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Fort Bend Connection

Teachers: We know things look a little different in the classroom this year and we want to help! Together with the Fort Bend History Association and the Fort Bend Museum, our team has launched the Fort Bend Connection project to bring Texas and Fort Bend County history to your classroom this year. The plan has multiple components tailored to your curriculum, including free educational videos and worksheets aligned with TEKS objectives and rentable boxes that include a number of different hands-on historical activities.

DOWNLOAD THE FLYER HERE.

Questions? Contact Allison Harrell at aharrell@fortbendmuseum.org


 

Texas Landscape & Early Explorers

Episode 1: Early Texas Explorers

Episode Two: The Mexican War for Independence, Part 1

Episode 3: The Mexican War for Independence, Part Two

Episode 4:The Karankawa and Other Native Tribes

Episode 5: James Long

Additional Educational Resources:

 

 

History To Go Podcast:

Episode 1: Myths, Lies, and Rumors in Early Texas

 


Texas Colonization

Episode 6: Stephen F. Austin

Episode 7: Empresarios

Episode 8: The Old 300 in Fort Bend

Episode 9: Women Pioneers

Additional Educational Resources: 

History To Go Podcast:

Episode 2: Texas Colonization with J.R. Thomas

 

 


The Texas Revolution

Episode 10: Runaway Scrape

Episode 11: The Battle of San Jacinto

Episode 12: “Deaf” Smith

Episode 13: Santa Anna

Additional Educational Resources: 

 

History To Go Podcast:

Episode 3: Events Leading Up to the Texas Revolution

 


Texas History

Episode 14: Jane Long

Episode 15: Signs and Symbols Part One

Episode 16: Flags of Texas

Episode 17: Signs and Symbols Part Two

Additional Educational Resources: 

 

History To Go Podcast

Episode 4: Vignettes from Texas History

 

 


Texas as a Republic

Episode 18: Sam Houston

Episode 19: Mirabeau B. Lamar

Episode 20: Anson Jones

Episode 21: Houston vs. Lamar

Additional Educational Resources:

 

History To Go Podcast

Episode 5: Usefuls, Contemptibles, and Loafers: A Story from Texas as a Republic

 


Cowboys and Cows

Episode 22: The Texas Longhorn

Episode 23: Barbed Wire

Episode 24: Cattle Drives and the Chuckwagon

Episode 25: Ranches

Additional Educational Resources:

 

History To Go Podcast

Episode 6:Black Cowboys in Fort Bend County

 


Cotton

Episode 26: The Cotton Plant

Episode 27: The Cotton Gin

Episode 28: Boll Weevil

Episode 29: Cotton and the Enslaved

Additional Educational Resources:

 

History To Go Podcast

Episode 7: The Legend of “Tree Sheep” and Other Fun Facts About Cotton

 


Railroads

Episode 30: History of the Locomotive

Episode 31: History of Trains in Fort Bend County

Episode 32: The New York, Texas and Mexican Railway

Episode 33: Pittsville

Episode 34: Impact of the Railroad on Fort Bend County

Additional Educational Resources:

 

History To Go Podcast

Episode 8: Trains in Fort Bend County

 


Fort Bend County Figures

Episode 35: Walter Moses Burton

Episode 36: Mamie George

Episode 37: Arizona Fleming

Episode 38: The Moore Family

Additional Educational Resources:

 

History To Go Podcast

 

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