Welcome To Texas: Dallas Heritage VillageThere's a spotlight on yesteryear In the shadows of downtown. Dallas' first ever city park is home to Dallas Heritage Village - a collection of buildings that tell the story of Texas around the time of statehood.
Fort Worth Leaders Pick Smaller Stockyards Protection PlanThe debate lasted well into the night, but city leaders in Fort Worth finally decided just how much history will be preserved at the iconic Fort Worth Stockyards. The question was about how many buildings and streets would be protected.
Fort Worth Council To Decide Stockyards Development LinesThe future of an iconic Fort Worth destination will be up for debate on Tuesday night as city council members vote on where to lay the boundary lines for historic preservation.
Bush Library Exhibit Focuses On ElectionsAn exhibit opening at the George W. Bush Presidential Center will focus on the history of campaigns and elections in the U.S.
Publisher Apologizes For Textbook Calling Slaves 'Workers'The publisher of a high school textbook that referred to slaves brought to America as "workers" is apologizing and says more diversity will be added to review boards.
Rockwall's Checkered HistoryRockwall may be up-and-coming....but about 70 years ago Rockwall County seemed to attract some of the bigger names in crime.
Dallas Preserving City History In New Archive VaultWednesday city leaders cut the ribbon on a new archive vault, located deep inside Dallas City Hall. The facility is designed to shield the city’s most important records from the ravages of time.
Education History Preserved – Thanks To One North TexanBy the time Raymond George of Weatherford became obsessed with the future of his childhood school—it had already fallen on hard times. But, the Mt. Pleasant Colored School still had lessons to teach.
New Report Documents History Of American LynchingsThe Equal Justice Initiative, a Montgomery, Alabama-based civil rights organization, released a report Tuesday documenting the history of lynchings and racial terror acts in America.
Study Shows Erosion Of Alamo FacadeA study by a team of Texas A&M architecture researchers employing lasers and digital images shows the iconic west facade of the Alamo in downtown San Antonio is slowly eroding.
Football And Frostbite: Remembering The 1967 Ice Bowl Simply dubbed the Ice Bowl, those who participated in Cowboys-Packers that day at Lambeau Field still shiver when talking about it.
Texas Trying To Approve New Textbooks AgainA Texas panel is again attempting to approve new history and social studies textbooks for use in classrooms across America's second largest state.

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