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Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
In 1929 the people of Canyon TX rallied behind Prof. Hattie Anderson. In the face of the great depression they began a campaign to preserve Texas history. The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum stands today as a testament to a community of people that valued their heritage in the face of painful times.
“It is the sacred duty of ours to collect the record of life here and hand this on to the children of the future.” ~ Hattie Anderson
National Ranching heritage Center
Dedicated on July 2, 1976, this 27.5-acre facility was established to preserve the history of ranching, pioneer life and the development of the livestock industry in North America. 48 authentic ranch structures have been relocated to the NRHC from some of the West’s most well known ranches and show the evolution of ranch life from the late 1700s through the mid 1900s.
Haley Memorial Library & History Center
The Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library and J. Evetts Haley History Center has focused on its mission of facilitating the study of Southwestern Texas history since 1976. Housed in the Haley Library are thousands of books, original records, art and artifacts that hold forever the key to our heritage.
Come to the Library to enjoy spirited, inspiring history and the heritage of Texas and the Southwest frontier.
Farm and Ranch Museum of Concho Valley
San Angelo, TX
Schedule to open by the end of 2017, their mission is to celebrate and honor the agricultural heritage of the Concho Valley and educate and inform the people of their community and visitors from other regions about the remarkable legacy of one of the world’s greatest agricultural centers.
In Abilene,TX there is a place where modern day pioneers can relive the Old West. Frontier Texas is where the stories behind the pioneers of the Texas frontier come together with state of the art technology to allow its patrons to meet the people who played a role in shaping the very heart of Texas.
Cattle Raisers Museum
Founded by the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, this museum’s mandate is to preserve the heritage of the livestock industry in the Southwest. This includes a passion for educating students and the general public of the cattlemen’s independent nature, pride and free enterprise system.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science
The Mapping Texas exhibit from frontier to the lone star state traces more than 400 years of Texas history. A guided tour through over 400 years of history, from the wild of an unnamed landscape to the bustling state that leads our nation.
Museum of the Coastal Bend
In 2003 the Museum of the Coastal Bend set out with a mandate to enhance the appreciation and enjoyment of the Texas coastal region’s heritage. To collect, preserve, exhibit, interpret and educate all those that cross its threshold regionally and within the many mid-coastal communities.
El Paso Museum of History
El Paso, TX
The El Paso Museum of History exists for the educational benefit of the community and visitors. It promotes the understanding and significance of the rich, multicultural and multinational history of the border region known as, The Pass of the North.
Heritage Village Museum
Heritage Village Museum, located in Woodville, TX, offers a unique opportunity to experience pioneer life in Southeast Texas. Visitors stroll through a replica village with over 30 buildings full of artifacts from the mid-1800s through 1920.
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