Texas History Tuesdays: Myths and Unsolved Mysteries of the Texas Revolution
December 15, 2020
10:00am - 11:00am & 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Connect with the Bullock Museum over videoconference during this live presentation.
A Museum Educator, primary sources, and interesting content is a winning instructional combination. These programs are typically taught to elementary and middle school audiences, but we invite anyone who is looking for an enriching and fun experience to connect with us.
What were the causes of the Texas Revolution? What key players and events helped a small group of revolutionaries achieve independence from Mexico? There are some mysteries to the story we may never solve. Sort through the fact and fiction of this epic moment in Texas history through an artifact adventure and discover why the Texas Revolution is crucial to understanding American history.
You'll be able to ask questions during the Q and A at the end of the program. No supplies needed, but if you want to add on some extension activities, see below.
- 4th grade: 4.2d, 4.2e, 4.3a, 4.3b, 4.3c, 4.13a, 4.19a, 4.19b, 4.19d
- 5th grade: 5.23a, 5.23b, 5.23d
- 6th grade: 6.9a, 6.10a, 6.19a, 6.19d
- 7th grade: 7.2d, 7.2e, 7.3a, 7.3b, 7.3c, 7.20a, 7.20b, 7.20e
- 8th grade: 8.1a, 8.29a, 8.29b, 8.29e
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Please note: You will be prompted to download the Zoom application for mobile or desktop if it is not already installed. You do not need a Zoom account to join this livestream. You will be asked to register upon connecting to the webinar. Advanced registration is not required.
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Sponsored by The Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation.
School Field Trips presented by The John M. O'Quinn Foundation.
School Programs are generously funded by Featured Sponsor The Marie M. and James H. Galloway Foundation and Supporting Sponsor The Honorable Kent R. Hance.
The Bullock Texas State History Museum is a division of the State Preservation Board. Additional support of exhibitions and programs is provided by the Texas State History Museum Foundation.