Programs and Services For Your Next Event
Come enjoy as Tom makes history come alive
by providing "color" for your next event.
Battle of the Alamo &
The Texas Revolution
Texas Cowboys &
Longhorn Cattle Drives
An American Hero
Tom can also provide the following services upon request.
He will appear as an authentic Texas folk hero.
Meet, greet, and mingle with your guests at your special event, answer questions, provide colorful quotes, and pose for photos. Personalized, guided tours of the Alamo are available.
Special programs can be designed to meet your specific needs. Call Tom for ideas on how you can add his unique historical presentations to your next event, whether business or personal.
James "Jim" Bowie
A 19th century American pioneer, soldier, smuggler, slave trader, and land speculator, Bowie played a prominent role in the Texas Revolution, culminating in his death at the Battle of the Alamo. Stories of him as a fighter and frontiersman, both real and fictitious, have made him a legendary figure in Texas history and a folk hero of American culture.
David "Davy" Crockett
A 19thcentury American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier, and politician, Crockett is commonly referred to in popular culture by the epithet "King of the Wild Frontier". He served in the Texas Revolution and died at the Battle of the Alamo.
Learn about some of America's greatest and most controversial presidents and their influence on our history,
American Civil War,
as Tom takes you back in history to bring their remarkable lives to life. Come experience this educating and entertaining time trip as you have never experienced it before.
For a listing of available historical programs presented by Tom Jackson, click on the link.
Come experience an entertaining and engaging trip through history to learn why we Americans celebrate the "American Holiday" of Thanksgiving. Tom Jackson, dressed in period attire circa 1600, will explain how politics, religion, economics, war, and weather all factored into how, why, and when we celebrate "turkey day."
Texas Ranger ca. 1880
As the oldest police force in North America, created by Stephen F. Austin in 1823, the Rangers protected homesteads and communities from Indians and outlaws. Later, serving as scouts and irregular cavalry, they guarded the supply trains of the U.S. Army, eventually assisting various law enforcement agencies across the State, becoming a part of the Texas Department of Public Safety where they carry out a wide variety of tasks including the protection of the Governor of Texas.
William Barret Travis
A 19th century American lawyer and soldier, at the age of 26, Travis was a lieutenant colonel in the Texas Army. He was the commander of the defenders of the Alamo, where he died on March 6, 1836, during the Texas Revolution.