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This article provides an overview of the History of Public Education in Texas from the Texas Education Agency.
This is an eye witness to history article about the death of Captain Henry T. Waskow during World War II. Captain Waskow was from Belton, Texas.
This is an eye witness to history article about the battle at the Alamo in 1836.
This is an eye witness to history account of the Galveston, Texas Hurricane of 1900.
This is an eye witness to history article about the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas in 1963.
This is an eyewitness to history article that tells of an encounter with the Texas Rangers in the year 1876.
The drawings and watercolors on this site were created by James Gilchrist Benton, Edward Everett, and Sarah Ann Lillie Hardinge and together provide an invaluable record of the vast unknown region that was in the process of becoming the state of Texas. These works show that even in 1850, the young state was still very much a frontier, defended by a line of forts stretching from the Red River to the Rio Grande.