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Rich Border Heritage on Display

A display of some of the merchandise available in the gift shop at the Brownsville Historical Complex on East Washington Street. (VBR)

Many historians contend that Brownsville is the second most historic city in Texas, ranking behind only San Antonio. Facts to back up that claim abound, with the Brownsville Historical Association acting as a primary resource to discover that story. With a valuable arsenal of facts, information and buildings that open doors to the past, the association offers a look back to the original city founders, battles fought in this part…

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Ninth Annual “Taste of Texas”

The Laureles Ranch House Museum

Join the Brownsville Historical Association in celebration of Texas History Month for “Taste of Texas.” The evening features a sampling of wine, beer, liquor and food pairings unique to the Lone Star State. March is Texas History Month. For the last eight years, the BHA has explored a unique part of Texas’ history and culture through its tastings. In past years, they have introduced the importance the Lone Star state…

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