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North Texas Architecture, Denison Public Library, September 2019
Red River Ghost Towns, DAR Grayson County, October 2019
Red River Ghost Towns, Plano Book Club, October 2019
Red River Ghost Towns, Lamar County Gen Society, October 2019
Between Lewisville & Little Elm, LLELA, November 2019
Red River Steamboats, Ace of Clubs House, January 2019
North Texas in 1890, SAIL, January & February 2019
Ike in Texas, OLLI, February & April 2019
Indian Territory along the Red River, Primetimers, April 2019
The Great Raft, Primetimers, April 2019
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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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Make some discoveries at Brown Springs Find some history on the Updated Fort Trail Page
Follow the ancestors of the Red River Originals Trek on over to Lake Murray State Park
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