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16th Annual Pioneer Days **Nov 15 and 16, 2019**
Tuesday, January 01, 2019
Nov 15 and 16, 2019 **FREE** Come and share some Western/Texas history with us! Cowboys, Native Americans, gun fighters, Civil.... More
Buttermilk Junction Concert
Saturday, June 08, 2019
Come out for an evening of live music from Buttermilk Junction at Market Square, 302 S. Main Street, Cleburne on.... More
Big Bear Native American Museum
11/01/19
The Big Bear Native American Museum, located at the CTOM, has an excellent collection of Native American artifacts for you to see! Our admission fees are: Adults $5, Seniors (60+) $4, Kids 8-18 $2, Kids 7/Under Free. We also have Groupon deals and discount coupons at LocalSaver.com. Groups of eight or more are also discounted $1/person. The Big Bear Native American Museum has it's own Web site: bigbearmuseum.com and it's own Facebook page: Big Bear Native American Museum. You may also contact Pat Kriener @ 817 793 4625 for info. They operate the same hours as the rest of the CTOM. REGULAR HOURS: March 1-end of Pioneer Days (every November) Thur/Fri/Sat, 10am to 5pm. Sundays from 1pm to 5pm. Our WINTER HOURS begin the Monday after Pioneer Days to Feb 28/29: Saturdays 10am to 5pm and Sundays 1pm to 5pm. We do close during severe weather. Please call if you have any questions! Come and see us!
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Chisholm Trail Marker - Wardville Courthouse
The Wardville Courthouse was the first county seat of Johnson County, chosen in August 1854, and located on an 80 acre donation from William O'Neal. Named for Thomas William Ward (1807-72), a Republic of Texas soldier and second commissioner of.... Read More
Did you know?
The Chisholm Trail is named for Jesse Chisholm who had built several trading posts in what is now western Oklahoma before the Civil War. He died in 1868, too soon to ever drive cattle on the trail. Jesse died, at Johnny Two Hand Springs in Oklahoma, as a result of food poisoning from eating bear

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