Stroll Thru Texas History 2016 Texas Heroes Foundation feels Texas Proud to have hosted over 500 students on March 2, 2016. Thank you, teachers. Your time and dedication is so appreciated. The students from Acton Middle School, Lakeside Baptist, Cornerstone Christian School and more exhibited excellent behavior.
Do you love Mystery and History? The story of Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne and his once-lost pistol would be an excellent entry in the www.March2Texas Student History Fair. Patrick Cleburne was also called the “Stonewall of the West.” Learn more here.
Tejanos — Hispanics who were born in what would later become Texas — were an important part in the fight for Texas independence. Jose Antonio Navarro and Lorenzo de Zavala were part of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2,1836. ln 1836, about 4,000 Tejanos lived north of the Nueces River….
San Antonio in 1837, John Coffee Hays came from Tennessee Hays shortly after Texas won its independence from Mexico. By 1841, he was a Texas Ranger captain at twenty years of age. A fearless fighter and skilled leader, Hays became famous for defending Texans against raids from Native American (Comanche) and Mexican bandits. Hays would come to symbolize the…
Hannah, way to go, girl! Hannah’s name was drawn from those selfie entries we received in the Selfie Scavenger Hunt TID. She will receive $50 for her entry at the Stroll Thru Texas History.
Show us your talent. Sing? Dance? Play Music? Act? Story Telling? Puppets? or ever it is–BRING IT ON! Celebrate Texas with the Texas Heroes Foundation Student History Fair (THFSHF). 2016 THFSHF has added two new divisions Website and Performing Arts. Tips for Performing Arts – Ballads, scenes in duets, solo and groups. Example: video or…