- Journal of Texas Heritage Guidelines for Article Submission
Guidelines for submitting history articles for publication in the Journal of Texas Heritage. The Journal of Texas Heritage, a history journal published by the Texas Heritage Society, Inc., is a peer reviewed publication.
- Philip Nolan Research Center
The Texas Heritage Society in a joint venture with the Johnson County Historical Commission and Johnson County, Texas have established the Philip Nolan Research Center in the Johnson County courthouse in Cleburne, Texas.
- Anson Jones Marker Dedication
Dedication of the Official Texas Historical Marker for Anson Jones, the last President of Texas. Site includes biographical information regarding Anson Jones and photographs of the dedication ceremony.
- Back When: The Woodlands Lifestyles and Homes Magazine
"Back When" articles written by Texas historian and Texas Heritage Society Editor, Melinda Reeves Cagle, for The Woodlands Lifestyles and Homes Magazine.
- Walker County, Texas Flag
History of the Walker County, Texas Flag by Randy Pollard
- Walker County Commissioners Court Minutes - 1846
Transcription of the original 1846-1852 Commissioners Court meetings of Walker County, Texas. Walker County was created in 1846 just after Statehood.
- Houston's River Oaks
Texas Heritage Society President, Kameron K, Searle lends hand with new book about Houston's River Oaks by Ann Dunphy Becker with George L. Murray
Splinters is the newsletter of the East Montgomery County Historical Society.
- Gravesite of Anson Jones
Gravesite of Anson Jones in Glenwood Cemetery in Houston, Texas. Anson Jones was the last President of the Republic of Texas.
- Montgomery County, Texas CSA
Texas Heritage Society member, Frank Johnson, has written a book about the role of Montgomery County, Texas in the War Between the States.
- Anson Jones Historical Marker Text
Anson Jones - Texas State Historical Marker. Complete marker text.
- Mier Expedition
Visit to Mier, Tamaulipas, Mexico by the Texas Heritage Society on October 31, 2009 and November 1, 2009.
- Guerrero Viejo
Photographs of the ruins of Guerrero Viejo, Tamaulipas, Mexico taken by the Texas Heritage Society on November 1, 2009.
- A Poem by Mirabeau B. Lamar
Unpublished poem written by Mirabeau B. Lamar criticizing Sam Houston following his election to a second term. Lamar wrote the poem under the pen name, Faddle.
- Diuguid Family, Patrick Henry and Danville, Texas
The connection between the Diuguid family of Danville, Texas and American patriot, Patrick Henry. Article includes details regarding the town of Danville, Texas.
- Russ Clanton and the Danville Well
Montgomery County history detective and archaeologist, Karen Lawless, tells the story of the re-discovery of the Danville well dating from the Republic of Texas.
- Ferry Fees - Republic of Texas
A complete list of fees charged to cross a river on a ferry during the Republic of Texas as found in the July 1, 1839 minutes of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court.
- House Resolution No. 1123
House Resolution No. 1123 commemorating Montgomery County as the birthplace of the Lone Star flag of Texas and Charles B. Stewart as its designer.
- History of the First Flag of the Republic of Texas
The history of the first flag of the Republic of Texas by Thomas Bruce Green.
- Founders Memorial Cemetery, Houston, Texas
A photographic tour of Founders Memorial Cemetery in Houston, Texas. One of the Allen brothers who founded the City of Houston, the mother of Republic of Texas President Mirabeau B. Lamar and many officers and soldiers who fought in the Battle of San Jacinto are buried there.
- Texas History Stories
Texas History Stories by Littlejohn.
- Sam Houston Rode a Gray Horse
On April 21, 1836, Sam Houston rode into the Battle of San Jacinto on a gray horse. This is the true history of Sam Houston's horse.
- Anson Jones - Grand Master of Masons in Texas
Minutes of the first Grand Lodge of Texas meeting on December 20, 1837 in Houston, Texas. Anson Jones was elected first Grand Master of Masons in Texas.
- Gregg Dimmick Speaks to Texas Heritage Society
Texas historian Gregg Dimmick spoke to the Texas Heritage Society on June 17, 2010.
- San Jacinto Battleground
Request for help in saving a portion of the original San Jacinto Battlefield and an important Civil War site.
- East Montgomery Historical Society Wins Award
East Montgomery County Historical Society Wins award at 2010 Sawmill Festival.
- Texas State Genealogical Society Conference 2011
Details regarding the 2011 Texas State Genealogical Conference held in Houston, Texas November 4-5, 2011.
- Texas 175th Birthday
Texas Heritage Society members attended Texas 175th birthday celebartion in March 2011.
- Natchitoches, Louisiana - Tour of Texas History
Texas Heritage Society Tour of Texas History to Natchitoches, Louisiana on March 8-10, 2013.
- Obedience Smith Marker Dedication
Information about the Texas State Historical Marker dedicated to Obedience Smith in Houston, Texas.
- Galveston - Tour of Texas History #10
Details of Texas Heritage Society Tour of Texas #10 including the Battle of Galveston, Jean Lafitte and the Old City Cemetery on June 4, 2011.