Thank you for downloading your FREE eBook from TSHA’s Road to the Texas Revolution series. As a special offer to users who downloaded this eBook, we have included a “Come and Take It” t-shirt in most of our new member welcome packages.
With your help, we can better share Texas Revolution history with individuals across the globe, as well as curate and publish new eBooks for users to enjoy. Continue reading below to learn more about what your membership with TSHA supports. Join today to take advantage of this special membership offer before it ends.
For twelve decades, TSHA has earned and maintained its reputation as the authority on Texas history. With each new publication, event, or educational program, TSHA seeks to foster the appreciation and teaching of the unique history of Texas. We take great pride in curating accurate historical content for the public, and the support of our members ensures this content remains accessible to all students of Texas history. When you become a member of TSHA, you join this growing network of individuals who share your passion for the Lone Star State.
In addition to your important role in encouraging the study of Texas history, you receive insider access to special content and benefits as a member, such as:
The Southwestern Historical Quarterly – You will receive all four issues of the premier source of scholarly research on Texas history each year you are a member. Read original articles on the beginnings of the Texas Revolution and its impact today.
Access to the TSHA Digital Library — You will gain immediate access to our full library of Texas history content written and produced over the past twelve decades. This includes our popular Texas Talks series, featuring engaging webinars on the facts and myths surrounding the Battle of the Alamo, the “Come and Take It” cannon, and the life of Stephen F. Austin. You are also able to access more than sixty online editions of the Texas Almanac, more than 100 volumes of Quarterly, and all current and future eBooks.
The Riding Line Newsletter—This content-packed newsletter is sent four times a year and will keep you up-to-date on local historical happenings, recent publications, and other resources that TSHA produces for our members and the public at-large.
By joining TSHA, you will also receive invites to special events, such as our Annual Meeting, where you will meet noted historians and network with fellow members who also enjoy the history of the Texas Revolution. At Annual Meeting you participate in receptions, luncheons, and informative sessions, featuring at least one Revolution-focused discussion.
We invite you to become a member today and help us share the history of Texas with individuals across the country and throughout the world.
When you join TSHA, a portion of your membership dues will support valuable Texas programs, publications, and outreach. You are contributing to TSHA’s mission to “foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas and, by example and through programs and activities, encourage and promote research, preservation, and publication of historical material affecting the state of Texas.”
By becoming a member, you support:
The Handbook of Texas, the go-to encyclopedic resource on Texas history. The Handbook comprises more than 27,000 entries and counting, including dozens of articles on the Texas Revolution. Today, the Handbook reaches more than 4 million people annually across the United States and from 230 countries and territories around the world.
Our educational programs online and in the classroom. More than 1,000,000 students benefit each year from our educational programs and our vast online resources. For example, our annual Texas History Day is a celebration of Lone Star State history and encourages students to develop their research, communication, and teamwork skills.
Our publishing division, like TSHA Press. We have released more than 235 books, many of which are in their second and third printing. A number of these books focus on the individuals involved in the Texas Revolution, as well as its lasting historical legacy on Texas and the United States.
Join TSHA today to support the continued publication and teaching of Texas history for future generations of Texas history enthusiasts and students.