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Southeast Texas water supplies runneth over - TheRecordLive.com

TSHA - 2 hours 22 min ago

Southeast Texas water supplies runneth over
TheRecordLive.com
The project was completed in 1966, according to the Texas State Historical Association website. Those two lakes, however, haven't gotten as much rainfall compared to Toledo Bend. Lake Tawakoni is five feet low and Lake Fork is 10 feet low while Toledo ...

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Smithsonian exhibit installed at Weisman Cooperative - Marshall News Messenger

TSHA - 8 hours 16 min ago

Smithsonian exhibit installed at Weisman Cooperative
Marshall News Messenger
Stephen Cure, interim executive director and director of education with the Texas State Historical Association, was in Marshall Monday to watch the installation. The TSHA and the Smithsonian partnered to bring the traveling exhibit to Texas. “The ...

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Backroads: Group sponsors program with focus on faith and architecture - Temple Daily Telegram

TSHA - 20 hours 9 min ago

Backroads: Group sponsors program with focus on faith and architecture
Temple Daily Telegram
A long-time member of the Texas State Historical Association, he has served on several program committees and chaired that committee twice. He is also a longtime member of the Society of Architectural Historians. He is the author of numerous books and ...

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Top Ranked And World Class - The Llano News

TSHA - September 15, 2014 - 9:36am

Top Ranked And World Class
The Llano News
Cooper lived in Llano until his death in 1898. He is buried in the City Cemetery. In recent years, his grave has been honored with special Republic of Texas and Texas State Historical Association markers. Another Llano County native did much to ...

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Latinos Long Connected to North Texas History - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

TSHA - September 15, 2014 - 9:18am

NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Latinos Long Connected to North Texas History
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
The Texas State Historical Association said Navarro pushed for Texas statehood as early as 1835. The San Antonio native also helped write our state's first constitution. In 1846, Navarro County was named after him for his contributions to Texas over ...

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