- Texas Heritage Society
The Texas Heritage Society, Inc. is an organization whose main goals are to discover, understand and preserve Texas history. Initially this organization will focus on southeast Texas history. The organization has the long range goal of expanding into all Texas historical topics.
- Texas History Page Blog
For those who love Texas and Texas history. Information about Texas history events, books, activities, discoveries, etc.
- Montgomery County, Texas
The history and genealogy of Montgomery County, Texas. Coordinators for this site are Jane Sanford-Hogan Keppler and Jean Huot Smoorenburg.
- Lone Star Chapter #58 - Sons of the Republic of Texas
Official web site of Lone Star Chapter #58 of the Sons of the Republic of Texas. Very active in preserving the history of Montgomery County, Texas.
- San Jacinto Chapter #1 - Sons of the Republic of Texas
Official web site of San Jacinto Chapter #1 Sons of the Republic of Texas located in Houston, Texas.
- Montgomery Texas
Information and links related to the City of Montgomery, Texas, and the surrounding area.
- Republic of Texas Timeline
A chronological view of the interrelationships of the people and events that created The Republic of Texas by Dvid Martin.
- Old Danville Cemetery
Information about the Old Danville Cemetery on Shepard Hill Road near Willis, Texas in Montgomery County by Karen Lucas Lawless.
- Danville Townsite Research
The latest archeological research regarding the townsite of Old Danville, Texas.
- Historic Lands Called "Places", Montgomery, Texas
Lake Creek Settlement mentioned in Montgomery County News Article written by Narcissa Martin Boulware April 28, 2004.
- Historic Lands Called "Places," Montgomery, Texas
Rogers, Gay and Landrum families living in the Lake Creek Settlement. Newspaper article in the Montgomery County News written by Narcissa Martin Boulware, April 21, 2004.
- Historic Lands of Montgomery, Montgomery, Texas
Newspaper article about the Zachariah Landrum League in the Lake Creek Settlement by Narcissa Martin Bolware in the Montgomery County News, June 9, 2004.
- Texas County Formation Maps
This tool shows you exactly what the boundaries of a given county looked like in a given year. This is a very cool tool for understanding the formation of all the Texas counties. If you are doing historical or genealogical research involving Texas counties, you know how confusing the ever changing boundaries can be. This tool makes it much clearer and easier to understand.