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Buckhorn Saloon and Museums

All photographs taken by Kenneth A. Larson. All rights reserved. © 2009 - 2013.


More than a saloon, the Buckhorn includes two museums. Ths author was told by everyone that the Buckhorn Saloon was a "must see" in San Antonio. Road Trip when this place was visited.
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Depicted, Stephen F. Austin isues land grants to colonits from the capitol San Felipe de Austin.





1685, La Salle is shipwrecked off M. Bay, claims Texas for France.


William Sydney Porter, AKA O'Henry was born in North Carolina in 1862 and resided in Austin, Texas. He published 300 short stories and is considered by many to be America's favorite short story author. Many of his stories drew from his life in Texas.


Depicted is Lieutenant Robert E. Lee, commander of Camp Cooper in treaty negotiations with the Plains Indians in 1856.

See also Wiulliam S. Hart Museum


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