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Texas Almanac 2012-2013


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ELIZABETH CRUCE ALVAREZ is a journalist and editor who has worked in both newspaper and textbook publishing. She lives in Southlake, Texas. She has served as Texas Almanac editor since 2002.
Journalist and editor ROBERT PLOCHECK is a native of Houston who was raised in Damon and now lives in Denton. He has worked as the Almanac's associated editor since 1994.


"Texas Almanac is a full-service reference work on just about anything connected to the Lone Star State. At 736 pages . . . the almanac has 295 color maps (254 of those are of Texas' counties) and 342 color photographs." -- Mike Cox, Texana writer-- (07/10/2011)

"For those who like the serendipity of browsing through a handsomely presented book, one that fits in the glove compartment or backpack, the published edition [of the Texas Almanac] offers its pleasures." -- Mark Busby, coeditor, Texas Books in Review--Mark Busby"Texas Books in Review" (01/01/2012)

"It's good to have an official Texas Almanac. It settles arguments. . . . It amazes us with long-forgotten facts. . . . It reminds us of well-known, as well as not-so-known official facts about our state." -- Rick Smith, San Angelo Standard-Times-- (11/17/2009)

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