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Good Roads Movement, NETX TSPE in Denison, January 2018
Cattle Trails, Plano Senior Center, March 2018
Hunt for the Red River, Grayson County Historical Society in Sherman, April 2018
The Great Red River Raft, Grand Ecore in Natchitoches, July 2018
Red River Rails, UNT Emeritus Lecture, July 2018
Just Ghostin' Around, Museum of Southern Oklahoma in Madill, October 2018
Come see my exhibit, "Voices from the Past, Voices for the Future: Higher Education in
Denton County" at the Denton County Courthouse Museum (until July 2018)
See the Red River Historian talk about Carpenter's Bluff to the Texas Country Reporter!
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Discuss the Civil War's Red River Campaign From Private to Public Woes along Red River Bridges
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