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This site, developed by the Institute of Southern Jewish Life with funding from Humanities Texas and the Texas Jewish Historical Society, contains detailed, illustrated histories of 55 different Jewish communities from across the state. Each history discusses the origins, development, and current state of the local Jewish community.
A biographical article on former Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State James A. Baker III, from the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University.
This site is dedicated to the discovery, study and preservation of Alamo History. It features the early Spanish/Mexican military history, a much-neglected area. There is a significant section on Alamo archaeology and the Alamo siege of 1836. The Alamo de Parras website features contributions by some of the best Alamo historians, archaeologists and writers in this field. This content and illustration rich site is a...