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STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUSEUM

The Star of the Republic Museum was created by the State of Texas in 1969, through House Bill No. 634, of the Sixty-First Legislature. It was transferred from the State Parks and Wildlife Commission to Blinn College, Brenham, in Washington County, Texas, and was formally opened and dedicated on Texas Independence Day, March 2, 1970.

The purpose of this Museum is to interpret the early history of Texas through the Republic period, which ended with the annexation of Texas to the United States in 1846. The Museum also commemorates the site of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence and the last capital of the Texas Republic.

An educational institution, the Star of the Republic Museum interprets the history of the Republic of Texas and its influences. Interpretation is conducted through exhibits, school and group programs, media programs, and community programs. The Museum collects and preserves artifacts to implement the programs and extensively researches to ensure authenticity of the collections and presentation.

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