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The Battle for Texas: The Experience is a permanent exhibition, on the ground floor of the River Center Mall, in San Antonio, Texas. This exhibition is meant to serve as an interactive exhibition and immersive attraction showcase of Texas history, with a focus on the Alamo historic battle. The attraction showcases an important collection of 250 artifacts curated from the private libraries of major collectors and...
This program aims to preserve the legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers by providing enriching outdoor and cultural experiences to all Texans. The program hosts a variety of exciting cultural events in regions all across Texas. Texas Buffalo Soldiers bring history to life with stories, costumes and tools.  This program is a travel program, check the website for dates and locations near you.
This exhibit focuses on the Texas Negro Peace Officers Association, now known as the Texas Peace Officers Association, an organization formed in 1935 by African-Americans in South Texas to promote racial equity in law enforcement. All of the items displayed document the association's Tenth Annual Convention held in San Antonio, Texas on September 18-19, 1945.
This website features a Texas Centennial Exposition that includes centennial photos, postcards, souvenirs, lists of exhibitors and even important informaton on FDR's 1936 visit and his speeches.
The Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture sees thousands of students, Grades K-12, each year. Students walk through history while learning about the people, stories, and events that shaped the cities and towns that call Dallas County home. The museum places Dallas County in the national stories of early settlement, immigration, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World Wars, and the technology...
Take a drive back into history when you enter the limestone entrance of the 11.5 acre Heritage Village site. As you drive down the winding driveway, treat your eyes to a seasonal feast of Texas wildflowers, native grasses and towering live oak trees. Nestled in this park-like setting is the historic Breustedt-Dillen house, home of the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture. This pristine white farmhouse is surrounded by...
Wilderness and Wildflowers: The Legacy of Lady Bird Johnson is an exhibition created by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center to honor the former first lady and celebrate the centennial year of her birth. Now available through the Humanities Texas traveling exhibitions program, Wilderness and Wildflowers highlights Mrs. Johnson's adventurous spirit and deep commitment to the preservation and beautification of the...
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