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Number of buildings, structures and objects designated as Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks (RTHLs) from 1962 to 2012

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Learning About Life at Fort Griffin

Fort Griffin staff demonstrate frontier cooking at Fort McKavett’s annual living history event last month.

Crowd at High Noon on the Square event


Center City of Amarillo, the city's Main Street program, has a close partnership with Potter County that enables a popular community event.

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Statewide News & Events

  • Society for American Archaeology

    Be part of an exclusive “behind the scenes” tour of a 17th century French shipwreck, or learn more about the state’s Hispanic heritage at Casa Navarro in San Antonio during the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 23–27 in Austin.

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