County Historical Commission reports submitted for the 2015 year of service
From the THC
The Stay an Extra Day Sweepstakes encourages travelers to explore the state’s diverse regions. But where did this "extra day" idea originate?
How can we use cultural history as a catalyst to economically revitalize a neighborhood?
THC’s official magazine containing news and advice about preservation projects, Texas’ historic sites, and heritage tourism.
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Owners of rapidly deteriorating historic or archeological resources in Texas can apply for grant funding from the Texas Historical Commission. The THC encourages applications for projects that involve properties, sites, or collections that address issues of ethnic diversity and other historically underserved subjects, groups, and property types. Heritage education projects are also eligible for funding.
The Texas Historical Commission announced grant recipients for Round X of the nationally recognized Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program (THCPP) during its April 27 quarterly meeting in San Felipe. The THC awarded matching grants totaling $19,713,303 to 15 counties to aid in preservation of their historic courthouses, including four grants to undertake full restorations.