Digital images for hundreds of 19th century United States newspapers. Includes The Galveston Daily News (Texas' oldest newspaper) from 1874 until 1897.*
Searchable archive of the Dallas Morning News.*
Legal forms specific to Texas.*
Full text articles from the Chronicle from 1985 to the present. *
Please Note: The publisher of the Houston Chronicle is no longer making it available through PressReader. The most current electronic version of the Houston Chronicle that we can provide access to is the previous day's paper through the Houston Chronicle (Article Search) link. This link no longer functions and will be removed from the website by the January 26th.
The complete Houston Chronicle on microfilm, including obituaries, available in a digital format. Coverage runs from January 2008 to December 2011. Use by selecting the title Houston Chronicle and the desired date.*
Sanborn maps are historical large scale plans of a city drawn at a scale of 50 feet to an inch. These maps are used to trace the history and development of cities and are also helpful in genealogical and historical research.*
Full text journals and books about Texas history, biography, ethnic & cultural diversity, gender studies, literature, public health, business as well as home & garden and sports & leisure.*
Includes all images and indexes for US censuses 1790-1940. Also contains over 1 billion newspaper articles, full text of modern U.S. newspaper obituaries, and enhanced Social Security Death Index (SSDI) records.
The 2040 RTP is the comprehensive plan that identifies transportation projects needed to meet population growth in the next 25 years.
Contains records of architectural drawings owned by the Houston Metropolitan Research Center, primarily for structures in the Houston area.
Information about companies and charities to encourage wise purchases and a fair marketplace.
Forms to register your business with the Texas Secretary of State.
Articles to assist with successful job hunting with emphasis on greater Houston area.
Search and read newspapers from 1836-1922 and find information about American newspapers from 1690-present. Includes The Houston Daily Post (12/1/1893--2/28/1903) and The Jewish Herald (Houston) (9/24/1908--12/29/1910).
Overview of Houston government and history with links to City and related resources.
Employment opportunities with the city.
Directory of services for the homeless in the Houston area.
Logs for Electric East Texas Wells by the Houston Geological Society.
Harris County Flood Control District's Model and Map Management System is an interactive tool that works with FEMA's Harris County floodplain models.
Houston's "chamber of commerce".
The City of Houston's Green Building Resource Center is an education center where the public can learn and be advised of green building and green building products.
Encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture.
Connect with information services and people in Harris County Government.
Useful guidelines for property owners and the database of appraisal records. (FF)
Documents the history of the government and the citizens of Harris County as revealed through the county records and donated materials.
Provides helpful contact information regarding flooding in Harris County.
Employment and training opportunities with the county.
For Harris County, Texas.
Find statistics on all Greater Houston school districts including dropout rates, TEKS and SAT scores, and related data.
Legal assistance from the Houston Bar Association.
Information for bicyclists in Houston including maps, trails, and much more.
Information about literacy services, volunteer opportunities, and resources includes the ability to search for literacy providers by zipcode.
Houston City Directories for selected years between 1866 and 1922 are now available through the Houston Public Library Digital Archives.
Directory of goods and services in Houston.
Current referral information.
Information from the Greater Houston Partnership including demographics.
Brief overview of Houston's history from 1836 to present.
Site includes bus routes and schedules.
Houston Oral History Project is an effort to record and preserve the dynamic history of Houston through the stories and experiences of its residents. It is a collaboration between the Mayor's Office, Houston Public Library and University of Houston.
Alternative weekly with an agenda-driven approach to no-holds-barred news.
Lawyers providing pro bono service to low-income residents of Harris County.
Houston voting information, including a Voters Key, voter registration info, election day precinct locations, and more.
Bills and information from the Texas legislature. Includes information on the most current legislation as well as historical information dating back to 1870.
A resource for Houston parents to find local activities for the whole family.
Contains records of over 2,200 images. This collection highlights historical events and glances of day-to-day life in Houston from the 1860s to the 1960s.
Digital materials from collections covering the whole gamut of Texas history from prehistory to the present day. Along with all known Republic of Texas Era newspapers, you may discover anything from an ancestor's picture to a rare historical map.
Links to local disaster preparedness agencies.
News about local sports from Houston/Harris County Sports Authority.
The most comprehensive information about lawyers licensed to practice in Texas.
Texas state regulations by topic.
Searchable database of finding aids to archival materials in Texas, including those of the Houston Metropolitan Research Center.
Information about the Texas State budget. Includes link to the Texas Fact Book with helpful statistics and information about Texas and its government.
Find lottery results.
Official homepage of Texas state government.
Online edition of the United Way's Community Resource Directory.
A City of Houston digital literacy program that provides free Internet access in selected communities with a focus on drop-out prevention/GED recovery and job/workforce readiness.
Texas elected officials and the districts they represent.
The Women's Resource of Greater Houston builds financial literacy by teaching free personal finance classes. Their goal is to expand opportunities for women, girls, and families to become independent, productive, and financially stable.