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  • The Glen Rose Downtown Historic District in Glen Rose, Texas, was listed recently in the National Register of Historic Places. The Texas Historical Commission (THC) assisted in the nomination of this property in recognition of its importance to the history of Glen Rose and the State of Texas. Noted for its historical significance, the district joins other properties in Somervell County and around the state with National Register status.

  • Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission logo

    The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission hopes to educate citizens about the circumstances that led to the Bosnian Genocide through the 34-panel, “Prijedor: Lives from the Bosnian Genocide” exhibit at eight Texas venues through spring 2015. The exhibit opens this week at its sixth stop, the Abilene Public Library, and will run through November 17, 2014.

  • Texas Archeology Month Belle hull

    Each October, Texas Archeology Month (TAM) celebrates the shared spirit of discovery and respect of our heritage exemplified by archeology.

  • State Marine Archeologist Amy Borgens

    Amy Borgens, State Marine Archeologist and Texas Historical Commission (THC) lead for the Monterrey Shipwrecks project, is a featured speaker a public forum sponsored by the Texas Archeological Society October 24 in San Marcos.

  • The University of North Texas (UNT) has completed a project that digitized and provided public web access to more than 1,700 files related to buildings designated as Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks (RTHL).