Charlie and Sue McCafferty
In 1983, NFWHS achieved the State Archaeological Landmark designation for Cowtown Coliseum which led the city of Fort Worth to restore this important structure in 1986.
The NFWHS was also responsible for obtaining the landmark status designation for the Fort Worth Stockyards entrance sign and the Armour & Swift Plaza.
In 1987 the Society unveiled The Bulldogger, a life-size bronze of Bill Pickett to commemorate his contribution to the sport of rodeo. It is located in the west courtyard of the Cowtown Coliseum and was a gift from NFWHS to the city of Fort Worth.
The Stockyards Museum is one of the most ambitious projects of the NFWHS. Visitors can appreciate the early development of Fort Worth and the Stockyards through exhibits and personal interaction with the volunteer staff, whose work is a labor of love.
To gain insight into the history of the area of Tarrant County known as “North Fort Worth.” To rediscover, perpetuate and preserve the sights, sounds and atmosphere of the Fort Worth Stockyards and North Fort Worth, which so closely tied to the early development of Fort Worth. To educate the public that Fort Worth’s first industry, the cattle industry and related enterprises including the Stockyards and the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, have had an impact on the development of Fort Worth, Texas as a whole.
To work with other organizations in the study and preservation of Oakwood Cemetery, Pioneer Rest and other historic cemeteries in the area.
To publish and distribute booklets, pamphlets and other literature that will further carry-out the objectives of the Society and to establish and maintain a library and museum.
Thank you to our 2015 Corporate Members!
The NFWHS created the Corporate Memberships to offer a
higher level of support for those that were interested.
We want to acknowledge and thank our Corporate Members.
Bill and Mitzie Davis Lyda Hill Hickman Investments
Freinds of the Coliseum/Stockyards Preservation
Paul and Melissa Hunter Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Charitable Trust
The Nelda & JJ Jackson Foundation Linda Fash-Bush/FAsh Foundation
D. Ross Meekins, in memory of Waddy R. Ross
We are grateful for all of our members, Individual, Family, Patron or Corporate.
If You would like to be a Corporate Member please call Teresa at 817-625-5082.
Your support is imperative in perpetuating the Stockyards and North Fort Worth.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the North Fort Worth Historical Society you may purchase your membership below or call 817-625-5082.
Individual Membership, $25.00
Couples Membership, $35.00
Student, (does not have voting privileges), $12.00
Patron membership, $150.00
For information and levels of Corporate Memberships please contact Teresa Burleson at 817-625-5082.
NFWHS is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. We operate solely on donations.
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