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Buffalo Gap Historic Village [TX]

The Buffalo Gap Historic Village preserves and presents the history and heritage of the last 50 years of the Texas frontier (1875–1925). The living history village contains at least 12 original building; a museum; collections of arrowheads, frontier weapons, and medical instruments; and two Model T hacks.

The village offers exhibits, lectures, audio wand tours, a school day utilizing 1925 curriculum, a curriculum guide, and vintage baseball.

 
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