Photo courtesy of Bullock Texas State History Museum

Can you imagine Houston as the capital city of Texas? James Harkins, Manager of Public Services for Archives and Records, who has spent years researching the history of Texas through the collection at the Texas General Land Office, will talk on how a little-known skirmish - the Archives War - that cemented Austin's place as the true and lasting capital of Texas.

Can you imagine Houston as the capital city of Texas? James Harkins, Manager of Public Services for Archives and Records, who has spent years researching the history of Texas through the collection at the Texas General Land Office, will talk on how a little-known skirmish - the Archives War - that cemented Austin's place as the true and lasting capital of Texas.

Can you imagine Houston as the capital city of Texas? James Harkins, Manager of Public Services for Archives and Records, who has spent years researching the history of Texas through the collection at the Texas General Land Office, will talk on how a little-known skirmish - the Archives War - that cemented Austin's place as the true and lasting capital of Texas.

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WHERE

Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 N. Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
http://www.thestoryoftexas.com/visit/calendar/high-noon-talk-the-archives-war-20160907

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