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Painting of Mexican mother and child


Spanish Conquistadors and Mexican Vaqueros Left an Indelible Stamp on the Lone Star State.

Portraits, landscape paintings, drawings, and historical maps flesh out the cultural history.

Opening of the Judge Thomas M. Reavley Papers, August 23, 2013

50 States of Preservation: Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas

By Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

An NEH Preservation Assistance Grant helped the East Texas Research Center at Stephen F. Austin State University plan for disaster to save irreplaceable books, papers, maps, and other materials documenting East Texas political, business, and social history.

65th Infantry in Puetro Rico, 1941.


El Movimiento

Latino Americans, a sweeping new documentary, chronicles the experiences of Hispanics in the United States.


Crossroads of Conflict

The U.S.-Mexican War is retold by both sides in a new documentary.


Taking the Humanities to the People

James Veninga, former director of the Texas council, talks with NEH Chairman William R. Ferris about renewing civic life.


The Lone Star State Crosses a New Frontier

Douglas E. Barnett talks with NEH Chairman William R. Ferris about taking the New Handbook of Texas online.

In Focus

Stories Behind the Documents

Michael Gillette is preserving the past in Texas.


Do You Speak American?

A new documentary investigates the different ways of speaking American English, from Maine and Ohio to Louisiana and California.

Michael Gillette

In Focus

Michael Gillette

Michael Gillette works to make Humanities Texas as noticeable as the handsome mansion it is restoring and using as a new headquarters.

Hogue painting


Fire on the Walls

Texas looks at the land through the eyes of artist Alexandre Hogue.