There are a variety of primary and secondary sources available, both local and online, to help in your research. The listed resources are only a small sampling of available resources. Most states and counties have local libraries, museums, and archives at which you can conduct research. Additionally, many universities/colleges and state archives have online digital collections. Please consult the NHD Rule Contest Rule Book for clarification on primary and secondary resources.

Universities and Colleges-Libraries
Baylor University
Central Texas College
Hill College
McLennan Community College
Navarro College
Temple College
Texas A&M Central Texas
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Archives and Museums
1st Cavalry Museum
Armstrong-Browning Library
Bell County Museum
The Bosque County Collection
Bosque Museum
Coryell Museum & Historical Center
Freestone County Historical Museum
Hamilton County Historical Museum
Institute for Oral History
Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society
Lampasas County Museum
Limestone County Historical Museum
Milam County Museum
Pearce Museum
Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum
Texas Heritage Museum
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum
The Texas Collection
W.R. Poage Legislative Library (See their list of 2021 Topics)

State Resources
General Land Office
George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Center
George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
LBJ Presidential Library
Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Online Resources
Baylor Archival Repositories Database (BARD)
Baylor Universities Libraries Catalog
Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections
Digital Public Library of America
Library of Congress (LOC)
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO)
The Portal to Texas History