History Hour
History Hour brings knowledgeable, engaging regional historians to local museums and organizations, either in person or online. We help museums build their local audience for history, through compelling presentations that resonate with their communities.Our standard offering is a monthly Zoom broadcast for county and general history museums that can be shown to a group at your museum (with optional discussion afterwards) or viewed from home by ticketholders. This ticketed event is a fundraiser for your museum. Some museums with membership programs choose to offer discounts to members as a perk of membership, which helps promote membership. One museum is highlighted each month. Learn more.

Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Bob Saul of History Partners worked with a committed board from the Big Bend region to form a new Texas nonprofit in 2019, the Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering. History Partners donated logo design, website design and production services, online membership and ticket sales, email campaign management, ad design, print design, and Bob's time to serve as the Event Producer for the inaugural 2020 Gathering in Alpine, Texas. Attendees, performers, volunteers, and the Alpine community were pleased with the event, and have been thrilled with the subsequent 2022 and 2023 events. The Gathering is building a membership base for long-term support, has received 501(c)(3) status, and has produced two films of cowboy poetry and music.

My Comancheria Institute
Bob Saul worked with others to form a new Oklahoma nonprofit in 2019, My Comancheria Institute. MCI is an educational nonprofit that documents and preserves the various native and immigrant cultures and histories intertwined in historic Comancheria. History Partners donated logo design, website design and production services ( and, is building online membership sales and email campaigns, and is providing technical assistance for new MCI projects as the organization launches local chapters. In 2018, we helped MCI film a number of interviews with descendants of Quanah Parker, as well as others. These are in the editing stage. Filming is continuing.

Fort Worth Westerners
History Partners worked with the officers of the Fort Worth Corral of the Westerners International to create a website with detailed info on each monthly program ( Memberships can be paid online.

Neeley Books
History Partners worked with author Bill Neeley to redo his book sales website ( to sell his books, A Tejano Knight: The Quest of Don Juan Seguin and The Last Comanche Chief: The Life and Times of Quanah Parker. It offers retail and wholesale sales.

West Texas Trails Association
History Partners has worked with West Texas Trails Association on their website, online meeting registrations, and membership sales. Projects are ongoing.

Does your nonprofit, museum, historic site, or historical organization need technical assistance? Talk to us. We might be able to help, or know of other resources you might not have thought of.