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This is an educational video featuring George P. Bush from the Texas General Land Office. This is an interactive video-lesson that lasts 30 minutes. Teachers are encouraged to distribute copies of the primary resources used throughout the lesson to their students. A printable PDF of primary resources and an activity worksheet to be completed prior to the lesson can be downloaded here: http://www.txglo.org/education...
Dr. Light Cummins - 2010 Save Texas History Symposium Empresario System in Texas
Dr. Frank de la Teja - 2010 Save Texas History Symposium Settlement of Spanish & Mexican Texas
Dr. Gregg Dimmick - 2011 Save Texas History Symposium Sea of Mud Mexican Army after San Jacinto
Dr. Stephen Hardin - 2011 Save Texas History Symposium Sam Houston at San Jacinto
James P. Bevill - 2011 Save Texas History Symposium Financing the Texas Revolution
Dr. Gene Smith - 2011 Save Texas History Symposium Manifest Destiny and the Texas Revolution
Dr. Robert Maberry - 2012 Save Texas History Symposium Civil War Battle Flags
Dr. Alexander Mendoza & Dr. Jerry Thompson Tejanos and the Civil War - 2012 Save Texas History Symposium
Ed Cotham - 2012 Save Texas History Symposium Battle on the Bay: The Civil War struggle for Galveston
Dr. Don Frazier gives the presentation "Union Plans for Texas" at the 2012 Texas General Land Office's Save Texas History Symposium.
Presentation by Dr. Rick McCaslin on Texas in the Civil War given at the 2012 Texas General Land Office's Save Texas History Symposium.
A presentation by Dr. Stephen Hardin titled "The Alamo in Myth and History," given at the 2013 Texas General Land Office Save Texas History Symposium.
Col. Thomas T. "Ty" Smith -"The Alamo and Th Old Army" - Presented at the 2013 Save Texas History Symposium
Presentation by Alwyn Barr titled "The Seige of Bexas" at the 2013 Texas General Land Office, Save Texas History Symposium.
The story of the Santa Rita No. 1 is a lesson on dreams coming true because of tenacity and not giving up. The Permian Basin discovery marked the beginning of the West Texas oil boom. Because the well was on univerisity land, both UT and A and M have financially benefitted from royalties sine 1923. Cynthia Jordan visits children throughout the state of Texas, telling the Santa Rita story with music and song. For you...
The Tejano Voices Project focuses on one hundred seventy six oral history interviews with Tejano and Tejana leaders from across the state conducted by Dr. Jose; Angel Gutiearrez, associate professor of political science at the University of Texas at Arlington. These interviews were conducted in 1992-2006, and emphasize the personal stories and struggles of the interviewees, many of whom are the first individuals of...
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