The Supreme Court of Texas
The website of the current Texas Supreme Court.
The online catalog of the Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas at Austin.
Handbook of Texas Online
The Encyclopedia of Texas history.
The Supreme Court Historical Society
An organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Gammel's The Laws of Texas
The University of North Texas' electronic version of Gammel's compilation of documents (volumes 1-10) reflecting Texas legal history from colonization through statehood.
Center for American History
Special collections library and historical research institution.
Texas State Historical Association
Texas history links.
Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Texas Treasures: Includes images and text of several landmark documents in Texas history.
State of Texas Website
Includes links to many Texas government, business, and educational services.
Other State Archives
See the list of "Member Web Sites" from the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA).
The British Library provides digital images of the original document, plus a modern English translation.
Constitution of the United States
Images of the original manuscript version and a transcription provided by the National Archives and Records Administration. Also present are links to the Declaration of Independence, biographies of the signers, and other related materials.
Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project
A project of the University of Oklahoma Law Library and the National Indian Law Library of the Native American Rights Fund. Contains both current and historical constitutions for dozens of Native American tribes.
The Rise of Modern Constitutionalism, 1776-1849
Part of an international research project, initiated and edited by Professor Horst Dippel (University of Kassel, Germany), and involving more than 40 scholars, its goal is to create a comprehensive scholarly edition of all constitutions that were part of the rising tide of modern constitutionalism from 1776 through 1849. As of 2004 it holds 252 constitutional documents from Europe and the Americas.
Karl T. Gruben and James E. Hambleton, eds., A Reference Guide to Texas Legal History, 2d ed. (Austin, TX: Butterworth Legal Publishers 1987).
Judicial System of Texas reported in: Texas Cases, 361-362 S.W.2d (Texas Cases, Stack 211), introductory section before first pagination of volute 361 begins (West 1963).
Linda Gardner, The Texas Supreme Court: An Index of Selected Sources on the Court and its Member, 1836 to 1981, (Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin, Tarlton Law Library 1983). Call No. KFT 1712 A1 G3 1983.
Texas Cases, Reported in the Southwestern Reporter (West Publishing Co.).
Provides a list of Texas judges and officers in the preliminary pages of each volume. Sequential volumes can be used to compile a list of judges.
Texas Almanac, Sesquicentennial Edition 1857-2007 ( Dallas Morning News, 2006). Call No. Ref. Off. AY 311 D3 T5 2006-2007.
Provides a list of Chief Justices of the Texas Supreme Court and Presiding Judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals from 1836 to present.
Tarlton Law Library, Rare Books Room, Folder: "Texas Legal History - Articles, etc."
Texas Jurists Collection, Tarlton Law Library, Rare Books Room, manuscript material in box L31.