Daughters of the Republic of Texas: Site for the library at the Alamo
Presidio la Bahia: ” Located one mile south of Goliad, Presidio la Bahia and the two missions constitute the only surviving example of a Spanish Colonial mission/presidio complex in Texas and one of very few in North America.”
The Alamo: Museum maintained by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Handbook of Texas Online: The Handbook of Texas Online is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association and the General Libraries at UT Austin.
TravelTex.com: The Official Site Of Texas Tourism.
Texas Legislature Online: From this site, find links to the House of Representatives, Senate, Legislative Information, Legislative Resources, and State Agencies.
Somos Primos: A publication dedicated to past and present articles, events and information concerning Hispanic heritage issues.
San Jacinto Museum: On April 21, 1836, Mexican rule over Texas came to a dramatic close. The climax of the Texas Revolution, the Battle of San Jacinto eventually moved America’s western border to the Pacific Ocean. And its story will move you—to a better understanding of America.
Refugio County Museum: The museum opened June 30th, 1983, operating under the charter of the Historical Society, and the person to call at the museum is Bart Wales.