Thanks to the following granting agencies for their generous support of our digital projects:

Amon G. Carter Foundation
Grant to the UNT Libraries for "Texas Cultures Online."  In response to educators' needs for more multimedia materials that support teaching about the many cultures of Texas, UNT seeks to digitize cultural heritage collections that represent various ethnic and cultural groups.  Through funds provided by the Amon G. Carter Foundation,  UNT will offer digitization mini-grants for collections of historically significant cultural resources.  See the collection Texas Cultures Online.

Humanities Texas
A project to develop and present online lesson plans for The Portal to Texas History that incorporate the interactive style of learning.  See The Portal to Texas History's Resources4 Educators.

National Endowment for the Humanities
We the People grant to the University of New Mexico and the UNT Libraries for the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), "Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers."  The award funds digitization of New Mexico historical newspapers, and for the grant UNT serves as technical advisor for its partners at the University of New Mexico. 

National Endowment for the Humanities
A We the People grant to the UNT Libraries for "Mapping the Southwest."  For this project, UNT will partner with the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) to catalog and digitize 5,000 historic maps from the collections of UTA for online access through The Portal to Texas History.  See the map collections from the University of Texas at Arlington.

National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Grant to the UNT Libraries for "The Civil War and Its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives."  For this project, the UNT Archives will digitize more than 22,000 pages of 19th century archival materials providing a contemporary look at the effects of the Civil War and its aftermath from different sides of the war.  Online access will be provided through The Portal to Texas History.  See the collection The Civil War and Its Aftermath: Diverse Perspectives.

Texas State Library and Archives Commission
The UNT Libraries and the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at UT Austin have received a TexTreasures grant for "Early Texas Newspapers II," a grant to digitize and provide free public access to the earliest Texas newspapers held by the Center for American History.  See the collection Early Texas Newspapers.

Tocker Foundation
Grants to digitize historical newspaper issues: