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This project is a tribute to Tom R. Chambers' grandmother, Mattie Oline (Battles) Meekins, 1899-1997. She kept a diary from 1948 through part of 1993. Chambers researched her entries over the years, and chose the ones that have significance for him and society. His grandmother rarely missed making a daily entry in her diary during 45-plus years - an astonishing 16,000-plus entries. Chambers was born in July of 1947...
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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.
George Ware Fulton was a self-made man of many talents who in the late 1800s formed a cattle concern with local partners in Southeast Texas to form one of the largest ranches in the state. A teacher, engineer, and inventor, George Fulton did much to develop the Coastal Bend Area and was responsible for the development of the town of Fulton, TX.
Get your herd across the river and to the market.
Can you spot your cattle among other herds?
An Interactive game that tests your ability to speak like and to understand a cowboy.
As trail boss, you must deliver your beeves safely to market. The future of the ranch depends on it.
Tally up your ranch savvy score with this test of your wrangling, roping, chuck cooking and housewifery skills.
Select the grub the boys will need for the trail drive ahead under the watchful eye of the techy chuck wagon cook.
Learn about life on the Texas Frontier with the PBS Speical Texas Ranch House and the Texas Ranch House Website.
Howdy cowpokes! Let's take a tour of the Texas Capitol and learn all about its history! Just click on the object you want to learn about or on the room you want to go into and you're on your way! Get ready for a rootin'-tootin' Texas adventure!
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