Lone Star Junction is a Texas history resource provided for the benefit of both Texans
and “foreigners” alike. Continue reading →
Almost Out of Gas is an ongoing project to capture and share with you perfectly unpolished fragments of Texas culture. Music, jug wine, bourbon, beer and cook-offs with great food bring people in communities together, and we are compelled to seek out and document the social and cultural impact of the common man—that is the lifestyle we feature. We are intent on bringing you the same beauty we see in the rickety, creaky and sometimes forgotten gathering spots: the Texas Honky-Tonks.
The Texas Association of Counties improves and promotes the value of county government on a statewide basis. TAC is the representative voice for all Texas counties and county officials and, through TAC, counties communicate the county perspective to state officials and … Continue reading →
Texas State Historical Association Online is a digital gateway to Texas History. Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. Continue reading →
Texas Almanac is the source for all things Texan since 1857.
The New Handbook of Texas is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture. It comprises more than 25,000 articles on people, places, events, historical themes, institutions, and a host of other topic categories.
Texas Beyond History (TBH) is a public education service whose purpose is to interpret and share the results of archaeological and historical research on the cultural heritage of Texas with the citizens of Texas and the world. … Continue reading →
The Texas Historical Sites Atlas features nearly 300,000 site records, including data on Official Texas Historical Markers and National Register of Historic Places properties in Texas and courthouses, museums, and sawmills across the state. … Continue reading →
The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is the state agency for historic preservation.
At TexasHistory.com we have traveled more than 600,000 miles across Texas, filming its wonderful heritage, diverse peoples, cultures and magnificent scenic grandeur. … Continue reading →