Winners for the 2014-2015 Republic of Texas Museum Art Contest were honored with a reception at the Republic of Texas Museum on February 21, 2015 in Austin. Museum Committee members worked very hard to present a program honoring the winners of the art certificates and awards. Check out the “Museum” tab of the website to see […]
The 2015 symposium is entitled A Clash of Cultures: American Indians in Spanish, Mexican and Anglo Texas History. Six scholars break the complex subject of the historical cultural interaction between native American Indians and their Spanish, Mexican and Anglo Texas counterparts into manageable pieces. Six scholars are scheduled to speak on Saturday, April 18, 2015 from […]
The Republic of Texas Museum Committee presents a symposium on March 26, 2015, 1015 with authors James L. Haley, Paula Mitchell Marks and the Honorable Kay Bailey Hutchison. For more information and to purchase tickets online. click on the Museum tab of this page.
The latest MOP and Bylaws are available on the website. Go to “Forms & Publications” on the main menu and then click on “Publications” to locate both of these publications. Both can be searched through the Table of Contents and the index by clicking on the page number listed.
District IV will have a new chapter when the James Pinckney Henderson Chapter charters on March 21, 2015. The ceremony is scheduled for 1:00 pm at the Tri County Library, 132 Market St. in Mabank, TX. Please RSVP to K. Jenscke at 903-566-0009 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DRT Nominating Committee met on Saturday, January 24, 2015. The slate of nominees for BOM Officers are as follows: First Vice President General, Barbara Stevens; Second Vice President General, Esther Silva; Third Vice President General, Sonien Noack; Fourth Vice President General, Martha Fleitas; and Historian General, Gaylon Hecker. No applications were received for the […]
Communication for DRT Members
In order to keep members informed of what is happening in DRT, all BOM, Convention and Administrative Committee Minutes are now available on this web site. All of these can be accessed from the "DRT Communication Links" located in the column to the right or they are available from the menu by using the following directions. To access the BOM Minutes, go to the menu and click on "ABOUT DRT" , then "BOARD OF MANAGEMENT" then "BOM MINUTES". To access the DRT Convention Minutes, go to the menu and click on "ABOUT DRT", then "DRT CONVENTION MINUTES". To access the Administrative Committee Minutes, go to the menu and click on "COMMITTEES", then "COMMITTEE MINUTES". Remember also that the latest newsletter from the President General is available by going to the menu and clicking on "NEWSLETTERS" and then "PRESIDENT GENERAL'S NEWS.
Republic of Texas History Complex
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) has owned the property adjacent to the French Legation Museum since May, 2013. By building the Republic of Texas Museum and business offices on this property, DRT will create the Republic of Texas History Complex, a visit to three museums – The French Legation Museum, The Republic of Texas Museum, and the Children’s Interactive Museum. The Complex will provide a larger, more appropriate setting for exhibits, educational programs, conferences, and other festivities. In this way, DRT will better serve the State of Texas and visitors seeking to learn about and appreciate the fascinating history of the State of Texas. Click here to see the latest design plans. ROTHC Naming Rights and Pledge Forms are also available for members and friends to help with The Republic of Texas History Complex project. For complete information on The Republic of Texas History Complex visit the ROTHC website.
Native Texan License Plate
Show everyone where you're from with the Native Texan specialty license plate. Your purchase of this attractive license plate benefits the DRT's historic preservation and Texas history education programs.
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