Dr. Cox succeeds outgoing TSHA President Mary Margaret McAllen
Dr. Wooten replaces Dr. William "Bill" Ellis, who announced his resignation in January
The Randolph B. “Mike” Campbell Award will recognize authors of the year’s most exceptional new Handbook of Texas entries
The meeting was originally scheduled to be held in Fort Worth on March 4-6, 2021
Texas students placed first in three categories, third in another, and took home a special award during the virtual historical research competition.
Actor Matthew McConaughey and Houston Texans Defensive End Charles Omenihu offered recorded remarks congratulating the students for their hard work.
"From Malaise to Miracles: Health and Healing in the Lone Star State" is available to download on TSHA’s website.
Ellis replaces retiring Chief Executive Officer Dr. Jesús “Frank” de la Teja
The 27,000th entry chronicles the life of women’s rights activist Eva Goldsmith
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