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This is a digitized collection of articles on Dr. May Owen, past president of various medical institutions including the Texas Society of Pathologists, the Tarrant County Medical Society, and the Texas Medical Association dating from 1912-2003. These are collected in the the Portal to Texas History, an online database sponsored by the University of North Texas. The articles are provided by the Texas Medical...
Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution (TXSSAR) Archive is a resource uploaded by the University of North Texas. The Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution (TXSSAR) Archive contains materials donated by TXSSAR State Organizations, TXSSAR Local Chapters, and TXSSAR members and their families. It covers over a century of materials, from bound volumes of original membership applications through current...
The Bullock Texas State History Museum presents an up-close look at 81 of its artifacts in a full-color coffee-table book, “Seeing Texas History” (University of Texas Press, $40 hardcover). The artifact photographs are arranged chronologically, beginning with an ancient tool made from a rabbit jaw and continuing through cultural and historical items from modern-day Texas. Each picture is accompanied by a short text...
Vicki Adams Tongate writes about one of few women’s diaries from Civil War–era Texas and the only one written by a Northerner. This previously unpublished journal offers a unique perspective on daily life and the ties that transcended sectional loyalties during America’s most divisive conflict.
A book by Sarah Bird, acclaimed author of Above the East China Sea and The Yokota Officers Club. This work celebrates the uniqueness of Texas women in this beautifully designed gift book. The book will be officially published in April 2016.
 Spanish Texas, 1519–1821Revised EditionBy Donald E. Chipman and Harriett Denise Joseph Modern Texas, like Mexico, traces its beginning to sixteenth-century encounters between Europeans and Indians who contested control over a vast land. Unlike Mexico, however, Texas eventually received the stamp of Anglo-American culture, so that Spanish contributions to present-day Texas tend to be obscured or even...
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