History of the Hill Country Ep. 4: Popular Sites

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By Calvin Miller
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In this episode, Calvin Miller continues to take us through the Hill Country to sites such as: the LBJ Site, Pedernales River and State Park, the History of the South Congress Avenue bridge in Austin, as well as Lady Bird Lake along with Enchanted Rock.

In addition to these sites, Calvin introduces us to Texas and Austin notables such as Willie Nelson, Michael Dell,  Jody Conradt and his favorite, Buffalo Hump who was a Comanche War Chief that was ultimately betrayed and exiled out of the state, but not before a fight. Check this episode out!

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for Calvin please contact him at: calvinlmiller@txstate.edu.

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