Robin is the Red River Historian. For over
twenty years, she has researched,
documented and shared the history of the
Red River Valley of the Southwest for over
twenty years through this website,
presentations, books, articles, social media,
and even a few TV appearances.

A born Texan with family roots all over the
Red River Valley in Louisiana, Robin
received her bachelor's degree at East
Texas State University; her Master's of
Education at the University of North Texas;
and her Master's of Arts in History from
Texas Woman's University. She has
completed some doctoral work in higher
education and anthropology. Robin
vacillates her professional life between
stints of writing, teaching, road tripping, and
museum consulting work. She has made
her permanent home in Denton County,
where she lives with her husband, son, and
a number of dogs.
Cultural Work

Exhibit research and design as
well as educational
programming implementation.
Clients include museums, cities,
and historic sites.
Genealogy/ Research

Ancestry searches and family/
house history write ups (books)
with negotiable rates; emphasis
on queries focusing on the Red
River Valley of the Southwest.
Bonnie & Clyde Tour

Discover the fascinating history
of Bonnie & Clyde with a fun
and informative tour that
explores gangster-era Dallas.
Location Services

Finding the right location for a
documentary, film, commercial,
or photography project using
my extensive knowledge of the
Red River Valley.

Online and in-person,
interactive presentations about
historical topics in the Red
River Valley, including Steam
boats and Ghost Towns.

Books and booklets on the
history of the Red River,
including Traveling History
Guides and area guide books
on architecture and more.
Robin Cole-Jett
All visual and written materials, unless otherwise noted, are copyright and property of Robin Cole-Jett, the
Red River Historian and may not be re-purposed without express permission.

How to cite: Cole-Jett, Robin. "Article Name." Red River Historian, online. Date of access.