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THE RED RIVER HISTORIAN'S ENGAGEMENTS

Traveling History with Bonnie & Clyde, Plano Sr Center, May 2016
Evening with authors, Gainesville Santa Fe Depot, June 2016
Indian Territory during the Civil War, NCTC, October 2016
Planning stages: UNT Emeritus and Richland College

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