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Texas Civil War Museum / Welcome
History, visitor information, exhibits, and activities. Located in Fort Worth.
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Texas Civil War Museum / About Us / Docent Bios
He now lives in west Fort Worth and is part of many organizations including the Gettysburg Foundation and several Civil War units. His interest in the Civil War .
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Fort Worth Civil War Round Table
Fort Worth Civil War Round Table meets monthly for meetings and guest speakers on Civil War topics.
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Fort Worth Historic Sites - Texas Civil War Musuems, Stockyards ...
Explore the historic sites and sounds of Fort Worth, Texas from the 19th century Log Cabin Village to the largest collection of Civil War artifacts west of the .
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Texas Civil War Museum - Fort Worth Listings Official Fort Worth CVB
The largest Civil War museum west of the Mississippi River features weapons, uniforms, artifacts and civilian clothing from the Civil War. Its 75-seat theater .
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Texas Civil War Museum - Fort Worth Listings Official Fort Worth CVB
760 N. Jim Wright Freeway; Fort Worth, TX 76108; (817) 246-2323; Fax: (817) . The largest Civil War museum west of the Mississippi River features weapons, .
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Texas Civil War Museum - Fort Worth - TripAdvisor
Texas Civil War Museum, Fort Worth: See 23 reviews, articles, and photos of Texas Civil War Museum, ranked No.12 on TripAdvisor among 85 attractions in Fort .
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  • Fort Worth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    During the 1860s Fort Worth suffered from the effects of the Civil War and Reconstruction. The population dropped as low as 175, as money, food, and supply .
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Fort Worth: City Guide, weather and facts galore from Answers.com
Although its population continued to grow, it was not until after the Civil War that Fort Worth began to prosper. The cattle industry was a major part of the local .
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