Related Resources

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. 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.

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