The permanent exhibition of this museum is divided into three main sections: the discovery of Texas, the construction of the'identity and the development of opportunities. Each recounts the most dramatic events in Texas history, using pictorial and sound materials, and time objects. We will therefore see the expedition of Panfilo de Narvaez, which first reached the coasts of Galveston in 1528, the development of Spanish missions throughout the state, the plan of Moses Austin to bring US families to the territory of Mexico, the resistance of the Indian people, the history of the Buffalo Soldiers, the'revolution and the battle of San Jacinto, the riches of Texas and the Battle of San Jacinto. their development, etc. Two very good cinemas are presenting short films to the glory of Texas. In a word, this museum is not missed because, in a very didactic form, it condenses the fascinating history of this state not like the others.
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