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It's a pleasure to share a couple of bits of information shared by a Jumano historian, Makowa De: 1.  I enjoyed lesson 9 obviously. I do want to make an observation however. When the Spanish arrived they did not have a sound in their vocabular…

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Dec. 14, 2020

Why Study History?

History Lets look at the uses and nature of history again, as we briefly did in the very first Texas History Lesson. History is a good source of personal and social identity.  History can help us understand the problems we face today. We…

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Hello everyone, I thought that I would share a link to my thesis that I worked on at the University of North Texas.  It was a lot of fun and I got a little carried away with the length of the project.  But I'm pretty happy with how it t…

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Nov. 8, 2020

Karankawas.com

The image above is from Karankawas.com an excellent website on the very interesting Karankawa people of the Texas Gulf Coast.  The site is run by Tim Seiter, a PhD student at Southern Methodist University, who is currently writing a book on t…

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This website will act as a supplement to the THL podcast.  It will have links to interesting articles and history resources, recommended reading lists and much more.  

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