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An online, multimedia exhibit which highlights the struggle for Women’s Rights in Texas and the role Texan women played in the greater national struggle.  Uses a combination of interactive applications, documents, photographs, audio, and video to illustrate the progressions, setbacks, and major events in the Women’s Right’s Movement’s history in Texas.
The Texas Historical Landmarks App elegantly integrates Texas’ most cherished landmarks in an easy-to-use mobile interface. The app contains over 14,000 of Texas' designated state markers with full descriptions and lots of fun features that make learning our state's rich history a blast for students and adults! The app is currently free for all iPhone users.
Join the Texas Archive of the Moving Image for their online exhibit, Staring the Lone Star State. For over a century, Texas has served as a location for thousands of film productions, from independent features to Hollywood blockbusters. The state has also been home to some of cinema’s most influential players both in front of and behind the camera: Joan Crawford, Debbie Reynolds, Matthew McConaughey, and Robert...
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963 devastated the nation and stunned the world. Fifty years later, President Kennedy is being remembered with exhibits, books, films, and other commemorative events being held around the world and on the Internet. But what happened to the Kennedys that day is only part of the story. Also shot was Texas Governor John Connally, who eventually...
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