The University of Texas at El Paso and the El Paso Public Library present a collection of primary source items relating to the Mexican Revolution. The collection includes 15 books and 10 postcards dating from 1910 to 1919.
Published by John S. Ford from 1853-1887, the Texas State Times was a pro-Union newspaper whose main competitor was the Austin State Gazette.
East Texas Genealogical Society presents past issues of its quarterly publication East Texas Family Records that includes cemetery, bible, confederate, church, family, and military records for the east Texas counties of Anderson, Gregg, Henderson, Panola, Rusk, and Smith.
The Hereford Brand has documented the history of "The Beef Capital of the World" since 1901. Hereford, Texas, has prospered since its September 1, 1898, founding through railroad and cattle booms, to a healthy ethanol-based economy.
The Moses and Stephen F. Austin Papers consist primarily of the personal and official records of Moses Austin (1761-1821), and his son Stephen F. Austin (1793-1836) who carried out his father's plan for the Anglo colonization of Mexican Texas. Included is material related to the history and early peregrinations of the Austin family, especially their years in Missouri; their ...
Cooke County Library presents its collection of photographs, drawings and documents that document the founding of Cooke County Library which was the second system established as a Carnegie Foundation library. The items show the timeline and evolution of the library since 1899.