How to Find Us

Here's where you can buy a copy:

 

Amazon.com (includes e-book)


BarnesandNoble.com (includes e-book)

 

Bricks and mortar stores:

 

Houston area:
Barnes and Noble stores located on West Gray; West Holcombe; Baybrook II and  First Colony

River Oaks Bookstore (includes hardback)

 

Outside Houston:

Retreat Hill Cellars (winery) in downtown Montgomery. Click on www.retreathill.com for information on visiting "Houston's Hill Country" and "Napasota", occasionally referred to as Navasota

Martha's Bloomers, Navasota

NEW: Blues Alley, downtown Navasota

 

Contact Us

Historic Houston: How to See It

Lucinda Freeman

 

Email: lucinda.f@earthlink.net

Twitter:

@lucindafreeman (history)

@colorfoodsoul (cooking)

 

Cooking website:

colorfulfoodforthesoul.com

 

Latest News

 

NEW: I'm looking forward to the Burton Cotton Gin Festival, Saturday 4/16/16! I'll have a table; come see me and take a tour of this charming, historic cotton gin.

 

 

NEW: I'm working on a project that retraces El Camino Real de los Tejas, Texas' only National Historic Trail. Photos being added at http://goo.gl/oAyWXt . See Facebook.com/tejastourist.Stay tuned!

 

 

Many thanks to KUHF radio for allowing me to be part of a panel Friday, 10/25/13, promoting the Houston Arts and Media book fair on 11/9 and talking about early Texas history. Here's a replay: https://soundcloud.com/houstonmatters/friday-october-25-2013

 

Many thanks to the Houston Chapter of philanthropic group PEO Int'l, and especially Marybeth, for your warm reception on 10/3!

 

 

 

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