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This is an online exhibit on the Colonization of Texas that includes detailed information on Anglo-American Colonization, Texas' Revolution, Independence as well as provided Lesson Plans, a extensive bibliography, and checklist of objects among other things.
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.
A Continent Divided: The US-Mexico War is a website which includes a timeline, primary and secondary sources, lesson plans and more and in relation to the war between the United States and Mexico.
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...
Learn more about your member of Congress, get in touch with them and see what they're up to. Follow the latest bills, see floor activity and explore votes from the palm of your hand.
A website, which works through phone text messaging, that allows teachers to send reminders and other messages to their students and parents. The website allows this to happen in a safe atmosphere as all phone number are kept confidential. Messages are one-way text messages.
TeacherKit is a personal organizer for teachers. It enables teachers to organize classes, and students. Its simple and intuitive interface enables teachers to track the attendance, grades and behavior of students.
Worried about getting your boat out this weekend? This handy little application provides the current water level for popular Texas lakes. Now includes a wind speed forecast for sailors. This update includes most of the Texas Lakes. Free app, available for Android devices.
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.
This interactive timeline explores the like of Felix Tijerina. Mr. Tijerina was a businessman and entrepreneur who also promoted education within Houston's Hispanic communities throughout his life.
This interactive timeline details the creation and history of the Houston Astrodome through primary resources and oral histories.
This interactive timeline details the events of the night that President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Lady Bird Johnson visited Houston on the occasion of a League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) banquet. President Kennedy was assassinated the following day in Dallas, and the timeline also includes the reactions and reflections of John J. Herrera, a...
This interactive timeline explores Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's influence on civil rights in Houston, Texas and his involvement in the historic March on Washington. It includes primary source material from The Informer and The Forward Times, two of Houston's African American newspapers.
This interactive timeline details the history of the African American Library at the Gregory School in Houston, Texas from its founding to the present day.
This interactive timeline explores the life and accomplishments of Julia Ideson, Houston's first librarian.
This site supports Houston Arts and Media's award-winning Birth of Texas documentary series. It will contain a total of eight feature length films and run from Spanish Texas until statehood. Included will be curriculum guides and a links page for each film as they are completed. You may also purchase the DVDs from this site.
The JFK Assassination Timeline was created to foster a better understanding of the events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy. The timeline begins in 1917 with his birth and ends in 2017 with the possible release of new assassination-related materials by the government. This multi-media research tool is enhanced with photographs, film and video footage, documents and artifacts from the Museum's...
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...
A website dedicated to the case Delgado v. Bastrop ISD, that includes a case summary, resources, a video, and a break down of the decision.
A website dedicated to the court case Hernandez v. Texas, that includes a case summary, teacher resources, a video, links, and information to break down the decision.
In partnership with the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA), JoSara MeDia presents this multimedia app on The Battle of San Jacinto, called “one of the decisive battles of the world.” With links for in-depth research to TSHA’s highly acclaimed Handbook of Texas Online, the battle is recreated in words, pictures, interactive panoramas and maps.
Days of Dust" is a continuing Texas Panhandle-wide Community Engagement effort surrounding Ken Burns' film The Dust Bowl, which premiered on KACV and all PBS stations November 18 and 19, 2012. "Days of Dust" key partners include Amarillo College, Amarillo Independent School District, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo Public Library, KACV - Public Television for the Texas Panhandle, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum...
A series of interactive student games. These games help students learn about life in an East Texas forest, including weather, animals, trees, and more.
The Texas Slavery Project examines the spread of American slavery into the borderlands between the United States and Mexico in the decades between 1820 and 1850. American slaveholders began migrating to the Mexican province of Texas in the 1820s, where they established a society like those developing at the same time in Mississippi and Alabama. Tensions quickly rose between these Anglo settlers and the government of...
Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together, from across different generations, cultures and places, to share small glimpses of the past and to build up the huge story of human history. Everyone has history to share: whether its sitting in yellowed albums in the attic, collected in piles of crackly tapes, conserved in the 1000s of archives all over the world or passed down in memories and old stories...