The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, continuously published since 1897, is the premier source of scholarly information about the history of Texas and the Southwest. The first 100 volumes of the Quarterly are now available Online with searchable Tables of Contents. Printed copies of the Quarterly are a benefit of membership in the Texas State Historical Association and are widely available in public and private libraries.
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Today, the Handbook reaches more than 4 million people annually across the United States and in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. TSHA's classroom, extra-curricular, and online education programs are available to every 4th -12th grade student in Texas.What's new at Tsha press?
Ranging from beautifully illustrated volumes to scholarly tomes to concise series on important events and places in Texas history, award-winning TSHA Press books tell both well-known and obscure stories of Texas. Our newest program brings noted historians and scholars to you via your computer or laptop.What does tsha stand for?
The Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) seeks to shed light on the achievements of Texan women through a massive initiative to expand on the nation’s oldest and most successful digital state encyclopedia, the Handbook of Texas. Texas women make Texas history, and the time has come to illuminate the stories of these women.
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