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Texas History Links

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TX History Links                      

 

 

 

History of Texas - Wikipedia

     History of Texas

     From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

Museum of South Texas History

     Welcome to the Museum of South Texas History (MOSTHistory)! As you visit our fascinating exhibits, you will discover the rich heritage and blended       culture found in the Rio Grande Valley between South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Let us introduce you to a place with a history like no other!

 

Texas Almanac

     Texas History Features — Articles from past Texas Almanacs.

     Texas History Timeline — Highlights of Texas past from prehistoric times to the 20th century.

     Text of the Texas Declaration of Independence

     Text of Travis' Letter from the Alamo

 

Texas History Beyond

     Texas Beyond History (TBH) is a public education service of the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin, in partnership with 14 other organizations. Begun in 2001, its purpose is to interpret and share the results of archeological and historical research on the cultural heritage of Texas with the citizens of Texas and the world.

 

Texas Online

     Links to information on the history and culture of Texas including Texas Governors, the Texas State Cemetery, archives from the Texas General Land Office, and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum.

 

Texas State Library and Archives

     From Archives to Genealogy to fun facts about Texas and images of historical artifacts to Talking Books even, our areas of general interest serve the interests of an audience as broad and diverse as Texas itself.

 

 

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