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Learn more about the 1875 Magoffin Homeand family through puzzles and other fun activities in the Magoffin Home Activity Guide (PDF).
Learn more about Landmark Inn and Castroville history through puzzles and other fun activities in the Landmark Inn Activity Guide (PDF).
Learn more about Fulton Mansion and the Fulton family through puzzles and other fun activities in the Fulton Mansion Activity Guide (PDF).
Learn more about Confederate Reunion Grounds through puzzles and other fun activities in the Confederate Reunion Grounds Activity Guide (PDF).
Learn more about Casa Navarro and the life of Jose Antonio Navarro through puzzles and other fun activities in the Casa Navarro Activity Guide (PDF).
A resource for teachers, this book on the most influential Tejano leader of the nineteenth centuryfills one of the most glaring gaps in the current historical literature on Texas. The product of a lifetime of research by author David McDonald, this volume is sure to stand as the definitive treatment of Navarro’s life for decades to come.
The Center has developed a Texas History Coloring Book for school children and the images are designed to tell the story of Texas history from multiple perspectives. Selected pages are available online as well as the printed book.
Book - history and 275 full color photographs of Texas courthouses.
Poster - color photographs of all 254 county courthouses
Book - history and full color prints of post office murals created by well-known artists of the 1930s as part of the New Deal Public Works of Art Project (PWAP).
A resource for teachers, this volume contains biographies of fifty notable women whose lives deeply influenced the way Texas developed. Many of the biographies were written by descendants of the women and have been extensively researched and supplemented by heretofore unused family records and papers.
A resource for teachers, this book deals with how women have long made significant contributions to Texas history. Only in recent years, however, has their part in that history begun to be told. The great strides made in Texas women's studies are reflected in this important new book of essays about women and their many roles in the history of our state.
A resource for teachers, this book has been a most useful reference volume on Texas history since 1875. A much-needed index of over 6,000 entries has been incorporated into this new edition.
A resource for teachers, the essays in this book have a student readership in mind, each showing the historian at work: debunking stereotypes, revising the historical record, revisiting old events through new perspectives, engaging in archival detective work, or studying neglected topics in Tejano history. They are also suitable for teachers and general readers who want to know more about contributions and...
A resource for teachers, this book presents more than two hundred powerful images of black Texans taken by a group of little-known black photographers and includes deatiled interviews with the men and women behind the cameras.
A resource for teachers, this book contains eleven essays from a conference and will be of great interest to students, scholars, teachers, and general readers, and it is well adapted to classroom use.
Guide with comprehensive information regarding all Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Historic Sites.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the South Texas Plains Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Prairies and Lakes Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Pineywoods Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Panhandle Plains Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Hill Country Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Gulf Coast Region.
A kid-friendly guide with comprehensive information about the Big Bend Region.
A resource for teachers, through Ballinger's fascinating life and career we see reflected some of the most important issues of his era, including secession, slavery, corporations, and the law. The social, political, and cultural climate of Texas, the South, and the nation are revealed through the life, eyes, and mind of this remarkable, articulate man whose life spanned much of the nineteenth century.
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