East Texas History is a free mobile app and web platform that places the past at your fingertips. Designed by the History Department at Sam Houston State University, the project seeks to highlight the distinctive people, places, and events that have shaped East Texas. Viewers may learn about the region through our interactive, map-based interface, which includes historical stories, photographs, and oral interviews. Follow our progress on Twitter or connect with us on Facebook to learn more about the project or to become a participating author.
East Texas History is available in the iOS App Store and the Google Play Android App Market.
For more information and/or to participate in the project please contact Dr. Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in History at Sam Houston State University, email@example.com, (936) 294-4438.
Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, PhD, Project Director
Amy Bertsch, Associate Editor
Wesley Phelps, PhD, Associate Editor
Board of Directors
Andrew Baker (Texas A&M Commerce)
Robert "Ty" Cashion (Sam Houston State University)
George Cooper (Lone Star Community College - Montgomery)
Zachary Doleshal (Sam Houston State University)
Yvonne Frear (San Jacinto Community College)
Aaron Hyams (Sam Houston State University)
Wesley Phelps (Sam Houston State University)
Michael Phillips (Collin County Community College)
Bernadette Pruitt (Sam Houston State University)
Scott Sosebee (Stephen F. Austin University)
This project would not be possible without the support of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sam Houston State University and the research efforts of the graduate students in the History Department.
Many images on this site are taken from the internet and included here in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107. Others have been digitiazed and are used by permission. If any individual or organization feels that an image is used in violation of copyright law, we are happy to remove it.
We are seeking partners, stories, sponsors and ideas to add more entries to East Texas History. Please contact us if you would like to participate.
You may find our Contributor Guidelines here.
This site is powered by Omeka + Curatescape, a humanities-centered web and mobile framework available for both Android and iOS devices.