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This online multimedia project documents the the thousands of black Texan men who served as commissioned and non-commissioned officers, infantrymen, cavalrymen, military policemen, mechanics, doctors, dentists, veterinary assistants, lumbermen, chauffeurs, laborers and stevedores, and in a variety of other roles. It also seeks to tell the stories of African Americans on the home front: tales of patriotism, anti...
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.
Teacher’s Corner: Church Ethnographies: A West Texas Case Study by Gordon Bronitsky. Winter 1991, vol. 13, no. 1. Pp. 7-9 from AnthroNotes Report about what was learned by college students participating in an ethnographic assignment; includes sample 5-item questionnaire.
The entire collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Department of Anthropology publication AnthroNotes (1979-2012) and 263 individual AnthroNotes articles can be downloaded in three formats (PDF, mobi, ePub) from the Smithsonian Libraries digital database. The database is searchable by author, title, year and subject. Searches may be conducted in over 40 topics, including geographic regions...
European Americans have been having land disputes with Native Americans almost since they arrived in the Americas. Throughout the years, many treaties have been signed involving land rights, but in many cases these treaties have been misleading and sometimes even disregarded.
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