Feature

The Runaway Scrape

Exodus of Texians is an unsung episode of the Texas war for independence

Texas History

The Bluebonnet Lady of Texas

A San Antonio civic leader galvanized women’s groups to save the state flower

Texas History

Wounded—Then Rejected

The first casualty of the Texas Revolution, a free Black man, had to fight for his residency in the new republic

Texas USA

Hill Country Empire

Charles Schreiner’s legacy includes the YO Ranch and a university that bears his name

Footnotes in Texas History

A Name That Sticks

Falfurrias—the butter and the town—emerged from South Texas’ King Ranch

Observations

Time To Talk About That

Black History Month takes on an added sense of urgency this year

Texas USA

Flying Blind

South Texas was home to an early instruments-only commercial flying school

Footnotes in Texas History

The Scariest Bridge in Texas

The steep Rainbow Bridge connecting Port Arthur and Orange is a nightmare for some

Feature

Burgs in a New Land

175 years ago, a wave of German immigrants transformed the Texas Hill Country

Footnotes in Texas History

He Gave Us the Stars

An eccentric banker funded the McDonald Observatory against family wishes


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