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Sunday Speaker Series: Gutierrez-Magee Expedition 1812-1841

Returning for another special Sunday Speaker Series presentation is Jesus Correa, a local historian from Starr County. In the early 19th century, Spain’s Northern Provinces, which are now Texas, were under strict government control and chafing under Spanish rule. The...

Sunday Speaker Series: Ranch Life in Hidalgo County After 1850

Robert Ramirez, the grandson of the first Hispanic mayor of Edinburg, will present “Ranch Life in Hidalgo County After 1850” during the Sunday Speaker Series Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. at the Museum of South Texas History. The book, “Ranch Life in Hidalgo County After 1850,” is...

Poetry from the Forgotten Words of Coahuiltecans

Coahuiltecans were hunter-gatherers who roamed South Texas and northeastern Mexico, groups of native peoples whose language was all but lost were it not for the efforts of 18th century Franciscan missionaries to record elements of this unwritten language. But, now,...

Last Chance to Enjoy Summer Nights at the Museum July 12

The Summer Nights at the Museum adventure will end Thursday, July 12. Beginning at 7 p.m., the final night of the three-night series brings history to life with hands-on activities, living history re-enactors, music and entertainment. To take advantage of all the...

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