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Tuesday, January 03, 2017
14th Annual Pioneer Days**Free Event** November 17th, 18th, 19th, 2017 8am to 6pm each day Come and experience life in.... More
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2013 Big Bear Native American Museum Ground Breaking Ceremony
05/25/13

“BIG BEAR” Native American Museum Ground Breaking Ceremony was held:
When: Saturday May 25, 2013 10:00am
Where: Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum
Location: Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum
101 Chisholm Trail
Cleburne, Texas 76033

Google address is: 2929 W. Henderson Street

More Information: 817 648 1486
PROGRAM
Native Americans escorted to site by Police and Sheriff’s Dept.
Dedication Ceremony preformed by Native Americans including an Indian Princess.
Larry Liles of the Comanche Nation preformed a Cedar Smoke Ceremony assisted by
Hoppy Hopkins of the Lumbee Cherokee Nation. Representing the Apache Nation were
Frank Runningwater, Quite Dove and Art Skydancer

Ground Breaking
Native American, City and County Officials, Officials of JC Historical Commission, Officials of JC Heritage Foundation

Ceremony concluded with the firing of the big cannon by Terry's Texas Rangers & Key's Battery Confederate & Union Soldiers


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Chisholm Trail Marker - Sandusky Place
Like many homesteads on the old Chisholm Trail, the Sandusky Place was a favorite stop for drovers for refreshing cool water drawn from their rock-lined well to trade for fresh vegetables, and hopefully, bacon and eggs. All of these were.... Read More
Did you know?
The earliest known references to the Chisholm Trail in print were in the Kansas Daily Commonwealth of May 27 and October 11, 1870. On April 28, 1874, the Denison, Texas, Daily News mentioned cattle going up "the famous Chisholm Trail."

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