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Texas State Historical Association Online
Educational institution that engages visitors in the story of Texas through a variety of programs and exhibit experiences. Located in Austin.
Features information on Texas's prehistoric peoples as well as the early history of the Spanish, French, Mexican, and Anglo explorers, missionaries, and traders.
Texas Almanac 2008-2009 —Online companion to the print edition. Chronicles Texas history, government, business, and includes a searchable database of Texas towns.
Complete guide to Galveston, Texas history, from Galveston.com & Company. Texas later became the site of the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
Gives historic Texas Longhorn information and some history of the West.
The Texas General Land Office, and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Texas historical photographs, resources of the history of Texas and some cities. This site reviews Texas history and culture, includes border studies.
A Brief History of the Texas Rangers
Directory and index of Texas Civil War regimental and other unit histories, plus other general information about Texas during the time of the Civil War
History and archeology of Camp Ford, a Confederate prison camp for Union soldiers in East Texas.
Texas Civil War battlefields and sites from CivilWarTraveler.com. Governors, senators, congressmen and other important figures in Texas history.
Dallas, Texas History.
Civil War history and memorabilia.
Texas in World War II Brochure (pdf). Request a free copy of the brochure.