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Find History and Romance on the Bridges of McLennan County

Despite its title, this story is not a parody of a famous novel with a similar name. It is about…

Before There Were Mavericks, There Was Texas Legend Sam Maverick

Deep down, every true Texan wants to be a maverick. Whether your folks have been here for centuries or you…

Exhibition Coming to the African American Museum in Dallas Will View Jefferson’s Monticello Through the Eyes of Slaves

An upcoming museum exhibit in Dallas will explore life on one of the nation’s most historic plantations—from the perspective of…

From Boomtown to Ghost Town: Ranger, Breckenridge, and Thurber Museums Recall Early 20th Century Oil Rush

Driving east on Interstate 20, I crest an incline in the rolling landscape between Abilene and Fort Worth. In the…

Stay at the same storied Fort Worth hotel as Bonnie and Clyde

More than a century’s worth of time travel awaits guests at the Stockyards Hotel in Fort Worth, which opened in…

Meet the Fort Worth Heroes Who Are Memorialized in the Stockyards Hotel

In our February issue story on the Stockyards Hotel in downtown Fort Worth, we made quick mention of names like…

Sinister Santa: A Look at the 1927 Cisco Bank Robbery

Cisco’s downtown was bustling with Christmas shoppers on Dec. 23, 1927. One was college student Lela Latch, accompanied by her…

If These Trees Could Talk

No historical marker indicates that this particular pecan tree near the grounds of the Texas National Guard Armory in northwest…

Chasing Quicksilver History in Beautiful Big Bend

The Big Bend’s desert mountains are like magnets for modern nomads seeking isolation and adventure. But the region’s wide-open wilderness hasn’t…

Enduring Spirit: African Americans in 19th Century Texas

At the Star of the Republic Museum, Enduring Spirit: African Americans in 19th Century Texas focuses on three time periods:…

Celebration of Independence

The country roads east of Brenham traverse a region steeped in Texas history, the very heart of Stephen F. Austin’s…

Pine Curtain of the Past

Looking up into the thick pine canopy of deep East Texas, it’s hard to believe that the pristine forests the…
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