Tags » Texas History

Texas History 9-8/9-12

This week in Texas History we will be concluding our discussion of primary and secondary sources by taking a test on Monday and Tuesday. The rest of the week will be spent examining maps, graphs, and charts as we begin to get closer and closer to Texas geography.

Cluster Information

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a Mexican Classic

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Villa Finale will be collaborating with the Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas in an outdoor screening of the 1948 Mexican classic, … 979 more words

Everardo Carlos Lerma, 1915-1998: A Different Kind of Mexican American Hero

By: Jorge Iber, PhD

Texas Tech University

In my first post, I provided an argument for the inclusion of Mexican Americans (and other Latinos/as) within the broader framework of the history of US sports.  1,486 more words


sandvick reblogged this on DailyHistory.org and commented:

Jorge Iber at Sport in American History has post about Evarardo Carlos Lerma. Lerma was born in the United States to Mexican immigrants and was raised by his siblings. Lerma used his athletic prowess in football and brains to graduate from both high school and college. He eventually became a teacher, coach and administrator for public schools in Texas. Iber's posts describes how Lerma used football as way to fight discrimination and create opportunities for himself back in 1930s-1940s Texas.

History Fair Project Packet

Attached is the History Fair Project Packet that contains due dates, project information, and the topic selection form which is due on Sept. 26th. Please review the packet and begin to think about the topic you want to research…

History Fair Project Packet 2014

Cluster Information

Unit 1 Test-Texas History

The Unit 1 Test for Texas History will be given on Monday (9-8-2014) and Tuesday (9-9-2014). Below is a link for the study guide.


Study Guide Unit 1 

Cluster Information

Extra Credit-Texas History 9-8/9-12

This is the second extra credit (5pts) opportunity of the year. Clink on the appropriate link to see the directions and extra credit website. Only click the link that corresponds to your class period. 70 more words

Cluster Information