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The Texas Historical Commission offers a wide range of programs that help preserve the past for future generations of Texans, stimulate economic development across the state, and educate students and professionals alike about historic preservation.

Our programs include:

Cemetery Preservation, County Historical Commission Outreach, First Lady's Texas Treasures Award, Certified Local Government, Curatorial Facility Certification, Heritage Tourism, Historic Resources Survey, Historic Texas Highways, Historic Texas Lands Plaque, Marine Archeology, Military History, Museum Services, National Register of Historic Places, Preservation Tax Incentives, Project Review, Regional Archeology, State Archeological Landmarks, State Historical Markers, Texas Archeological Stewards, Texas Archeology Month, Texas Courthouse Stewardship, Texas Heritage Trails, Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation, Texas Main Street, Texas Treasure Business Award, THC Preservation Awards and THC State Historic Sites. More information can be found at Texas Historical Commission site.


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