the history of Texas
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The Texas Heritage Society,
Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of Texas' rich
and unique history. It is based in The Woodlands, Texas. The Texas
Heritage Society is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Contributions to the Texas Heritage Society are tax deductible under section 170 of the
Code. The Texas Heritage Society is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers
or gifts under section 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Code. Click here to see Texas Heritage Society, Inc.'s
501(c)(3) IRS Tax Exempt Status
You are invited to become a member of the
Texas Heritage Society.
Mail membership dues to:
Please be sure to include
your mailing address and your email address.
Benefits of membership in the Texas
Heritage Society include historic site tours, publications, invitations to numerous events, films, lectures, and
General meetings are held quarterly in
March, June, September, and December. Historic Site Tours are held biannually.
If you are a member of the Texas Heritage
Society and you would like to receive emails about upcoming meetings, events and activities, contact Martha
Haydel at Qjohn@aol.com with your email address.
Publications and Web
One of the main goals of the Texas Heritage
Society is to provide historians with a forum to present their research over a broad range of Texas historical
subjects. THS publishes scholarly articles in the Journal of Texas Heritage, selected articles on its
Web site, and other books and pamphlets.
Guidelines for Journal of Texas
The Journal of Texas Heritage is a
history journal sponsored by the Texas Heritage Society, Inc. The Texas Heritage Society, Inc. is a
statewide non-profit organization based in The Woodlands, Texas. The first edition of our journal, a
peer-reviewed publication, is scheduled to be out in 2013.
Click here to read the guidelines for article submissions to
the Journal of Texas Heritage.
East Montgomery County
The Texas Heritage Society, Inc. also
welcomes those interested in the heritage of Southeast Texas to join in supporting the East Montgomery County
Museum located in Porter , Texas. Information about the museum is available by calling: (281)
Submit News, Articles and Photographs
he webmaster of the Texas Heritage Society web site welcomes submissions
for News and Articles as
well as photos and other image files, i.e pdf. files, etc.
Please submit all electronic data
within the following guidelines:
Text should be in Word document format. All
articles may be edited by THS. Authors of history and genealogy articles are encouraged to cite sources
with footnotes or endnotes.
Photos must be submitted as a separate
attachment in .jpg, .bmp, or .tif format. Please limit the number of photos submitted per article.
Scanned newspapers are not acceptable.
Identify each photo with a specific name. Photo
files must be named appropriately, i.e. "executive
"anson jones.jpg" (Include names of subjects in photo