This Wednesday, August 1st, The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum offers a discussion of a new way to study Texas’s earliest populations.
High Noon Talks: Land of the Tejas Wednesday, August 1, Noon-1 p.m. Classroom 137 FREE
Discover the earliest Texans with John Arnn, author of Land of the Tejas. From the enigmatic Jumano Indian leader Juan Sabata to Spanish friar Casanas’s 1691 account of the vast Native American Tejas alliance, Arnn’s discussion will shine new light on Texas’s poorly understood past, debunk long-held misconceptions of prehistory and history, and propose a provocative new approach to the process by which we attempt to reconstruct the history of humanity.
Stop by the Story of Texas Café and enjoy lunch before or after the presentation.
Admission to the Museum’s Exhibits is not required to enter the Cafe!
The Story of Texas Cafe is located on the Second Floor of the Museum and can be reached via the Rotunda stairs or the IMAX Theatre elevators.
The Cafe offers a variety of food choices for tasty, fun lunches and snacks and has indoor and outdoor dining.
Complement your visit to the Museum or drop in anytime for a bite.
Monday through Saturday the kitchen is open 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Grab-and-go options and beverages are available until 5 p.m.
Sunday, kitchen hours are Noon – 3 p.m.
with grab-and-go options until 5 p.m.