Identifying The Lost
Texas Ranger

Identifying The Lost Texas Ranger

“There’s Tough. And Then There’s Texas Tough.”   The above quote is by ​​Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst, and it describes […]

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Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site Capital Improvements

Why Eisenhower’s Birthplace, and Why Now? The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is dedicated to telling the real stories of real […]

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Caddo Mounds State Historic Site

Tragedy Struck on April 13, 2019 On Saturday, April 13, 2019, a tornado devastated the Caddo Mounds State Historic Site. […]

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1936 Texas Centennial Marker Restoration

Celebrating 100 Years of Independence 1936 marked perhaps our most significant milestone—the 100th anniversary of our independence. To celebrate, Texas […]

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Digital Engagement & Crisis Response Program for Texas State Historic Sites

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Villa De Austin

Rebuilding History Lost in Fire We have the distinct privilege of partnering with the Texas Historical Commission (THC) on many […]

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San Felipe De Austin State

The State Historic Site San Felipe de Austin, a town founded by Stephen F. Austin in 1823, has a fascinating […]

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World War I Legacy Project

The First World War On April 6, 2017, the United States observed the 100th anniversary of America’s entry into the […]

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Historic Sites Guidebook Development Initiative

With funding provided by the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission, the Historic Sites Division of the Texas Historical Commission […]

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