Searchable index to records related to individual service in a Texas military unit, including both official service record files from the Adjutant General's Office and alphabetical files created by other agencies.
Searchable index of the A. J. Houston Collection which is comprised of papers inherited by A. J. Houston from his father, Sam Houston. The collection of approximately 4,800 items contains correspondence, reports, resolutions, proclamations, affidavits, depositions and a wealth of other material dated, primarily, between 1835 and 1859.
Searchable index to large-format drawings documenting park development and construction activities by the Civilian Conservation Corps that took place in Texas from 1933-1958.
Searchable index to the names, county of residence, and pension number of some 54,634 approved, rejected, and home pensions issued by the Texas government between 1899-1975.
Fire Insurance Maps is an index of fire insurance maps and/or Sanborn maps listed by the location mapped. The maps date from the mid-1920s to the 1970s.
Searchable database to original, photoreproduced, and compiled maps of Texas covering the period from the 17th-20th centuries.
Dynamic displays of rare and unique items, with historical narratives, transcriptions, and links for further research.
Searchable index of Comptroller's records submitted by citizens to the Republic of Texas government from 1835 -1846, including claims for payment, reimbursement, or restitution. It also includes records relating to Republic pensions and claims against the Republic submitted as public debt claims after 1846.
Alphabetical listing with images of records relating to individual passport files in the Republic of Texas, including requests for passports, orders to issue passports, and one proclamation granting entrance to the Republic.
The Texas Senate began audiotaping public committee hearings and floor debates with the 4th Called Session of the 62nd Legislature (1972). Digitized tapes, through the 65th Legislative, are available to be heard online.
TRAIL searches and locates information collected in an archive of more than 180 Texas state agency web servers.
TexShare is a consortium of Texas libraries joining together to share print and electronic materials, purchase online resources, and combine staff expertise.
Voices of Texas History brings to life the inspiring written historical record as spoken by notable Texans of today, including Texas Governor Rick Perry, former Texas and U.S. First Lady Laura Bush, and U.S. Senator John Cornyn.