the Border Revolution including books, periodicals, maps, manuscripts, lantern slides, music and post cards covering all aspects of the military operation including first use of military ...
  • Patterns of genetic diversification in a widespread species of bat, Molossus molossus 

    Lindsey, Laramie Louise (2014-05-02)
    The taxonomy and evolutionary relationships of the velvety free-tailed bat, Molossus molossus, from Central and South America has long been debated. Within this species, and in fact the entire genus Molossus, specimens ...
  • Perspective is Everything: How to Integrate Template and Tools to Meet Online Accessibility 

    Morris, Natasha (2015-04-06)
    Increasing the access to higher education through online programs has not necessarily guaranteed equal access for all students. Institutions face the challenge of meeting the needs of students with disabilities. Not only ...
  • Phylogenetic relationships of five members of the family Vespertilionidae (Chiroptera) from Malaysian Borneo 

    Pacheco, Pablo Ricardo Rodriguez (2013-05-24)
    Several studies have been conducted to refine the historically unclear phylogeny of chiropterans within the family Vespertilionidae. However, the phylogenetic affinities of some taxa remain poorly resolved. My objective ...
  • Phylogeography of the cottonmouth, Agkistrodon piscivorus, using AFLP and venom protein profiles. 

    Strickland, Jason L. (2011-05-25)
    The objective of this study was to examine population structure in cottonmouths (Agkistrodon piscivorus) using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) and compare genetic and venom protein profiles in Texas. AFLP ...
  • Pocahontas Chapter, DAR Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
    The Pocahontas Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was founded by Mrs. Penrose Ions in 1910. Mrs. Ions was one of the first 500 women in the United States to become a member when the DAR was founded in ...
  • Poll Tax Records of Irion County Texas 1913-1963 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
    The collection contains photocopied poll tax records; some of the areas covered include Mertzon, Arden, Barnhart, Irion City, and Sherwood.
  • Preliminary Review : Current Range of the Threatened Bunched Cory Cactus in Defining Potential Habitat 

    Frisch, Alyson (2015)
    The Bunched Cory Cactus (Cactaceae; Coryphantha ramillosa ssp. ramillosa) is a threatened species limited in the U.S. to the lower canyons of the Rio Grande in Brewster and Terrell Counties. Minimal information is known ...
  • Prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of Salmonella spp. in sheep fecal and hide samples before and after transportation 

    Bruha, Whitney (2013-06-06)
    Two hundred feedlot hair sheep (100/trial) were surveyed to determine the incidence of Salmonella spp. in fecal and hide samples before transportation and the incidence in hide samples after transportation. Microbroth ...
  • Prevalence of antibiotic resistant pathogens in feral hogs of Texas 

    Nevins, Jaron W. (2011-08-29)
    Fecal samples from feral hogs were collected (n=36) from four locations in Texas including Runnels, Haskell, Crane, and Sutton counties. Samples were analyzed for Escherichia coli populations, Salmonella spp. and Listeria ...
  • Probandt Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
    The collection includes two leather-bound ledgers dated 1891-1895, possibly from related to the business of Felix Probandt, an early San Angelo merchant. Each ledger lists customers whose names are included in the finding aid.
  • Ralph Preston Fairbanks Art Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
    Ralph Preston Fairbanks (1931-1990), the owner of the art collection, was actively involved with Fort Concho and the Tom Green County Historical Commission. The collection contains 10 pieces of artwork: 6 watercolors by ...
  • Ray B. Johnston Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2014-01-25)
    Ray B. Johnston was born in Bryan, Texas on December 25, 1892, and moved to San Angelo when he was eight years old. He worked as a farmer in Irion County. Following a drop in crop prices at the Santa Fe RR freight warehouse. ...
  • Remembering Through Relational Experience: Family Construction of Memory in Sexual Assault 

    Moeller, Lauren Shay
    In this thesis, I inquire into the stories and memories of my family and myself, all of whom have experienced sexual assault and remained silent about our experiences. I seek to recognize how our memories and stories are ...
  • Responses by the United States Government to International Human Rights Abuses 

    Adams, Abigail D.
    The questions of why and how the US responds to international human rights abuses are complex and multifaceted. Policy decisions regarding Nigeria, North Korea, and Syria all condemn abuses and demand that those responsible ...
  • Robert and Nona Carr Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    Robert G. Carr (1895-1978) was an oil operator and a member of the U.S. Air Force, serving in both world wars and instrumental in bringing Goodfellow Air Force Base to San Angelo in 1940. Robert and Nona Carr were longtime ...
  • Robert T. Neill Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
    Robert T. Neill (1879-1962) was the U.S. Commissioner in San Antonio, the assistant district attorney in El Paso, and an attorney with the Justice Department in Washington D.C. He later worked as a defense attorney, ...
  • Ron and Barbara Thompson Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-10)
    Dr. and Mrs. Thompson donated a book on the oil and gas industry which was placed in Closed Stacks. In addition, the collection contains a scrapbook kept by Mrs. Thompson’s mother and containing information on old homes ...
  • San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
    The San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc., was organized in 1972. The collection consists of papers, photographs, and scrapbooks containing SAG&HS and San Angelo genealogical and historical information.
  • Scanning social networking sites as part of a hiring process 

    Fowler, Kevin Michael (2013-08-16)
    This study examined the relationship between personality ratings based on Facebook profiles and ratings of favorability for hire (FFH) for mock “applicants”. The relationship between the amount of Facebook information ...