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Mar. 12 | 12:00 PM

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture with Mike Cox

Two Centuries of Texas Ranger History

Mike Cox, former journalist and best-selling author of over 40 nonfiction books, will explore two centuries of Texas Rangers history. Elected to the Texas Institute of Letters in 1993 and recipient of the A.C Greene Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011, Cox is the author of a widely acclaimed two-volume history of the Texas Rangers,  Wearing the Cinco Peso and Time of the Rangers.

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This lecture series supported by:

Belmont Village Senior Living is designed for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities. Residents enjoy chef-prepared meals, housekeeping, transportation, and social activities.

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Mar. 21 | 6:30 PM

An Evening With! Erika Arredondo-Haskins

Rancheras: Spanish Texas Women and their Contributions to American Independence

Join the Dallas Historical Society as we welcome Dr. Erika Arredondo-Haskins for this FREE evening lecture. Arredondo-Haskins will discuss overlooked stories of women in 18th-century Texas and their enduring impact on the American Revolution. An 11th-generation Texan, Arredondo-Haskins earned her Ph.D. in Education at the University of the Incarnate Word. Her research background includes women and girls’ leadership in early Spanish Texas history.

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