My latest biography, Tom Sealy, A Man of Action, Fighting for Justice in War and Peace, will be released in electronic and print format by Amazon Press on May 31, 2018.
The Twin Sisters Dance Hall By Patrick Cox, Ph.D.
The historic Twin Sisters Dance Hall south of Blanco, Texas has been a community gathering place and entertainment center since the late 1800's. People are still kicking up their heels and listening to music just as they have done for generations.
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Generations of families and friends have gathered at Schneider Hall for dancing, weddings, parties, speeches, and special occasions for nearly a century. Located three miles south of Columbus, Texas, on Highway 71, Schneider Hall has been a site for gatherings and festivities for young and old and those in between. Read the full article...
Cox: It's time for another Leon Jaworski
The late Houstonian's role in Watergate is a model for special counsel Mueller
as posted in the Houston Chronicle on May 20, 2017
Wimberley's Patrick Cox, writer and historian, is the guest on this episode of Mind-Body Talks.
Ask a consulting historian: Patrick Cox
20 February 2017
Patrick Cox, Ph.D., is an award-winning, nationally recognized historian, author, and conservationist. A sixth-generation Texan who resides with his wife Brenda in Wimberley, Texas, he is president of Patrick Cox Consultants, LLC. His firm specializes in historical research and projects for individuals, corporations, legal firms, and nonprofit organizations.
Describe how you first became interested in history.
Patrick Cox, Ph.D., is the author or co-editor of five UT Press books, including most recently Writing the Story of Texas, and former assistant director of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the university. Sparked by last week’s events, here he takes a look at the recent history of Texas politics.
'Politics as Usual – A Texas Legacy'
By Patrick Cox