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Number of Part 2 applications for federal rehabilitation tax credits in Texas submitted in Fiscal Year 2012

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mole cooking demonstration

Making Your Own Mole at Casa Navarro

Want a historic and modern recipe for the tangy, spicy "mole verde" sauce? Our Casa Navarro State Historic Site has got you covered.

Brantley Hightower records his podcast, "The Works."

The Architectural Insight of Brantley Hightower

Texas architect Brantley Hightower served as an advisor during the production of our Town Square Walk Around mobile tour, part of the Texas Time Travel Tours app.

Cover of Winter 2016 Medallion

The Medallion

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

Statewide News & Events

  • Photo from an outdoor wedding at the Varner Hogg Plantation State Historic Site.

    From Victorian mansions and a former sugarcane plantation to a 150-year-old riverfront inn, several of the Texas Historical Commission’s state historic sites provide one-of-a-kind venues for weddings and special events. The following sites offer interesting connections to Texas history where you can plan events your family and friends will remember for years to come.

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