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Texana Living History Association
- Texana Living History Association provides First Person Living History presentations. Texana also provides 1800's campsites, and Chuckwagon programs and Biographies of some famious 1800's Texans.
Texas Conservation History
- A guide to the records on individuals who have led in the effort to protect Texas natural resources.
Texas During The Civil War
- Political and military events within Texas during the Civil War.
Texas Ghost Towns
- Texas ghost towns and their history.
Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program
- By the Texas Historical Commission, features history of the courthouses in Texas, grants available, and programs.
Texas Historic Sites Atlas Home Page
- The Texas Historic Sites Atlas is a searchable database documenting more than 100,000 historic places and structures through site records and interactive maps.
Texas Historical Commission
- The state agency for historical preservation.
- a good source of information on Texas Indians.
Texas Jewish Historical Society
- Aims to collect, preserve, publish and disseminate materials having reference to the settlement and history of Jews in Texas and their participation in its social, economic, religious, political, professional and cultural growth.
Texas Memorial Museum
- Established by the Texas Legislature to document, preserve, exhibit, and study the incredible natural and cultural heritage of the state.
Texas Panhandle Railroad Historical Society
- The online information source of The Texas Panhandle Railroad Historical Society of Amarillo, Texas. Visit our Virtual Museum and History Center. Also see 'Madame Queen' our restored steam locomotive.
Texas State Historical Association
- Dedicated to foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission
- Home to the official archived history of Texas.
- a timeline of Texas history starting in the 1500s through the present.
- Features images of artifacts and historic documents held by the Texas State Archives, including the famous Travis letter from the Alamo.
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
- Part of the Alamo historical complex in San Antonio, Texas. The library has been developed and is supported and maintained by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas for the use of all researchers. The non-circulating collections pertain to the history of Texas, San Antonio, and the Alamo.
The Handbook of Texas Online
- A multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture. It comprises more than 23,000 articles on people, places, events, historical themes, institutions, and a host of other topic categories.
The Myth and Meaning of Texas Independence
- A historical look at March 2, 1836.
The Texas Constitutions Digitizations Project
- Presents the 12 historic constitutions of Texas spanning 1824-1836.
The Texian Web
- Dedicated to the scholarly and historically accuracate depiction of Texas History. This family-oriented educational resource is suitable for use by all ages.
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