Mapping Texas: From Frontier to the Lone Star State: A Collaborative Exhibit between the Texas General Land Office and the Witte

Museum Exhibit or ProgramThis is an exhibit at the Witte Museum in San Antonio covering nearly three hundred years of Texas mapping consisting of over forty rare maps from the collections of the Texas General Land Office, the Witte Museum, and the private collection of Frank and Carol Holcomb, of Houston. The exhibit opens April 29, 2016 in the Russell Hill Rogers Gallery of the Helen C. and Robert J. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center. WHO: Witte Museum, Texas General Land Office Archives, Map and Texas history Enthusiasts WHAT: Collaborative map exhibit featuring over 40 rare maps of Texas WHEN: April 29 - September 4, 2016 WHERE: Witte Museum Russell Hill Rogers Gallery of the Helen C. and Robert J. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center3801 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX 78209
Start Date/Time:2016-04-29 00:00:00
End Date/Time:2016-09-04 00:00:00
Source:Texas General Land Office
URL:https://medium.com/save-texas-history/mapping-texas-from-frontier-to-the-lone-star-state-ae941c8d0809#.mohvssyur
Grade Level:Both
TEKS:4.6(A), 4.6(B), 4.7(A), 4.7(B), 4.7(C), 4.8(A), 4.8(B), 4.8(C), 7.8(A), 7.9(A), 7.9(B), 7.9(C), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.11(A), 7.11(B), 7.11(C), 7.11(D)
Topics:Spanish Texas, Mexican Texas, Texas Revolution, Republic of Texas, Antebellum Texas, Civil War, Reconstruction, Late Nineteenth-Century, Progressive Era, Texas in the 1920s, Great Depression, World War II, Texas Since World War II

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