Pioneer & Ranching Crafts Day celebrates its 30th year

Imagine if you could touch history and feel the rhythm of culture? Back for its 30th year, Pioneer and Ranching Crafts Day returns Saturday, Feb. 15, at 10 a.m. to celebrate and showcase the heritage of South Texas and northeastern Mexico through music, food and...

The Legendary Henry Clay Davis in Early Texas

The great, great grandson of Henry Clay Davis, a famous Texas Ranger, will present about his ancestor during the Sunday Speaker Series program, “The Legendary Henry Clay Davis in Early Texas,” at the Museum of South Texas History Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. Michael “Mike” Davis...

Frontier Times Magazine highlighted Rio Grande Valley borderlands

The Rio Grande Valley might have seemed like an isolated and estranged place from the rest of the state of Texas, but that wasn’t the case for the “Frontier Times Magazine” published in central Texas. During the Winter Texan Wednesday program titled “Frontier Times,”...

Indian Immigrants in Early Texas

The Museum of South Texas History invites the community to the first Sunday Speaker Series of 2020 on Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. The presentation features a historical lecture and discussion on “Immigrant Indians in Early Texas,” which will be led by Joseph Chance and Don...

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