Women Across Texas History: Educator Content Bundle

The contributions of Texas women to the state’s history are as wide-ranging and diverse as the land itself. In examining the Lone Star State’s past from any vantage point, women are an integral part of the timeline. Be they ancient or contemporary, provincial or worldly, as individuals or groups, Texas women make Texas history.

Join TSHA in recognizing the varied ways women have shaped the state’s history at home, across the state, nationally, and abroad.

In this content bundle, you will find:

  • Lesson plans specifically relating to the important individuals, movements, and eras of Texas women’s history.
  • Information on Texas History Day teacher workshops that satisfy your continuing professional education credits.
  • Links to articles from the Texas Almanac focusing on some of the most influential women from our state’s past.
  • A recommended reading list featuring a selection of the best non-fiction books about Texas women.
  • A curated selection of articles from the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, the premier scholarly journal on Texas history.
  • Webinars from our Texas Talks series specifically relating to Texas women’s history.
  • The first two volumes in our Women Across Texas History eBook series

Get your FREE content bundle Women Across Texas History today!

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