Voices from Small Places is a project that focuses on documenting and preserving the history of small places (population under 100) found throughout East Texas. It uses a unique combination of methods to create a multidimensional history including photovoice, oral history interviews, a site survey, and the development of a digital collection. Through these methods the history of these small communities is documented and made available to the public. In addition to providing information for research, by documenting the history of these small places and placing them back into the larger historical narrative, East Texas is better understood as a region. This project is currently underway. As new material becomes available, it will be added to this webpage. The pilot town for this project is Arcadia, Tx. For more information please see the Voices From Small Places Brochure.