History comes to life for students at Texas celebration

03/11/2013 | Victoria Advocate (Texas)

Some little-known facts about Texas history, such as the use of camels to pull wagons in the 19th century, were among the features of a recent three-day event called Texas Our Texas, presented by the Children's Discovery Museum of the Golden Crescent in Victoria, Texas. The event -- for the public and students, including first-grade students from Chandler Elementary School -- included real camels as well as exhibits about Texas independence and culture and a performance of Mescalero Apache music courtesy of Tony Two Hawks.

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