Matamoros and the Texas Revolution

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CRAIG H. ROELL is a native of Victoria, Texas, the son of Henry R. and Ruth M. Roell. He earned his MA and PhD in history from the University of Texas at Austin and was Samuel Davis Postdoctoral Fellow in Business History at Ohio State University. Dr. Roell was a Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation Fellow in Texas Studies for the Texas State Historical Association’s New Handbook of Texas project and was the major contributor to TSHA’s The Handbook of Victoria County (1990). His book Remember Goliad! A History of La Bahía (TSHA, 1994) garnered a La Bahía Award from the Sons of the Republic of Texas, honored as the “Best Shorter Work in Texas History of the Year 1995—Outstanding Contribution in the Field of Spanish Colonial Period.” The University of North Carolina Press reissued his earlier book The Piano in America, 1890–1940 (1989), in its Enduring Editions series in 2009. He has contributed articles to The Piano: An Encyclopedia (2003), the Encyclopedia of Chicago (2004), the Encyclopedia of Leadership (2004), and the Encyclopedia of Recreation and Leisure in America (2004). Dr. Roell is Professor of Economic, Business, and Cultural History at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, where he was named Wells/Warren Professor of the Year (2002, 2013), and is profiled in Who’s Who in America, 2011 (2010). He is married to Melinda H. Roell; they have two daughters, soon two sons-in-law, and too many cats.

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