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This Day in Texas History: Natural Bridge Caverns Opens to Public

This Day in Texas History: Natural Bridge Caverns Opens to Public July 03, 1964 On this day in 1964, Natural Bridge Caverns, the largest known cavern in Texas, was opened to the public. The cavern was discovered on March 27, 1960, by four spelunkers who were students at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio. It…
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This Day in Texas History: Fort Inge Established on Texas Frontier

This Day in Texas History: Fort Inge Established on Texas Frontier March 13, 1849 On this day in 1849, frontier artist and military officer Capt. Seth Eastman and his companies established Camp Leona on the Leona River in southern Uvalde County. The outpost, which was soon renamed Fort Inge, was part of a federal line…
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New Reseller in Fredericksburg

We continue to sign up new resellers as time permits and at this time, we have 22 resellers throughout the state of Texas.  Of course this does not include the massive Barnes and Noble chain or Amazon.com. During a recent road trip to the Hill Country for the express purpose of photographing Stonehenge II for…
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