District and Club Websites

GFWC General Federation of Women's Clubs
Our Purpose
2016 - 2018 GFWC Texas Executive Committee
2016 - 2018 GFWC Texas District Presidents
GFWC Texas Bylaws and Standing Rules
Donate to Louisiana Disaster Fund
District and Club Websites
Fall Board 2016 Registration & Hotel Information
Texas Clubwoman
Events and Activities
Federation Links
GFWC Texas Membership Brochure
GFWC Texas Domestic Violence Awareness & Prevention Grant Program
GFWC Partnerships
TFWC Club Grant
Becoming a Member
GFWC/TFWC Juniorette's
Flower Power Fundraiser promoted by GFWC
Newly Revised Scholarship Information
Tax Exempt 990-EZ or 990N Electric Postcard/How to Re-instate your 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4)
2016 Treasurer's Remittance Form
Districts of the TFWC
Prayers and Concerns
2016-2018 GFWC Texas Directory

GFWC Texas District Websites

Alamo District

Capitol District

Caprock District

Key District

Magnolia District

Mesquite District

Pioneer District

San Jacinto District

South Texas District

Top of Texas

Trinity District

Western District

Texas Club Websites

GFWC Fireside Juniorettes

GFWC Woman's Club of Alpine

GFWC Texas Juniorettes

GFWC Juniorettes of Alpine

Austin Women's Federated Club

Denton Woman's Club

History Club of Whitesboro

Progressive Study Club of Haskell

San Gabriel Woman's Club

Silsbee Womans Club

TFWC The Mansion

TFWC Collection

The best resource for Texas history is the Handbook of Texas Online: 
If you enter:  women and the "progressive era" you will have all sorts of terrific, accurate and thoroughly cross-referenced articles. The first to come up should be one on the Progressive Era in general then numerous others on people and different aspects follows including the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs.
If you have any trouble with it, call or email me. Your local librarian should also be able to help with searching in it. There is probably a paper edition of the Handbook of Texas in your library. But it is a six-volume edition and doesn't have the search and cross-referencing available like the online version. There is a wealth of information in the different parts of this Texas State Historical Association website.

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