Pre-Ordering for 2nd Printing Starts Today

Well buckaroos and buckarettes, it’s been a long road, but today marks a milestone. The first printing of Texas As I See It sold all

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This Day in Texas History: The Circus Comes to Town

This Day in Texas History: The Circus Comes to Town November 8, 1852 On this day in 1852, the first recorded mention of the distinctive

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This Day in Texas History: Battle of Concepción Ignites Siege of Bexar

This Day in Texas History: Battle of Concepción Ignites Siege of Bexar October 28, 1835 On this day in 1835, Texans and Mexicans skirmished near

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This Day in Texas History: Radio Broadcasting Comes to South Texas

This Day in Texas History: Radio Broadcasting Comes to South Texas September 25, 1922 On this day in 1922, WOAI-San Antonio, the first radio station

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This Day in Texas History: “Bet-a-Million” Gates Dies

This Day in Texas History: “Bet-a-Million” Gates Dies August 9, 1911 On this day in 1911, barbed wire promoter and oilman John Warne (Bet-a-Million) Gates

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This day in Texas History: Council House Fight Waylays Comanche-White Relations

This day in Texas History: Council House Fight Waylays Comanche-White Relations March 19, 1840 On this day in 1840, Republic of Texas soldiers killed some

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This Day in Texas History: Battle of Concepción Ignites Siege of Bexar

This Day in Texas History: Battle of Concepción Ignites Siege of Bexar October 28, 1835 On this day in 1835, Texans and Mexicans skirmished near

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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

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This Day in Texas History: Famous Trial Lawyer Born in Log Cabin

This Day in Texas History: Famous Trial Lawyer Born in Log Cabin June 21, 1902 On this day in 1902, Percy Eugene Foreman, one of

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This Day in Texas History: “Rough Riders” Ordered From San Antonio to Florida

This Day in Texas History: “Rough Riders” Ordered From San Antonio to Florida May 30, 1898 On this day in 1898, Gen. Nelson A. Miles

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