December 25 2010
American-Statesman - Danny Camacho: Study of day-to-day events produces living tale that tells history of Austin
Austin Monthly article "Built to Last" by Rob Hodges
October 30 2010
Murder, Mayhem and Misadventure IV -- walking tour for Halloween, highlighting the lives and dramatic deaths of Austin’s early citizens. Thoroughly researched from historic newspaper accounts and sexton records, these chilling tales of 19th and early 20th century murders and other untimely deaths.
October 9 2010
Quarterly Meeting Guest Speaker: David Martin presented "The Mier Expedition and Border Incursions between Mexico and the Republic of Texas 1837-1843." Covering a time when Austin was under the threat of occupation by the Mexican army under General Woll to when Captain Tom Green led the “Austin Boys” to San Antonio to help prevent it.
Inaugural Photo Contest and 2011 SAC Calendar
August 13 2010
American-Statesman - Firefighter moonlights as city government watchdog
July 10 2010
Danny Camacho - Minorities in Austin's History As In Life, So In Death -- The segregation and discrimination of minority communities in Austin, Texas, as exemplified in their burials at the city's oldest cemetery, Oakwood.
June 29 2010
American-Statesman - City's oversight of cemetery maintenance flawed
June 22 2010
The results of the Cemetery Contract Audit presented to the Audit and Finance Committee
June 17 2010
City hosts a "community forum" on Austin's cemeteries
May 8 2010
Spring Walking Tour - “Putting Their Mark on Austin--the people who built the places you love" Austin’s most recognizable places – Zilker, Bergstrom, Kerbey and many more
April 10 2010
Save Austin's Cemeteries welcomed Aditi Worcester, a Video Biographer, who led an interactive session on "How to Preserve your Family History through Video Biographies."
March 6 2010
"It's My Park Day" -- Clean-up effort at Plummers Cemetery and Givens Park on Springdale Road at 12th Street
March 2 2010
Grand Opening of Joseph and Susanna Dickinson Hannig Museum: 411 East Fifth Street Austin, Texas 78701
February 10 2010
Walking Tour: Austin's Founding Families
January 14 2010
KVUE News - City of Austin running out of places to bury dead*
January 9 2010
Save Austin’s Cemeteries welcomed Dr. David B. Gracy to kick off our 2010 speaker series. The historian of the George Washington Littlefield Family, a Texas historian, and a former state archivist of Texas, Dr. Gracy presented the history of the Littlefield plot in Oakwood Cemetery and the lives of those buried in the plot as well as other Littlefield family members buried in Oakwood.