Border Studies

Museum Exhibit or ProgramHumanities Texas is sponsoring this exhibition. The Texas-Mexico border is more than a line between two countries. It is a realm unto itself with a culture of its own, shaped by the millions who choose to live and work there. The border is a cradle of hope—and anxiety—for the well-being of both Mexico and the United States. Border Studies features images by eight gifted photographers and maps showing historical relocations of the border, highlighting the vitality of places, people, and patterns of culture along the Texas-Mexico border. For more information, contact the Denton County Office of History and Culture. September 12–October 21, 2016 Courthouse–on–the–Square 110 W. Hickory Street Denton, TX 76201
Start Date/Time:2016-09-12 00:00:00
End Date/Time:2016-10-21 00:00:00
Source:Humanities Texas
Grade Level:Both
TEKS:4.19(A), 4.19(B), 4.19(C), 7.19(A), 7.19(B), 7.19(C), 7.19(D)
Topics:Spanish Texas, Mexican Texas, Texas Revolution, Republic of Texas, Antebellum Texas, Civil War, Reconstruction, Late Nineteenth-Century, Texas in the 1920s, Great Depression, World War II, Texas Since World War II

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