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  1. Jan 9, 2023 · World Heritage USA is looking for graduate students or emerging professionals who are interested in strengthening professional heritage skills while gaining international experience Since 1984, the IEP has helped foster lifelong relationships between interns and their host organizations, creating a global network of heritage professionals.

  2. Dec 30, 2022 · The Dallas Heritage Village, located at the site of what was Dallas’ first city park in 1876, is a preserved image of what life was like in North Texas in the late 19th century. The buildings and the surroundings seen at this “village” offer visitors a unique glance at the roots of what today is the bustling metropolis of Dallas.

  3. Jan 18, 2023 · Visiting Asian-Owned Austin. Austin's Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities bring a distinct and irreplaceable energy to this city. Whether it’s trying Tex-Asian barbecue, visiting the annual Austin Asian American Film Festival or enjoying a show from a local all-Asian American improv troupe, you'll find how deeply ingrained the AAPI community is in every aspect of the Austin experience.

  4. Jan 18, 2023 · Besides the Alamo, San Antonio is home to 4 other historical missions which together with the Alamo are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Texas City is also renowned for its museums, Historic Market Square, and beautiful parks. For a fun day outdoors, take some time for hiking and biking one of the city’s many nature trails.

  5. Dec 30, 2022 · Texas is a state that has a rich military history and is seen as the heartland for many Military branches. With most of it’s bases being formed and established during the second world war, every military base in Texas has a unique story to tell with both it’s history and way of getting things done. Texas is a state where many recruits are trained, many planes take off, and many vehicles are repaired.

  6. Jan 20, 2023 · West Texas offers some of the darkest night skies in the United States, making the Guadalupe National Park a prime place for stargazing. Over 11,000 stars and planets can be seen on a clear evening. In 1921, the geologist Wallace Pratt visited Pecos, Texas to purchase oil leases for his employer, Humble Oil and Refining Company.

  7. Jan 18, 2023 · It was expanded in 1998 to a 36,000-square-foot facility that includes galleries, a theater and dance studio. Tillotson Collegiate and Normal Institute opened for classes Jan. 17, 1881, at 900 Chicon St. In 1952, it merged with Samuel Huston College, which is actually older.