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THE RED RIVER HISTORIAN'S ENGAGEMENTS

Between Lewisville & Little Elm, LLELA, November 2019
Red River Steamboats, Ace of Clubs House, January 2020
North Texas in 1890, SAIL, January & February 2020
Ike in Texas, OLLI, February & April 2020
The Red River Meteorite, LHA Baton Rouge, March 2020 - Postponed
Indian Territory along the Red River
, Primetimers, April 2020 - Postponed
The Great Raft
, Primetimers, April 2020 - Postponed
Forts around the Red River Valley
, GCHS, May 2020 - Postponed
Red River Meteorite,
Grand Ecore Visitors Center, July 2020 - ZOOM
Free! Red River Raft at RRH! July 2020 - via WebEx. See Facebook for details. Free!
Red River Steam, DAR Bowie County, September 2020

See the Red River Historian talk about Carpenter's Bluff to the Texas Country Reporter!

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Welcome to Red River Historian, a website begun in the year 2000 that is devoted to the Red River region of
Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana -
where the South meets the West. You'll discover plenty of history,
trivia, and photographs as you peruse the history of this small slice of the United States.

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Archives include articles and editorials; Historians focus on reader contributions; and the Itinerary offers info on
places to see. Enjoy southwestern scenery in the
Galleries, and please take time to view the Products that keep
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Atrocities along the Bloody Red River Valley                     Understand the impact of the Freedmen's Bureau
Follow the ancestors of the Red River Originals                   Trek on over to Lake Murray State Park
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