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A Night of Adventures at the Museum of South Texas History Returns June 13

Imagine a time where great flocks of mammoths grazed on the prairies of South Texas. How would the first peoples have hunted these great beasts? Or, what if you were with Colonel José de Escandon on his survey of the Rio Grande? How would life change for your family...

Lone Star Brewing: Beer and Progressive Country in the Texas Mystique

In the early 1970s, a large number of young Texans moved from rural areas and small towns to much larger cities. In Austin, Texas, this migration sparked an energetic music scene dubbed “Progressive Country” where traditional country, folk and western swing music...

Sunday Speaker Series: As I Walk Through The Valley

In 2014, first-time feature filmmakers Charlie Vela and Ronnie Garza decided to take on the challenge of documenting the history of the local music scene that helped shape them as artists. Without formal training, a crew, or funding they began production, learning...

Field Mice: Memoirs of a Migrant Child

Migrant work in agriculture fields has historically been a shared experience which impacted multiple families throughout the Rio Grande Valley and beyond. Join the Museum of South Texas History on Sunday, May 5, at 2 p.m. for Emma González’s presentation of her book,...

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