The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has acquired a rarely displayed painting by John Singer Sargent that depicts Edwin Booth, brother of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassin.
Curators at Baylor University’s Texas Collection, a vast collection documenting Texas history and culture, are turning to social media websites to expand their archive’s reach.
The Alamo will be getting some high-tech preservation help. A Texas university is leading the effort to create digital models of the historic mission in San Antonio.
The University of Texas at Austin has acquired a letter handwritten by George Washington that school officials say “sheds light” on the first president’s view on Native Americans.
It’s 2013, so we all know how the Internet works, right? Go back to 1995 when the internet was still a new toy and see how people explained exactly what it is.
Texas college students would have to take six hours of comprehensive American or Texas history to earn their degrees under a bill scheduled for a hearing by a House panel.
“We’re losing a lot of heritage here and its a shame,” said Council Member Zim Zimmerman whose been at the forefront of raising awareness about the city’s aviation history.
Jerry Jones got the Dallas Cowboys in a salary cap mess during the late 90s and early 2000s by constantly restructuring contracts.
Darrell Wallace Jr., is set to make history as only the fourth black driver with a full-time ride in a NASCAR series.
Sure, LeBron James has been on an amazing roll, but what about what Wilt Chamberlain did in 1962? Now fans can study both in one place like never before.
A look at the history of women wooing men, through song. It all went downhill after 1996…
Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel could become the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy when the award is presented on Saturday night.