Thursday March 1, 2018 to Sunday January 6, 2019
ON DISPLAY MARCH 1, 2018 THROUGH JAN. 6, 2019
Friday April 20, 2018 to Wednesday January 2, 2019
As Texas took its current shape, the space changed from an extensive, unexplored, and sparsely settled frontier under the Spanish Crown to its iconic and easily recognizable outline today. Mapping Texas: From Frontier to the Lone Star State traces the cartographic history of Texas from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, through 26 maps, split into seven different subjects. Mapping Texas explains how centuries of change shaped our perspective of Texas from a distant frontier to the Lone Star State, all with the understanding that in order for land to be claimed, it needed to be mapped first.
Thursday June 21, 2018 to Wednesday August 15, 2018
The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Post 9/11 GI Bill by welcoming “The Greatest Legislation: An American Legion Centennial Salute to the GI Bill” to College Station, June 22 through August 15. The multimedia exhibit features illustrated panels and touch-screen video kiosks that depict the crisis, drama, solution, effects and ongoing success of the GI Bill.