Workshop participants gather at Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens. Photo by L. E. Wall. Alwyn Barr, professor emeritus of history at Texas Tech University and member of the Humanities Texas board of directors, speaks to teachers about Texas during the 1900s through the 1920s. Photo by L. E. Wall. Alwyn Barr leads a workshop examining historical documents related to Texas history in the early twentieth century. Photo by L. E. Wall. Nancy Beck Young, professor of history at the University of Houston, delivers a lecture on Texas history from 1920 to 1940. Photo by L. E. Wall. Cindy Burkhalter from Katy Junior High School poses a question regarding Texas in the early twentieth century. Photo by L. E. Wall. Nancy Beck Young leads teachers in an afternoon workshop. Photo by L. E. Wall. George Green of The University of Texas at Arlington examines Texas history during the middle of the twentieth century. Photo by L. E. Wall. George Green discusses historical documents with workshop participants. Photo by L. E. Wall. Taylor Brunet from Katy’s Morton Ranch Junior High School and Lois Goudeau from Humble’s Atascocita Middle School examine primary documents in an afternoon session led by George Green. Photo by L. E. Wall. Sean P. Cunningham, professor of history at Texas Tech University, discusses the political culture of Texas in the 1960s through the 1980s. Photo by L. E. Wall. Sean Cunningham uses a clip from the television show Dallas to examine the portrayal of Texas in late-twentieth-century popular culture. Photo by L. E. Wall. Robyn Salisbury from Watkins Middle School (Houston), Rachel Trader from Blocker Middle School (Texas City), and Diana Kokernot from the Kinkaid School (Houston) discuss different perceptions of Texas. Photo by L. E. Wall. Bonnie Campbell, director of Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, welcomes teachers to Bayou Bend and discusses Ima Hogg’s legacy. Photo by L. E. Wall.