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Along with offices, the building houses a museum and an extensive collection of murals celebrating the various roles of…
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Located in Canyon, just south of Amarillo, on the West Texas A&M University campus, the museum is Texas’ largest history museum and a well curated survey of the region’s past.…
Read more In an otherwise desolate land, with neighboring locations so harsh as to be named El Malpaís (The Bad Place), El Morro is a stunning oasis.
The pool of water at the foot of this massive rock formation has sustained travelers for thousands of years.
Indeed, evidence of these passers-by remain in petroglyphs and carvings that are preserved on the rock face. Read more Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains are the historic homesteads of Cade’s Cover.