Hispanic Heritage Matters

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Texas began with strong research to support its
goals of authorship, publications, exhibits, and documentaries,
etc. Additionally, we sought out noted scholars for review and
guidance in our works.

Further, we identified partnering institutions, organizations, and
universities to help expand our efforts and mission. Lastly, many
research facilities, archival centers, and websites were utilized for
data sources and record needs.

We believe the following list is a good cross-section of local, state
national reference centers and websites to be used by anyone or
a group needs to begin or continue their investigations:  

Alamo Legacy & Missions Association
American History Center
Bandera Frontier Times Museum
Bandera Public Library
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
Casa Navarro State Historic Site
Lorenzo De Zavala State Library and Archives
Former Texas Rangers Association Foundation
Los Bexareños Genealogical Society
National Archives & Records Administration
San Fernando Cathedral
San Antonio Public Library Texana Genealogy Department
Sons of DeWitt Colony Texas
Southern Historical Association
Bexar County Courthouse Spanish Archives
Tejano Association for Historical Preservation 
Texas Historical Foundation
Texas Historical Commission
Texas State Historical Association
The Handbook of Texas Online
Texas General Land Office
United Methodist Church Southwest Texas Conference
University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures
United States Army Military History Institute
The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To Genealogy