Political scandals, war heros, heat waves and hurricanes, civil rights visionaries, football rivalries, boom towns and oil barons -- just a few of the stories that made Texas great!

THIS WEEK IN TEXAS HISTORY is a new 60-second,weekly radio feature from the Texas General Land Office Save Texas History program that shines a light on the little-known episodes in the story of Texas.

THIS WEEK IN TEXAS HISTORY is full of the colorful, vibrant stories that make Texas a special place to live.

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This Week In Texas History RADIO AFFILIATES

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October 2014
"Mexican Alamo"
October 3, 1839
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Previous Months
September 2014
"Seaport"
September 22, 1876
script | audio
"The Crash at Crush"
September 15, 1896
script | audio
"Kilby's Gadget"
September 12, 1958
script | audio
"Southern North"
September 2, 1863
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