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Goliad and Laredo

The smallest (Goliad) and largest (Laredo) designated cities in the Texas Main Street network

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Peaches boiling in a cast iron pot.

Summer Peaches at Casa Navarro

Using a recipe from the UTSA Libraries Mexican Cookbook Collection, staff at Casa Navarro State Historic Site experiment with making a tasty peach sauce using fruit from the site's peach tree.

Junior Historians from Hopewell Middle School have been working to preserve Union Hill Cemetery

Connecting with Students

In this Q&A, we speak with the Texas State Historical Association’s Jason Harris about the Junior Historians Program and his session at our upcoming Story of Texas Workshop at the Bullock Texas State History Museum.

The Medallion

THC’s official magazine containing news and advice about preservation projects, Texas’ historic sites, and heritage tourism.

Statewide News & Events

  • Crowd at the 2014 Bullock workshop

    The Texas Historical Commission and Bullock Texas State History Museum will co-host a workshop exploring effective methods to connect volunteer and professional educators with students and teachers on September 21 at the Bullock Museum in Austin.

  • Archeology dig

    Every October, Texas Archeology Month (TAM) celebrates the spirit of discovery and promotes awareness of archeological programs throughout the state. The Texas Historical Commission is accepting event submissions from the public for the annual TAM Calendar of Events.

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