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THE LOUIS A. AND FRANCES B. WAGNER SERIES: FACES OF BE?XAR: EARLY SAN ANTONIO AND TEXAS

September 29 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

“San Antonio was a different place before 1850,” writes Dr. Jesus F. de la Teja in the introduction to his new anthology, Faces of Béxar: Early San Antonio and Texas. Join Dr. de la Teja, Director for the Center of the Study of the Southwest at Texas State University and inaugural Texas State Historian (2007-2009) for a fascinating exploration of San Antonio’s growth from colonial backwater to cultural crossroads and its place at the heart of Tejano history, not to mention U.S. and world history. $5 for members, students, and educators $10 for other adults

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