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From: Fletch Brendan G.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 6, 2010 11:37 PM
Hey everyone, this is a little oblique to the group's interest, but if you like maps and want to know about the territorial evolution of Texas, here's something for you. This Saturday (July 10) at 3pm, at the meeting of the Manchaca-Onion Creek Historical Association, I'll be giving a presentation called "How Texas Got Its Shape (and the Other Shapes It Could Have Been)" I'll be exploring the territorial evolution of the state of Texas from its beginnings in Spanish times to the 20th century Rio Grande border issues. My digital slideshow will be full of maps, maps, maps, both historic ones and custom ones I've created to show how Texas could've looked if history had taken a different course. It'll be at San Leanna Community Center, 2 miles south of Austin.

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