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...preserving and presenting the borderland heritage of South Texas and Northeastern Mexico
...preserving and presenting the borderland heritage of South Texas and Northeastern Mexico

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Through research, the Rio Grande Valley developed a rich history of solving some of the toughest problems in agriculture and the capacity to produce unique but flavorful varieties of sugarcane, onions and grapefruit. Learn more about this history during the Sunday Speaker Series this Sunday at 2 p.m. https://mosthistory.org/events/sunday-speaker-series-advancing-agriculture/
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Brandi Reger’s presentation will be based on research conducted on chipped stone artifacts from collections of the Museum of South Texas History and Rio Grande Valley collectors. http://bit.ly/mosthb84
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This presentation will address achievements, leadership, courage and strength of the women who laid the foundation for the acceptance of women in the genre. http://bit.ly/mosthb83
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The Board of Trustees and staff of MOSTHistory will welcome Dr. Frank Yturria of Brownsville as special guest author and speaker for An Evening with FRIENDS. Invitations to this event are extended to current FRIENDS of MOSTHistory; however, anyone who wishes to become a FRIEND or renew a lapsed FRIENDship prior to the event is welcome to attend this special evening. https://mosthistory.org/events/an-evening-with-friends-with-frank-yturria/
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MOSTHistory Happy Hour: Talk Like a Texan starts at 6 p.m. this Thursday. http://bit.ly/mosthb82
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"Texas or Territory?" Find out more during the Sunday Speaker Series this weekend. http://bit.ly/mosthb81
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This Thursday, MOSTHistory Happy Hour will highlight the history of contraband along the Rio Grande. Doors open at 6 p.m. https://mosthistory.org/events/mosthistory-happy-hour-contraband-and-corridos/
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The Museum of South Texas History presents "Stories from the Rio Grande," a new podcast about South Texas and northeastern Mexico. In the first season, you'll hear a perspective about the fresh produce industry from Neil Cassady. Listen here: https://anchor.fm/mosthistory
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This Sunday, Robert Ramirez will present "Ranch Life in Hidalgo County After 1850" at 2 p.m. https://mosthistory.org/events/sunday-speaker-series-ranch-life/
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The last Summer Nights at the Museum will be held this Thursday at 7 p.m. http://bit.ly/mosthb80
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