Category: history

Conversation #3

When we moved to San Marcos, I was surprised to realize we had our own LBJ Museum. After all, the JBJ Presidential Museum is just up the road in Austin on the campus of The University of Texas. This museum has wisely, in… Continue Reading “Conversation #3”

Conversation #2 – at the Calaboose

We found the Calaboose African American History Museum some time ago as we were driving around San Marcos and today we stopped by. It’s open on Saturdays. Here’s a brief version of the Calaboose’s history: “Originally constructed as a county jail in 1873, the… Continue Reading “Conversation #2 – at the Calaboose”

History Hunt #2

Saturday was another glorious day to spend exploring San Marcos. We decided to find the three cemeteries listed on the Stopping Points website we have been using to locate historical markers. I find the small stories told by the headstones intriguing and am… Continue Reading “History Hunt #2”

History Hunt #1

This past Saturday, my husband and I took the modern equivalent of a compass and a chart and went to look for San Marcos landmarks. Our compass was my cell phone. Our chart was a listing from the internet of Hays County Points of… Continue Reading “History Hunt #1”