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Texas Time Travel provides interactive travel resources to explore the histroy of Texas' involvement in WWI. The website features maps and links to explore WWI historic sites in Texas and mobile tours are available for access on your cellphone featuring images, videos, first-person interviews, maps, and useful visitor information for exploring historical sites across Texas relating to the Great War.
This lesson plan from The New York Times can be modified for use with any Texan who served as Speaker of the House. A modified version could be used to satisfy requirements for Sam Rayburn Day.
This lesson plan contains a printable worksheet and helps students use critical thinking skills to learn about annexation and how Texas obtained it.
A lesson plan activity including a printable page dealing with state celebrations.
A lesson plan using TEK 4.17A to teach students about the different Texas Flags. Printable images, internet links, and full instructions available.
This sources gives a brief history on flag makers, flag conservation and flag history for each of the following time periods: 1836-61, 1861-65, 1865-1898, and 1898-1945.
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.