This working farm is centered on the home of Dr. Anson Jones, the last
president of the Republic of Texas. Using Dr. Jones' journals as a guide, the
costumed staff re-create what life was like on a bustling 1850s cotton farm. In
season, visitors can join the staff in planting, harvesting, p...
Located in the Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site, the museum presents the history of the Texas Republic through interactive exhibits, publications and media presentations. Exhibits depict the Republic period's social life, agriculture, transportation, politics and military affairs. Ope...
This is the site where Texas declared independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836. It includes a replica of the building where the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed, a visitor center, Star of the Republic Museum, and trails. The Texas Independence Day celebration is held annually on the ...
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