A Continent Divided: The U.S. - Mexico War
The U.S. - Mexico War (1846-1848) is the largest and most significant conflict ever fought between two nations in the western hemisphere. Browse proclamations, graphics, letters, and diaries.
The Berachah Home was established 1903 in Arlington, Texas by the Rev. J. T. Upchurch and his wife, Maggie Mae, as the Berachah Industrial Home for the Redemption of Erring Girls.
Birds and Watchers, By Jessie Maye Smith
Read about the birds of North Texas in these Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspaper columns (1953-74) written by bird enthusiast Jessie Maye Smith.
Border Land: The Struggle for Texas, 1820-1879
This project maps sites of conflict among Native Americans, European Americans, and African Americans in Texas from the creation of the first Mexican republic to Texas statehood and beyond.
This collection provides access to historic maps of Texas, the Gulf Coast, and the Southwestern United States, containing maps dating from the 1500s through the 1900s.
Covers, Titles, and Tables: The Formations of American Literary Canons in Anthologies
This archive of the tables of contents of anthologies and histories from 1829 to 2017 is far from complete, but it is the most complete digital or print archive of this nature available.
With our databases, access online resources including journals, newspapers, data, and multimedia.
Department of Art and Art History
This collection features work by faculty, staff, and students of the Department of Art and Art History, which provides outstanding training in theoretical, experimental and applied art, design, and new media.
Department of Biology Field Expeditions
This collection of the UTA Amphibian and Reptile Diversity Research Center field expeditions includes images.
Faculty Creative Works
Faculty Creative Works is an annual event showcasing the books, art, music, media, patents, conference activities, and journal contributions made by UTA faculty.
Focus on Faculty
Focus on Faculty is a speakers' series to provide a forum for outstanding UTA faculty to share their research and achievements with students, faculty, staff, and the local community.
Fort Worth Evolution
Through the lens of commercial photographer W.D. Smith, this gallery compares old photos of downtown Fort Worth with the current landscape.
Jimmy G Harris Phonetic Survey
This collection features sound files from the Jimmy G. Harris Phonetic Survey of Languages from Asia, Pacific, Americas, and Africa Speakers.
Maverick Veterans' Voices
This oral history project honors and preserves the experiences of the men and women of UTA and its predecessors who have served in any branch of the United States military.
Mavs Open Press
Mavs Open Press offers no-cost services for scholars who wish to publish a new open-access journal or for those who would like to convert an existing print journal that has traditional copyright.
Memorial and Honorary Books
Our digital bookplates pay homage to a variety of remembrances, such as faculty excellence, or create a lasting tribute to an individual.
Popular Sheet Music of the 1900s
This sampling of print sheet music scores from the UTA Fine Arts Library can reveal much about public opinion and the social and political issues of pre-1923 America.
Portal to Texas History
The Portal to Texas History serves as a gateway to Texas history materials supplied by museums and libraries throughout the state, including these from UTA Special Collections.
Roswell UFO Incident
This collection contains photographs related to the Roswell UFO incident of 1947. The object in question was flown to the Fort Worth Army Air Field where reporters saw and photographed the material.
Snakes of Dallas Fort Worth and Nearby Vicinities
This collection features images of venomous and non-venomous snakes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area created and maintained by the UTA Amphibian and Reptile Diversity Research Center.
Society of Composers, Inc. Archive
The purpose of the SCI Archive is to preserve the historical records of the organization, which include newsletters, conference programs, and proceedings.
This ground-breaking collection features personal recollections of over 100 Tejanos and Tejanas, and their struggle against racial discrimination in post-World War II Texas.
Texas Disability History Collection
This collection emphasizes the pioneering role played by Texan disability rights activists in fighting for equal access to education, work, union membership, public transit, and sports.
Texas is home to almost half of the turtle diversity in the United States according to this website from the UTA Reptile and Amphibian Diversity Center.
UTA Libraries Digital Gallery
Most of the more than 50,000 images in this collection come from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspaper, encompassing the history of North Texas from approximately 1849-1990.
W.D. Smith Commercial Photography
Browse over 250 negatives and prints showcasing the development of Fort Worth and Tarrant County from the 1800s through the 1950s.