Continue your support of TSHA and Texas history by renewing your membership today

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Since 1897, TSHA has sought to foster the appreciation and teaching of Texas history through new publications, events, and educational programs. Your prior contribution as a member has made much of this possible, and we are grateful for your past participation and support. Thanks to members like you, we are able to enhance our key programs.

This year, we celebrate our 120 year anniversary. As we reflect on what we have accomplished in the past, we also look forward to the future. We seek to build on what you have helped us achieve in order to provide you, as well as the public, with even better content and programs focused on sharing the unique history of Texas with all history enthusiasts.

With these goals in mind, we have updated our membership levels. Your continued support is crucial to the success of each of our projects, and we invite you to renew your membership today. To show our appreciation for your contributions as a member, you will receive new membership benefits with your renewal at certain levels, such as:

Don’t worry, you will also retain the insider benefits you received in the past.

tsha products Additionally, for a limited time, starting at the $60 level, we are offering a paperback copy of the Handbook of Texas Music, 2nd edition, as a special thank you for renewing your membership today. The Handbook of Texas Music is the ultimate resource on the pioneers and stars of the music industry who got their start in Texas.

With your continued membership, you will help us do even more. We will expand the Handbook of Texas with more entries in our effort to create the comprehensive encyclopedia on Texas history. We will enhance our educational programs to help teach students the contributions of previous generations of Texans. We will release more publications to document the stories of the prominent people and places in Texas history.

We invite you to renew today to help us do even more to foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of Texas history for the next 120 years.