texas-history

texas history

Home Front: Lecture examines Texas history in WWII
August 20, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

By Guest Blogger Mike Vance, Houston Arts and Media To picture the home front during World War II is to summon memories of drives for war bonds and scrap metal and rationing of sugar, meat and shoes. To be sure, it was a time that included all of those sacrifices and more. It was also, […]

Labor Day! Fun For The Long Weekend At HMNS
August 30, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Monday is Labor Day – and you know what that means, right? LONG WEEKEND. In case you’re wondering how to fill the long hours between Friday afternoon and Tuesday morning, here’s a list of the top ten weekend experiences you can have with the family at HMNS all weekend long. That’s right – we’re open […]

Iconic Phrases and the Texas Revolution
July 13, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Today’s post was written by our volunteer Pat Hazlett “Come and Take It!” “Remember the Alamo!” “Remember Goliad!” What Texan is not familiar with these phrases?  Phrases to stir the soul, inspire courage, and incite rebellion. Each phrase is associated with a pivotal point on Texas’ road from revolution to independence.  “Come and Take it Cannon” […]

Flickr Photo of the Month: Fiddle! [June 2011]
June 13, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Texas! The Exhibition by photine on Flickr There are some amazing photographers that wander the halls of HMNS – as well as the areas surrounding the Museum in Hermann Park. When we’re lucky, they share what they capture in our HMNS Flickr pool. Each month, we highlight one of these photos here on the blog. […]


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