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The San Felipe de Austin was a colony founded by Stephen. F. Austin in 1823 about 50 miles west of what is now Houston. The town was early hub of commerce and governance for American settlers in Texas and played a significant role in the Texas Revolution, though not as deeply recognized by the public as other historic sites in Texas. To expand the public interest and knowledge of San Felipe de Austin, the Texas...
This lesson about frontier life in Texas is based on the National Register of Historic Places registration file, "Castolon Historic District" (with photographs), and other source materials about Castolon and ranching in the Big Bend region. It was written by Carol...
This lesson is based on National Register of Historic Places registration files for Cape Canaveral Air Force Station(with photographs) in Florida, and for properties located at the John F. Kennedy Space...
The lesson is based on the National Register of Historic Places registration file "San Antonio Missions National Historical Park" and materials prepared by the park and the Missions Education Committee. It was written by Fay Metcalf, education consultant. TWHP is sponsored, in part, by the Cultural Resources Training Initiative and Parks as Classrooms programs of the National Park Service. This lesson is...
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