The Texas History collection includes materials concerning the history of Texas with an emphasis on the history of south Texas.
Our collection includes:
Digitized Texana books of classic memoirs, journals, biographies and histories as free e-books; requires user to register.
State affiliate of National Endowment for the Humanities, with digital archives to advance the heritage, culture, and education throughout the state.
A gateway to Texas history books, maps, photos and newspapers hosted by University of North Texas libraries.
A division of the James C. Jernigan Library of Texas A&M University-Kingsville
A virtual museum of Texas' cultural heritage, UT.
Learn about Texas history, ghost towns, tales, and great histories on Texas towns. Site provided by Texas Escapes.
Learn about Texas history through the Texas Highways Magazine. The site also includes information on events, travel and food.
Sponsored by Texas Parks & Wildlife. Links to archaeological sites, historical houses and structures, etc.
Sponsored by the Texas Historical Commission. The Atlas features more than 200,000 historic site records, including data on Texas Historical Markers and National Register of Historic Places properties in Texas. Includes a searchable database.
Timeline from 1500 - 1900 with links to other information.
This site reviews the prelude to war and the aftermath, along with a timeline, biographies and maps. Flash required. Excellent site provided by PBS.