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The Smithsonian’s Traveling Exhibit Is Coming to Texas

February 7, 2024 | By Mary Beth Gahan

It doesn’t carry the name recognition of the Alamo, Nacogdoches, Goliad, or other key players in Texas’ history, but San Augustine in deep East Texas has plenty to boast about.

Celebrating Its 130th Birthday, the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Looks Ahead to the Future

November 6, 2021 | By Gene Fowler

The Daughters of the Republic of Texas keep Texas history lively and alive. During walking history tours of San Augustine, for instance, fourth-graders meet Finetta Palmer Baker, portrayed in period costume by her great-great-granddaughter Lois Gee Lacy, the president of the Ezekiel Cullen Chapter of the organization.

A Nocturnal Motorist Stops for Gas at a San Augustine Sinclair Station in 1939

July 29, 2021 | By Traces of Texas

My Hometown: San Augustine’s Architectural Gems Celebrate the Town’s History

October 29, 2020 | By Gary Borders

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