Sunday Speaker Series: WWI History in the RGV

Join the Museum of South Texas History on Oct. 13, at 2 p.m., for a Sunday Speaker Series presentation of “World War I History in the Rio Grande Valley” featuring Charles Vincent Waite and Michael Faubion. Waite and Faubion will present how military reforms at...

Free Saturday Morning: Walk & Talk Hispanic Heritage

On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Museum of South Texas History will host “Walk & Talk Hispanic Heritage” during Free Saturday Morning. The morning will begin with a bilingual historic walking tour where guests will learn Edinburg history. The tour begins promptly at...

Health, Motherhood and Infancy in Colonial Rio Grande Valley

The Museum of South Texas History welcomes back Dr. Jamie Starling for a Sunday Speaker Series program. Starling will present “Health, Motherhood, and Infancy in the Colonial Rio Grande Valley” on Sunday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. This presentation examines health in...

History of the Alton Bus Crash

A September morning in 1989 changed the city of Alton’s history forever. At 7:34 a.m., a Dr. Pepper truck collided with Mission School Bus no. 6. After the bus and its occupants plunged into a water-filled caliche pit, 21 students lost their lives. Thirty years...

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