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This online multimedia project documents the the thousands of black Texan men who served as commissioned and non-commissioned officers, infantrymen, cavalrymen, military policemen, mechanics, doctors, dentists, veterinary assistants, lumbermen, chauffeurs, laborers and stevedores, and in a variety of other roles. It also seeks to tell the stories of African Americans on the home front: tales of patriotism, anti...
 This digital collection contains over one hundred posters that illuminate the lived experience of the war from the point of view of its participants and observers worldwide
This link provides military records of Texan World War I Draft Registration Cards.
The digital collections of the Library of Congress contain a wide variety of material related to World War I, including photographs, documents, newspapers, films, sheet music, and sound recordings. This guide compiles links to World War I resources throughout the Library of Congress Web site. In addition, this guide provides links to external Web sites focusing on World War I and a bibliography containing selections...
This digital collection features materials focusing on the WWI era from 1914 to 1918. In addition to materials that were actually created during the time period, the collection also includes modern studies and commemorative works about the era.
This online archival collection includes personal papers, manuscripts and photos related to Texas and World War I.
The Texas Historical Commission provides a list of primary and secondary educational resources regarding Texas' involvement in WWI.
This website provides a rich photo archive of the WWI famous USS Texas (BB-35) battleship.
This online magazine publication provides researched pieces detailing different aspects of Texas' involvement in WWI.
This is a collection of stories and photos of Texans or Americans who trained in Texas and their involvement in the Great World War.
This is an association that provides information and resources from partners across the state and nationally dedicated to spreading knowledge and awareness of Texas' role in WWI. Along with resources, the site provides a calendar of events along with forums to discuss topics related to the WWI Centennial.
This collection represents three titles: the Stephenville Empire and Stephenville Tribune, which were competing publications, and a third title created upon merger of the two in 1929. Editorials in these newspapers offer information of special interest, as they provide an important means for gauging local opinions on historical events. Availability of this newspaper collection on The Portal to Texas History means...
This collection hosts the newspaper history of Stephenville, including the Stephenville Empire, the Stephenville Tribune, the Stephenville Empire-Tribune, and the weekly student newspaper from Tarleton State University, the J-TAC. This collection is a part of the Portal to Texas History.
This exhibit provides children hands-on activities and demonstrations interested in tinkering, creating, engineering, and inventing things. This exhibit will be on display at the Bob Bullock Museum from December 28th to December 30th 2017. 
The Bullock Texas State History Museum will remain open late for their annual Halloween Celebration on October 27th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. This year’s theme is “video games”, and attendees are encouraged to dress up as their favorite video game character and join the gaming fun with activities and demonstrations inspired by the exhibit Pong to Pokemon: The Evolution of Electronic...
The Dallas Heritage Village, in conjunction with their temporary exhibit, “Neighborhoods We Call Home,” is providing a historic outing for home school families and co-ops to learn about their families during their annual Homeschool Day. There will be fun activities throughout the village as participants answer questions such as “Where did our families come from?” “How did our ancestors get to America?” and “Is there...
 An annual free daylong cultural and educational event of speakers, programs, demonstrations, music, and exhibits which expand on a different theme each year.  This event is reminiscent of the old Chautauqua held in Waxahachie 1900-1930.   This event is held on September 30 every year at the Historic Chautauqua Auditorium and the surrounding area in Waxahachie, Texas.
One of the largest special collections in the nation among schools of Southwestern’s size, the Edward A. Clark Collection was a gift of more than 2,400 volumes donated in 1965 from the private collection of Ambassador Edward A. Clark. It is rich in printed materials for the period of the Republic of Texas, the annexation of Texas by the United States, and Reconstruction. Also included in this collection are a number...
This collection contains materials from John Goodwin Tower, a Southwestern alumnus, represented Texas in the United States Senate from 1961 through 1984. Before his retirement, he named Southwestern University as the official repository for his papers. The approximately 800 linear feet of materials primarily reflect his Senate activities and include documents, legislative files, correspondence, speeches, campaign...
This collection contains roughly 70 interviews of Baytown residents which reflect the history of Baytown. This collection was created between 1968 to the early 1980s. The Baytown Oral History Collection includes stories on the following Texas topics: History of the Humble Oil & Refinery Co., Hurricane Carla, the Great Depression, a Baytown Lynching, History of (Middletown) Pelly, History of Baytown’s...
This collection consists of approximately 100 interviews of Baytown veterans who served in wars and during peacetime. These stories highlight experiences from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and Operation Desert Storm.
This is a collection of oral histories from Baytown College consisting of 20 oral histories of World War II veterans which was done as part of a fiftieth anniversary of World War II by Barbara Cooper and her History students in the mid-1990s
The National WWI Museum and Memorial partnered with The United States World War One Centennial Commission to provide a website of K-12 Education resources including apps, audio visual material, articles, curriculum, games, and primary sources for the classroom on a variety of topics.
Teacher’s Corner: Church Ethnographies: A West Texas Case Study by Gordon Bronitsky. Winter 1991, vol. 13, no. 1. Pp. 7-9 from AnthroNotes Report about what was learned by college students participating in an ethnographic assignment; includes sample 5-item questionnaire.
The entire collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Department of Anthropology publication AnthroNotes (1979-2012) and 263 individual AnthroNotes articles can be downloaded in three formats (PDF, mobi, ePub) from the Smithsonian Libraries digital database. The database is searchable by author, title, year and subject. Searches may be conducted in over 40 topics, including geographic regions...
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