The organizations that collaborated to produce the North Texas WWI Centennial Commemoration exhibit also collected and published educational materials, which are free to access below.
Educational materials are being designed to align with the exhibit’s WWI content, and Texas curriculum for students to visit on school trips. Direct links to educational materials will be available as they’re completed.
Education materials ranging from games, puzzles, quizzes, and videos about WWI for grades k-12.
Mobile Murals & Microdocumentaries: Students Moving History to the Streets & Squares
The Texas State Historical Association is proud to support the efforts of the Texas Historical Commission and Texas WWI Centennial Organization in their efforts to commemorate the role of Texans in the Great War.
Celebrating the lost memory of Fort Worth’s U.S. Army Camp through pictures, books, stories, and other interesting details.
Host Indy takes you back week by week, and shows you what was going on in the past. Watch a new video every Monday, Thursday & Saturday.
Daily articles about WWI with archives categorized by month, and year.
The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission was created by an Act of Congress in 2013. Members of the 12-member Commission were appointed by the President and the leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives, as well as the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the National World War I Museum. All four living former Presidents have agreed to serve the commission as honorary chairmen.
The Texas World War I Centennial organization is part of the National World War I Centennial Commission (WWICC). Texas is committed to commemorating the role of Texas and Texans in the Great War, especially as we approach the 100 year anniversary of U.S. involvement in 2017-2019.
The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is the state agency for historic preservation. We save the real places that tell the real stories of Texas. Our staff consults with citizens and organizations to preserve Texas history through its architectural, archeological, and cultural landmarks including WWI.