The year that Jose Antonio Navarro registered his cattle brand
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At our Landmark Inn State Historic Site’s new museum store, you’ll find not only souvenir items such as t-shirts, refrigerator magnets, and mugs, but also products such as tin sconces and beeswax candles that hark back to the olden days of the site.
See highlights from our first-ever heritage travel conference, Real Places 2016.
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Texas history is filled with stories of people and places that may not be widely known, yet are important components of the state’s culture and heritage. The Texas Historical Commission’s Undertold Markers Program is your chance to nominate these as recipients for permanent historical markers that address gaps in history, promote diversity of topics, and proactively document significant underrepresented subjects or stories.