This month in Texas Highways:
Study the rock art of Panther Cave, band birds in the Hill Country, take the kids to Grapevine, and get ready for the March issue of TH!
Lady Bird's Legacy
Barbara Rodriguez introduces her son and readers to Lady Bird's Texas legacy with a tour of the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall, and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and LBJ Library in Austin. This year, in honor of what would have been Lady Bird's hundredth birthday, several sites are hosting special events.
To document this rock art in danger, the SHUMLA School near Comstock teams up with the National Park Service and Texas Parks and Wildlife.
From Uncertain to Blue
Photographer Keith Carter revisits his seminal work—an internationally acclaimed collection of small-town-Texas portraits.
Go. See. Do!
In March, towns across the state honor Texas Independence Day with great pride, and Texans add their own personal flair to the festivities. For a searchable list of all Texas happenings go to the TH Events page.
The Texas Declaration of Independence was adopted on March 2, 1836. Where was that declaration signed?