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If you're looking for anything from an ancestor's picture in a college year book to a rare historical map, you'll find much to enjoy here at the Portal to Texas History. This project is hosted by the University of North Texas Libraries and the site has grown exponentially since it began over a decade ago. First-time users can look over the Featured Collections on the homepage to get a feel for the documents offered in the portal. Additionally, the Search area allows users to look through books, maps, photos, and newspapers of note. All told, there are over 390,000 unique items and the collection is particularly strong in terms of late 19th and early 20th century items. Teachers shouldn't miss the Resources 4 Educators section that includes activities for K-12 teachers, along with selected primary sources on specific topics, including Sam Houston and Native Americans in Texas.
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