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Hunt for the Red River, DAR, November 2015
Good Roads Movement, NCTC, November 2015
Traveling History up the Cattle Trails, NCTC, April 2016
Ghost Towns Along the Red River, NCTC, April 2016

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Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana -
where the South meets the West. You'll discover plenty of history,
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               Get around the Roundhouses of Denison                                 Visit the history of the Choctaw Nation removal
       Learn some Dallas history in a
Tale of Two Cemeteries                    Read up on the checkered past and facts of Colfax