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Selections From Our Collections: Who’s Ground Are You Stomping On?
May 18, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

By Jessi Green Sometimes when we highlight selections from HMNS collections, we like to bring your attention to something small and understated, something you may not have noticed on your trips to the museum. But if you’ve been to the museum since the opening of Mapping Texas: From Frontier to Lone Star State, chances are […]

HMNS Weekly Happenings
May 15, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  Lecture – Rocks & Minerals of the Ancient World Fossils, minerals and rocks have been around since before human civilization, yet the sciences to study them have only been established for a couple of hundred years. Learn how the balance between natural resource abundancy and human ingenuity gave rise to the greatest monuments in […]

Spring Break 1936? Texas Tourism Before The Interstate Highway System.
March 19, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

By the Texas General Land Office Archives Staff  In honor of all those Spring Breakers out there, traversing Texas Highways with their family or college friends on epic road trips, and also in honor of our special exhibition Mapping Texas: From Frontier To Lone Star State, we’ve decided to feature an article about a map […]

Don’t Touch Me! Seven Native Texas Bugs That Should Not Be Handled
March 16, 2017 · 3 Comments

Here at the Cockrell Butterfly Center, we make every effort to inspire wonder and interest in the natural world — especially in the under-appreciated area of insects and their relatives. Butterflies are a great ambassador for the insect world since they tend to be admired by most people. Many other insects rouse feelings of fear […]



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