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This 6-pound cannon ball was found on The Alamo battlefield. Typical of the Mexican Army style, it is made of bronze rather than iron. This cannon ball is part of the Phil Collins Texana Collection and on display now at The Alamo Exhibit. 📖 ... See MoreSee Less

The Texas Heritage Museum is still celebrating Hill College's 100 Years of Excellence with its new exhibit!

Stop by and check out some relics from the past 100 years! Read more about the exhibit here: ... See MoreSee Less

Be sure to “save the date” on your calendars for another great event brought to you by the Bridge Street History Center. Thursday, November 9, 6:30pm. Justice Ken Wise speaks in the ninth installment of our Ramey-Macatee Speaker Series.

Judge Wise is the host of the award-winning podcast, Wise About Texas. Topics for the evening cover stories from the early days of the Texas Rangers and include an episode near Granbury involving famous Ranger RIP Ford. A question and answer session plus a short reception will immediately follow Wise’s talk.The tickets are for reserved seating, so buy your tickets now to get the best seats to hear Justice Ken Wise!Just $10! Ramay-McCatee Speaker Series - The Texas Rangers 200 Years ... See MoreSee Less

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Matthew Mills please share with lawyer colleagues.

Really looking forward to being with y'all!

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The Ramay-Macatee Lecture Series Presents Author S.C. Gwynne


Hymns Of The Republic
New York Times Best – Selling Author S.C. Gwynne will speak on his latest book, “Hymns of the Republic,” a spellbinding account of the dramatic conclusion of the Civil War, on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022 at Granbury Live.

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Author/Historian and Pulitzer prize finalist breathes new life into the epic battle between Lee and Grant. “The Story of the Final Year of the American Civil War” is a brilliantly told account of the American Civil War personalities and is a masterwork of history. The Ramay-McCatee Speaker Series – S.C. Gwynne is presented by The Bridge Street History Center, Thursday November 3rd, 6:30 and open to the public with a book signing reception to follow. Tickets only $10 & $15. Books available to purchase.
Mr. Gwynne, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and writer for Time Magazine and Texas Monthly, also authored the Comanche Native American epic “Empire of the Summer Moon” and the thrilling “Rebel Yell” about the great and tragic hero “Stonewall” Jackson.

Local Tales By Local Folks – The African American School and Churches in Granbury

The Texas Historical Commission approved a request from Granbury ISD to place a historical marker for an African American school on February 3, 2021 and former GISD Facilities Manager Randy Leach will be speaking on the effort to obtain the marker and telling the story of the two African American churches and the school just north of the Granbury Town Square.

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