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"MOORE TEXAS"

Texas History Cartoons
by Roger Todd Moore

"Moore Texas" Texas History Cartoons:

  • Houston 1984 11-18-14
  • Christmas Lights 11-12-14
  • Loose Camel 11-4-14
  • Halloween, Texas Pumpkin 10-29-14
  • Uncertain, Texas 10-21-14
  • Cotton Gin 10-15-14
  • Gail Borden 10-8-14
  • Fruitcake Capital 9-24-14
  • Rattlesnake Sacking Contest 9-16-14
  • "Walking the floor over you" 9-9-14
  • Sept. 3, 1838: Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar 9-3-14
  • Mt. Rushmore, Menger Hotel 8-27-14
  • Aug.19, 1886: Indianola 8-19-14
  • Record Heat in Texas 8-13-14
  • Sunday in San Antonio 8-5-14
  • Eating Out 7-22-14
  • First word from the moon 7-16-14
  • Confederacy Signs Treaty 7-10-14
  • July 5 1956 7-3-14
  • Lake Jackson 6-25-14
  • Albany Old Jail 6-18-14
  • One-eyed Men 6-11-14
  • Radio on the Wire 5-28-14
  • Raining Fish 5-21-14
  • April 23, 1936 4-23-14
  • April 18, 1842 4-23-14
  • The 10 Gallon Hat 4-15-14
  • Buffalo Bone Boom 4-9-14
  • Alley Oop 4-1-14
  • March 3-26-14
  • Postage Stamp Mural "Buffalo Hunt" 3-19-14
  • Two Cow Law 3-11-14
  • March 2, 1910 3-5-14
  • Nut River 2-25-14
  • Swords or Spears 2-19-14
  • No Shorts 2-16-14
  • Feb 4 1895 2-16-14
  • Devil's Rope 1-28-14
  • 1882 Capitol 1-7-14
  • 1902 Oil Prices 11-2-13
  • Wind 10-29-13
  • Oct. 21, 1822 - Texas' First Bank 10-21-13
  • Marshall Fire Ant Festival 10-8-13
  • Artist James Swann 10-1-13
  • Arnold Outhouse 9-24-13
  • Horned Toad named "Big Jim" 9-17-13
  • Lord have mercy 9-10-13
  • Sept 9, 1961: Meteorite 9-5-13
  • September 1, a big day in Texas 9-1-13
  • Whiskey Bomb 8-20-13
  • Bulldogging a Steer 8-13-14
  • Aug. 10, 1935: Texas Department of Public Safety 8-6-13
  • Gone to Texas 7-29-13
  • Branding Cattle 7-18-13
  • Amarillo 7-8-13
  • June 26, 1832: Battle of Velasco 6-24-13
  • Hog Heaven 6-18-13
  • Pioneer Happy Meal 6-11-13
  • 1854 Steamer Wreck 6-4-13
  • May 31, 1919: Bomber Wedding 5-28-13
  • May 18, 1977: Socialite and Her Ferrari 5-23-13
  • 1832 - "Play Nice" 5-14-13
  • Texas Jackrabbit 5-8-13
  • 1911: South's first escalator 5-1-13
  • April 21, 1868 Baseball Game on San Jacinto Battlefield 4-22-13
  • April 14, 1847: Santa Anna... 4-16-13
  • April 1, 1833: Santa Anna inaugurated President of Mexico 4-5-13
  • Legislators 3-28-13
  • March 16, 1894: John Wesley Hardin 3-19-13
  • March 6, 1836: The Alamo 3-5-13
  • Feb. 26, 1888, Goddess of Liberty 2-26-13
  • Windmills 2-19-13
  • Feb. 14, 1854 2-13-13
  • 1845 - Admitted to the Union 2-5-13
  • Jan 25, 1878 - UFO 1-21-13
  • Jan 21, 1879 - Richard Hubbard 1-15-13
  • Jan 7, 1899 - Bigfoot Wallace 1-7-13
  • Tumbleweeds 12-21-12
  • 1832 Sam Houston & Francis Scott Key 12-11-12
  • 1956 Texas 12-4-12
  • Texas Town Names 11-27-12
  • Nov. 19, 1969 - Texan on Moon 11-19-12
  • Texas Bigger Than France 11-12-12
  • Texas Pumpkins 10-31-12
  • Big Tex Destroyed by Fire 10-22-12
  • 1952 Texas Governor's Race 10-18-12
  • Oct. 15, 1976 - First VP Debate 10-11-12
  • Oct. 1, 1837 10-1-12
  • Sept. 17, 1875 Indianola 9-19-12
  • J. Frank Dobie 9-12-12
  • Chuckwagon 9-4-12
  • Aug 20, 1866 8-21-12
  • Chili Powder 8-16-12
  • Strongest wind gust in Texas 8-8-12
  • Official Sport of Texas 7-31-12
  • July 25, 1882 - Judge Roy Bean... 7-25-12
  • 2-Alarm Chili 7-19-12
  • July 1925 - Helium 7-11-12
  • Sunniest City in USA 6-26-12
  • Cactus in Texas 6-26-12
  • Colt Revolver 6-15-12
  • Longhorn 5-30-12
  • April 28, 1900 5-9-12
  • Dot, Texas 4-26-12
  • April 10, 1722 - Katankawa Indians 4-18-12
  • "Crazy Water" 4-12-12
  • Mar 27, 1984 3-27-12
  • March 19, 1840 3-14-12
  • Caprock Canyon 3-8-12
  • March 2 - Texas Independence Day 3-2-12
  • Snow Goose 2-27-12
  • Feb. 16, 1926 - Will Rogers 2-22-12
  • February 13, 1991 - Peyote 2-14-11
  • Wolf Brand Chili 1-26-12
  • Plains Indians 1-18-12
  • 1910 - Texas Rangers 1-10-12
  • Bill "Jitterbug" Henderson 12-22-11
  • Round Top SEGAR 12-11-11
  • No Littering 11-28-11
  • Thin Gravy 11-24-11
  • Dead Animal Hauler 11-16-11
  • Shortest River in the U.S. 11-2-11
  • "Come and Take It" Cannon 9-27-11
  • Buck Naked 9-20-11
  • September 4, 1766 8-30-11
  • Aug. 25, 1829 Offer to Buy Texas 8-24-11
  • Rain in Albany 8-11-11
  • July 14, 1918 - Old Glory 7-14-11
  • July 4, 1883 7-4-11
  • Quitaque 6-18-11
  • May 22, 1999 Biggest Pecan Pie 6-2-11
  • "Devil's Dung" 4-27-11
  • April 20, 1836: "Twin Sisters" 4-20-11
  • Texas Born Signers of 1836 Declaration of Independence 4-5-11
  • March 2, 1836 3-2-11
  • Hide Town 2-16-11
  • Feb. 4, 1956 - Snow Storm 2-4-11
  • Jan. 25, 1965 - Lubbock Dust Storm 1-27-11
  • Jan. 23, 1811 - Alamo 1-17-11
  • Jan. 8, 1925 - First Female State Supreme Court 1-12-11
  • 1887 - Singing & Shooting Club 1-5-11
  • December 22, 1996 12-23-10
  • Thinking Man 12-15-10
  • Dec. 10, 1928 - Dan Blocker 12-9-10
  • Worlds Largest Inland Port 11-30-10
  • November 25, 1850 - Compromise of 1850 11-24-10
  • WWII Rationing 11-18-10
  • November 24, 1924 Ma Ferguson 11-10-10
  • Cowboy Lingo 11-3-10
  • October 21, 1822 First Bank 10-27-10
  • Drinking Whisky 10-20-10
  • Tarantula 10-6-10
  • Toffee 9-29-10
  • Seagraves - Overtime 9-15-10
  • Cotton Pickin' 9-8-10
  • Bigfoot in Glen Rose 9-1-10
  • Old Horse 8-25-10
  • Cattail 8-18-10
  • Digging for Spanish Gold 8-11-10
  • August 4, 1978 8-4-10
  • TeePee 8-2-10
  • Bat Bombs 7-28-10
  • Coahuiltecan Indians 7-9-10
  • So Many Immigrants 6-30-10
  • Texas Angus 6-22-10
  • Square Egg 6-16-10
  • Tonkawa Tradition 6-11-10
  • Branding Criminals 6-2-10
  • Drive-In Post Office 5-26-10
  • Galveston 1915 5-11-10
  • April 21, 1836, Santa Anna 4-27-10
  • Cannonballs 4-7-10
  • April 2, 1932: Bill Pickett 3-30-10
  • March 26, 1855 3-23-10
  • Washington County Germans 3-10-10
  • Big Tex 2-24-10
  • Feb 1, 1882 2-7-10
  • January 26, 1839 1-27-10
  • Longhandles 1-19-10
  • Alamo Volunteers 1-11-10
  • December 1777 12-27-10
  • "The Great Western" 12-8-09
  • First Thanksgiving Ever 11-24-09
  • Pork Chops 11-20-09
  • HATAHOE 11-10-09
  • October 31, 1895 10-31-09
  • October 19, 1919 10-23-09
  • October 9, 1844 10-13-09
  • October 7, 1916 10-7-09
  • September 22, 1871 9-22-09
  • September 15, 1829 9-15-09
  • September 10, 1772 9-12-09
  • September 5, 1876 Francis Allen 9-5-09
  • August 25, 1917 Gov. Jim Ferguson 9-1-09
  • August 17, 1786 Davy Crockett 8-23-09
  • August 10, 1909 Howard Hughes 8-13-09
  • August 5, 1961 - Six Flags Over Texas 8-5-09
  • July 30, 1941 7-30-09
  • Karnes Co., 1854 - Rattlesnake 7-28-09
  • Texas Mountains 7-23-09
  • July 6, 1923 7-7-09
  • June 16, 1832 - Velasco 7-1-09
  • Jumano Indians 6-24-09
  • June 11, 1865 6-16-09
  • June 5, 1836 6-11-09
  • May 27, 1957 Buddy Holly 5-26-09
  • Armadillo 5-17-09
  • May 4, 1882 5-7-09
  • April 28, 1933 Carolyn Jones 5-7-09
  • April 23, 1936 Roy Orbison 4-28-09
  • April 15, 1919 4-20-09
  • Mar. 30, 1870 4-12-09
  • Texas Joins Union 3-24-09
  • March: Texas History Month 3-17-09
  • March 1, 1939 3-6-09
  • Feb. 28, 1918 2-27-09
  • Feb. 19, 1846 2-17-09
  • Feb. 8, 1836 2-12-09
  • Feb. 4, 1829 2-7-09
  • Jan. 26, 1839 1-30-09
  • Jan. 16, 1919 1-20-09
  • 1932: Fritos 1-13-09
  • Home Remedies 1-9-09
  • Dec. 25, 1839 1-1-09
  • Dec. 16, 1927 12-15-08
  • Dec. 11, 1835 12-8-08
  • 1894 12-4-08
  • Nov. 23, 1969 11-26-08
  • Nov. 15, 1983 11-19-08
  • Artist Porfirio Salinas 11-19-08
  • Daughters Republic Texas 11-5-08
  • Fence Law 10-30-08
  • Big Bopper 10-23-08
  • Fence Cutting 10-18-08
  • William Brann 10-07-08
  • Explorer Gaspar De Sosa 10-7-08
  • Hurricane 1900 9-13-08
  • Gov's Privy 8-26-08
  • Edwin Moore 8-19-08
  • Arnod Bergmann 8-12-08
  • First Girl Jockey 8-05-08
  • Indian Reservation 7-28-08
  • Jerome Bonaparte 7-24-08
  • August Thielepape 7-17-08
  • Katherine Stinson 7-10-08
  • First Woman Trail Driver 6-30-08
  • Corn Dog 6-26-08
  • JA Ranch 6-19-08
  • Painted Rocks 6-12-08
  • Meteor 6-1-08
  • Border Patrol 5-28-08
  • Historical Markers 5-18-08
  • Drive Thru 5-13-08
  • Governor's Phone 5-8-08
  • Explorer Juan Onate 5-1-08
  • Texas' Triple Crown Winner 4-24-08
  • Texas Shortest Highway 4-17-08
  • Lubbock Goes "Wet" Selling Liquor 4-10-08
  • Mexican State 4-3-08
  • Cow Graffiti 3-27-08
  • Texas' First Chief Executive Officers 3-20-08
  • Canary Islanders 3-13-08
  • Sam Cody 3-06-08
  • Sam Cody 3-06-08
  • Pom-Pon 2-28-08
  • Bessie Coleman 2-21-08
  • Dallas Bluebonnets 2-14-08
  • Mobeetie 2-7-08
  • Ella Behrens 1-31-08
  • Peace Treaty 1-22-08
  • Home Remedy 1-16-08
  • Trinidad Prehistoric Texans 1-8-08
  • Alaska 1-3-08
  • Austin Weird 12-28-07
  • Chewing Gum 12-18-07
  • Cattle Highway 12-11-07
  • Herman Lehman 12-4-07
  • Aggies and Longhorns 11-27-07
  • Eck Robertson 11-20-07
  • Roby's Voting Dog 11-13-07
  • Johnny Ringo 11-6-07
  • First Baseball Game 10-30-07
  • UT Golf Coach Harvey Penick 10-23-07
  • Roaring Ranger 10-16-07
  • Coach Clyde Littlefield 10-9-07
  • "Come and Take It" 10-2-07
  • Texas First TV Station 9-25-07
  • Jamie Stewart Swims Channel 9-18-07
  • East Dallas Chartered 9-11-07
  • Francis Scott Key 9-5-07
  • Allen Brothers 8-28-07
  • BBQ Joints 8-14-07
  • Hamburger 8-7-07
  • Paper Clip 7-31-07
  • Boll Weevil 7-10-07
  • Two Independence Days 7-3-07
  • Hortense Ward 6-25-07
  • Southwest Airline 6-20-07
  • State Treasury Robbed 6-11-07
  • Gated Community 6-4-07
  • Dodge Texan 5-29-07
  • Indecent Exposure 5-22-07
  • Texas Women's Press Association 5-14-07
  • WWII Aggies 5-8-07
  • WWII Balloon Bombs 5-1-07
  • Sarah Seelye> 4-23-07
  • First Transcontinental Flight 4-16-07
  • Victoria Texas 4-9-07
  • Amarillo Junior College 4-3-07
  • Chili 3-26-07
  • Electric Typewriter 2-12-07
  • "Red Rovers" 2-5-07
  • Elizabet Ney 1-30-07
  • The "50 cent" Act 1-23-07
  • Champion Trick Roper 1-15-07
  • This is Flying 1-9-07
  • New Year Roast 1-2-07
  • Christmas Ornament 12-27-06
  • Bobby Layne 12-19-06
  • "Home On the Range" 12-11-06
  • Sam Houston 12-5-06
  • Coffee Substitute 11-28-06
  • Barbed Wire 11-21-06
  • Silver 11-14-06
  • Gail Borden 11-6-06
  • First Postmaster 10-30-06
  • Martin de Leon 10-24-06
  • First "Cowboy Boots" 10-17-06
  • White Buffalo> 10-10-06
  • Texas A and M opens... 10-3-06
  • Stetson Hat 9-26-06
  • 'Winged Bullet' 9-19-06
  • Texas #1 in ... 9-13-06
  • "Cow Servants" 9-6-06
  • Governor's Privy 8-30-06
  • First Telephone Exchange 8-22-06
  • Cowboy Boots 8-17-06
  • Rev. Burrell Cannon 8-10-06
  • Tumbleweed Smith 8-3-06
  • Palo Duro Canyon 7-27-06
  • Bootmaker 7-20-05
  • Mosquito Festival 7-13-06
  • Polo 7-6-06
  • Armadillo 6-29-06
  • Texas State Tree 6-22-06
  • Temple Houston/Billy the' Kid 6-15-06
  • Confederate Woman's Home 6-9-06
  • Reconstruction 6-1-06
  • First Thanksgiving 5-24-06
  • William Ward at a Duel 5-18-06
  • Dan Moody / KKK 5-12-06
  • Abraham Lincoln 5-5-06
  • Morse Offer 4-27-06
  • Champagne at San Jacinto 4-21-06
  • Mirabeau Lamar 4-12-06
  • Texian 4-5-06
  • Texas Rangers Appropriations 3-30-06
  • Sam Houston Veto 3-22-06
  • March 1936 Santa Anna 3-14-06
  • Van Horn Slogan 3-8-06
  • Texas Declaration of Independence 3-1-06
  • Frijole Cookoff in Balmorhea 2-22-06
  • Warring Texas Indians and Prickly Pear 2-15-06
  • Singer Ernest Tubb 2-8-06
  • "Laughing Contest" 2-1-06
  • Bartholomew (Bat) Masterson 1-25-06
  • Edmund Davis 1-18-06
  • Worlds' 1st public air-conditioned building. 1-11-06
  • Pancho Villa 1-3-06
  • Cow Calling Contest 12-22 05
  • Astrodome Turf 12-13-05
  • War Volunteers 12-6-05
  • Rainmaking 11-28-05
  • Ice Factory 11-22-05
  • Cotton 11-15-05
  • Ace Reid 11-8-05
  • War on Poverty 10-31-05
  • Rattlesnake Roundup 10-24-05
  • Hurricane Carla 10-18-05
  • Samuel McCullough 10-11-05
  • Sam Houston Statue 10-4-05
  • Lindbergh lands in Texas 9-29-08
  • John Lomax "Cowboy Songs" 9-19-05
  • Confederate Air Force 9-7-05
  • Lubbock Homesteader 9-1-05
  • Game Preserves
  • Record Moustache
  • Jalapeno Champion
  • Series began mid-August 2005
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    Roger Todd Moore

    Roger T. Moore
    His Texas Calendar website:
    www.texascalendars.com
    Roger Todd Moore is a former editorial cartoonist and advertising agency owner who has been producing his illustrated Texas Calendar since 1998. Raised in the vicinity of Abilene, he owned an advertising agency for 30 years before settling in Spicewood, Texas, northwest of Austin.

    His "Moore Texas" cartoon appears weekly in 15 Texas Newspapers.

    Married with three sons and two grandchildren, he wears a cowboy hat and boots every day.
    Roger Todd Moore subject of Texas Senate Resolution #890 sponsored by Sen. Troy Fraser

    Roger Todd Moore of Merkel Texas was recently the recipient of a Texas Senate commendation honoring his work as Texas History Cartoonist and as creator of the Bona Fide Real Texas Calendar which begins on March 2, Texas Independence Day. Moore has produced the calendar and MOORE TEXAS, a weekly Texas History cartoon strip, since 1998.

    Senator Troy Fraser says “ Roger Moore is a very talented and artistic Texan. It was my pleasure to prepare a Texas Senate Resolution in his honor “.
    - 6-8-13
  • “Rabbi” Moore: Cowboy Cartoonist by Mike Cox
    On a typical Sunday, Roger Todd Moore arrives at his friend’s 1875-vintage stone ranch house in southwestern Travis County by 8:30 a.m. and puts on the coffee. By 9 or a few minutes after, once everyone has gotten about as attentive as they will get, he clears his throat and in his deep, West Texas voice starts reading. Today, it’s from the Tao Te Ching... more
  • Moore Or Less

    When it comes to artistry
    perhaps the funni-est
    are cartoons drawn by Roger
    they're funny, more or less

    Although his work's just black & white
    still art it is, I guess
    it takes a while to grow on you
    it's original, Moore or less.

    by d.knape
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