Blanco County Historical Commission
PO Box 1121
Johnson City, TX 78638
Driftwood Historical Conservation Society
PO BOX 314
Driftwood, Texas 78619
Hays County Court House
712 S. Stagecoach Trail
San Marcos, Texas 78666
San Marcos Public Library
625 E. Hopkins Street
San Marcos, TX 78666
Wimberley Village Library
400 FM 2325
Wimberley, TX 78676
The Handbook of Texas Online
This resource is considered “the Bible” for researchers seeking information on “people, places, events, historical themes, institutions, and a host of other topical categories dealing with Texas.” It is sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association and the General Libraries at UT-Austin.
Texas History and Culture
Links to information on the history and culture of Texas, including Texas Governors, the Texas State Cemetery, and archives from the Texas General Land Office
The Portal to Texas History
University of North Texas Library provides a digital link to books, maps, photos, articles, etc. you can search yourself to find research material.
Includes a time line, Travis letter from the Alamo, and highlights of Texas history.
Texas Treasures Online
Exhibit of historical documents from the Texas State Library and Archives.
The Center for American History at the University of Texas
Divided into six divisions, located in four different regions of Texas, with each serving a unique purpose with large resources. Great photo library.
The Texas History Page
A commercial site that sells DVD’s and VHS documentaries on Texas History. Their subject matter is far ranging and they have been on PBS, etc. Also links to other information.
Ancestors and Newspapers
A commercial site that does offer a 14 day free trail. Lots of census info and old newspapers to look at, plus help on doing genealogical searches.
Texas Historical Commission Atlas
This will link you to the search site with over 300,000 records from every county in Texas. It also has detailed maps. Enter the site and pick the county you want to search for data on historical markers, historic registered places, courthouses, and even sawmills!