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  • If you are looking for unique and creative gifts for a Texas history buff, look no further than one of the Texas Historical Commission’s (THC) state historic sites. The THC released new merchandise at many of its state historic sites on December 15, just in time for the holidays.

  • Pearsall, Texas

    The Texas Historical Commission has designated Pearsall and Temple as 2018 official Texas Main Street cities. The announcement was made December 8 at the THC’s quarterly commission meeting in Austin.

  • Presidio La Bahía at Goliad and Colonel James W. Fannin

    See the immersive 360-degree web film that gives a new way to study and understand the Goliad Massacre.

  • A building that could use the grants available through TPTF

    Owners of historic or archeological resources in Texas damaged by Hurricane Harvey can apply for grant funding from the THC.

  • Real Places Reg Now Open

    Texas is a great state—great in size, population, personality, and most importantly, in legacy. Fortunately, Texas has a vast network of individuals and organizations dedicated to protecting and preserving its historic places. The Real Places 2018 conference brings these communities together to focus on preserving, revitalizing, and experiencing the Texas mystique. Registration is now open for the January 10–12 conference in Austin.