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Pioneer & Ranching Crafts Day programming ends Feb. 28

The Museum of South Texas History will host two Sunday Speaker Series Online presentations on Feb. 28 on Facebook Live. Pioneers come in many forms—sometimes as entire communities with a unique founding story. The All-America City of Pharr, which was incorporated in...

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Virtual Pioneer & Ranching Crafts Day Programming

Virtual Pioneer & Ranching Crafts Day programming is scheduled at 2 p.m. on Feb. 13 and Feb. 14 on the Museum of South Texas History’s Facebook page. Every year, for nearly 30 years, the community was invited to participate in homestead and ranching activities...

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Hardwood Heroes virtual book presentation at MOSTHistory

The Museum of South Texas History welcomes Dr. Greg Selber to present two new books on high school basketball during the Sunday Speaker Series Online presentation, “Little Brother Gets His Due: High School Basketball in the Valley, 1914-2014,” at 2 p.m. on Feb. 7 on...

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1910 Jail Exhibit Behind the Scenes

The city-block complex of the Museum of South Texas History was once housed in the 1910 Jail, an artifact that has captured the attention and curiosity of the community. The jail, which was closed between 2012 and 2020, is one of the oldest standing historic structure...

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The killer bees in Rio Grande Valley

Were you in the Rio Grande Valley in 1990? Do you remember the fear over a new insect introduced to the area? The Museum of South Texas History presents “Killer Bees! The Panic over Africanized Honeybees in the Rio Grande Valley” featuring Dr. Jamie Starling, a Sunday...

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