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Early Texas Newspapers

The Early Texas Newspaper Collection project provides access to more than 12,000 pages of Texas newspapers that date as early at 1829, including the Telegraph and Texas Register, which was in publication during the Texas Revolution. This project was funded by a TexTreasures grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Added: September 2009.

East Texas Family Records

The East Texas Family Records was a quarterly publication that includes cemetery, Bible, Confederate, church, family, and military records for the East Texas counties of Anderson, Gregg, Henderson, Panola, Rusk, and Smith.

Added: March 2011.

The Eastern Texian

The Eastern Texian was weekly newspaper published by George W. King between 1857 and 1859 from San Augustine, Texas. The newspaper includes local, state, and national news along with advertising.

Added: May 2014.

Eastland County Newspaper Collection

Including the Herald, the Cisco Round-up, the Carbon News, and the Cisco Apert, this collection of newspapers from Eastland County Texas from the late 19th and early 20th centuries features news and information for the residents of Cisco and Carbon, Texas.

Added: November 2014.

Education in the Texas Panhandle

Photographs of educators, students, school buildings and activities show the growth of educational endeavors from one-room schools to colleges. Includes documents and printed items that represent important milestones in area education and provide details of the classroom, athletic and social activities associated with schools from around the region.

Added: May 2014.

Dr. Edwin D. Moten Collection

Dr. Edwin D. Moten (1875-1955) was an African American physician who lived in Denton from 1907 to 1919. This collection contains family photographs along with personal and business correspondence from Dr. Moten.

Added: September 2009.

El Democrata Fronterizo

El Democrata Fronterizo was a daily newspaper published by Justo Cardenas in Laredo in Webb County between 1896 and 1920. The newspaper features local, state, and national news as well as advertising and news from Mexico. Funding was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the "Chronicling America" project.

Added: May 2014.

El Paso Herald

The first issue of the El Paso Herald was published in April of 1881. The paper circulated in El Paso and surrounding communities, including Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and actively reported on civic progress and international affairs. Digitization was made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the "Chronicling America" project.

Added: September 2010.

El Paso Morning Times

The El Paso Morning Times collection chronicles the history of late 19th and early 20th century El Paso. First published in 1881 as the El Paso Times, this title internationally details in both Spanish and English language editions the progress of the Mexican Revolution

Added: January 2012.

El Regidor

El Regidor was a weekly newspaper and one of the few Spanish language newspapers published in San Antonio during the late 19th century. It was published by Pablo Cruz beginning in 1888 and featured local, national, and international news and advertising while also advancing and defending the interests of the barrio community.

Added: November 2011.

Ennis Daily News

In publication since 1891, The Ennis Daily News serves the community of Ennis and surrounding Ellis County. Ennis was first founded in 1871 with the arrival of the Houston and Texas Central Railway, and the community was named after early railroad official Col. Cornelius Ennis. Funding was provided by the Ladd & Katherine Hancher Foundation.

Added: August 2016.

Evelyn Fiedler Streng Slide Collection

The Evelyn Fiedler Streng Slide Collection includes images of mid- to late 20th century Texas and the Southwestern United States. 709 items from the 35 mm slide collection are being digitized and made accessible via the Portal to Texas History, under a 2017 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Added: March 2017.