A New Deal for Texas Parks, main page.

Welcome to a New Deal for Texas Parks - an online exhibit and education center for teachers and students of Texas history, made possible in part through the generous support of Humanities Texas' Linden Heck Howell Texas History Grant. Humanities Texas is a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Flip through the pages of the scrapbook to explore how individuals, communities and landscapes in Texas were impacted by the New Deal Era. Discover how the Civilian Conservation Corps constructed many of the state parks we enjoy today. Explore a variety of primary source documents such as photographs, oral histories, letters and music that help tell this American story through the eyes of Texas.

As you experience the scrapbook, we invite you to create a keepsake of your own. Each introduction of the sections displayed in the scrapbook will have a keepsake envelope. Be sure to click on these envelopes and print the page that pops out. This page will be your guide as you engage in learning more from the impressive amount of primary sources throughout the site. In the end, you will create a keepsake of your own.

The Interactive Exhibit is flash based and requires the user to have the free Macromedia Flash Player installed on their computer before they can use it, If you want to access the content without flash go to the HTML version of "A New Deal for Texas Parks" exhibit.


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Acknowledgements, Copyright & Reproduction Policies

Acknowledgements:

This online education center has been made possible through the generous support of Humanities Texas' Linden Heck Howell Texas History Grant. Humanities Texas is a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. This project was also made possible through the support of contractor and project manager Michael Magruder of Media Engine, Light Design Works for creative and programming development, curriculum developer Jana Magruder, Stephen Cure and the Texas State Historical Association, and the Interpretation and Exhibits Branch of the State Parks Division of Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

Copyright & Reproduction Policies:

All sources used in this exhibit are used in accordance to fair use policies and are for educational purposes only.

The primary sources and curriculum units posted on this site are for educators and classroom use. Any other use, in printed or electronic publication form, requires the permission of the copyright owners and/or Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Permission for the reproduction of textual materials in the lesson plans will be granted to schools, not-for-profit institutions or organizations, and governmental bodies at no charge.

By copyright, images on this website are the legal property of the institutions or individuals to which they are credited.

Any other use, including but not limited to publication in print or electronically (as in a website), requires the written permission of the copyright owner. Reproduction and or publication fees may apply according to the policies of the contributing institutions or owners.

All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the principles of "fair use" under U.S. copyright law, no part of this site may be reproduced in any form, stored in a database or retrieval system, or transmitted or distributed in any form by any means - electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording, or otherwise - without the prior written permission of the copyright owner.

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