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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.
Over the course of this lesson plan students will learn to explain the significant role that Spanish missions played in the early history of Texas and the Southwest, describe the psychological and cultural factors that led the Coahuiltecan Indians to accept mission life, explain the role irrigation systems, such as acequias, played in the development of Texas farmland and other arid areas, and...
Students will locate San Antonio River, acequis and missions on aerial photographs. They will also assume the persona of a member of the Catholic Church, the military, or a Spanish colonist and practice writing a petition to the Spanish Crown. The ultimate goal will be to have students understand how the Spanish system of colonization and water usage influenced San Antonio.
A brief article on James Farmer plus transcripts of an interview with him, from the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum.
Photo of Swearing in of Lyndon B. Johnson as President aboard Air Force One in Dallas (11/22/1963)
Photo of President Lyndon Johnson signing Medicare Bill (7/30/1965).