Texas Research Links
Lot of Texas in a small crate
||Lone Star Junction
isn't a 5 STAR site - it's a 6 STAR site - visit each area - all important to you - don't
miss a one - especially Lone Star Junction's Online version of Noah Smithwick's book The Evolution of a State - also, take a break and enjoy the good ole
"Songs of Texas"! .
| The Political Graveyard
||Geographic Index to
Cemeteries in Texas where known political figures are buried - You will find the State
Cemetery in Travis County
| Texas State Library
and Archives Commission
|Your Online access to
the Texas State Archives, Reference Documents, Sam Houston Center as well as the Genealogy
Collection - all important - for ease use the "HELP/Site Index" shown below the
boxed chart - you'll want to check out the Confederate Pension Index, Adj. Gen. military
service records,Republic Claims Index - and many more..
| Texas State Historical
|Here, you will find
the Online version of The Handbook
of Texas + many good links.
Search engine provided
| The Alamo
||Impressive site not
only about the historic site, but also has very informative links given.
| The Texian Web
||A top notch site with
search engine available as well as an excellent Texas Research links - Don't over
look any of them. You'll find Vol 1 of The Robertson's Colony Papers here..
| The Texas GenWeb Project
||An absolute must in
order to obtain County records as well as additional local resource information - before
you go to the individual county sites, make sure you check out the Texas Census &
| Military Rolls of the Republic
of Texas 1835-1842
"masterpiece" of online Texas resource information accomplished by Dave Maxey.
He is responsible for putting Vol 1 of The Robertson's Colony Papers online, as
well as the minutes of The Republic of Texas Veterans of DeWitt County, Texas, which can
be seen through the DeWitt County GenWeb site..
| Civil War Related
||A good composite of
Civil War Rosters
collection of Texas genealogy sites - well known, well used!
| Fort Worth's 150th Birthday Celebration
||Visit my stompin'
grounds - Fort Worth, Texas - better known to the ole timers as "Cowtown". A
friendly, unique "town type atmosphere" with a "city flavor"! A
very historical site about a very historical area of Texas. Site description shown
below the logo.
celebrating 150 years throughout 1999 - The Literary Treasures shown within the site are
"mini-stories about the area - Be sure and take the Photographic Tour (don't miss
those photo found within the Library of Congress) to see how we've grown, learn about the
social, economic, geographic, and political factors of our growth - very historical in
nature about our past, our present (how we have maintained our western heritage plus
made the addition of our fantastic fine arts development), and our mission for the
future. Click on the link above logo to visit.
More to come
- Left 'em on the Trail - gotta go back and get 'em.
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