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Grand Opening of the Big Bear Native American Museum
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Join us on Saturday, November 15 for the grand opening of the Big Bear Native American Museum. This is a.... More
Annual Pioneer Days 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014
Join us for the many activities of our annual Pioneer Days, November 21 and 22, 2014. Mark your calendar for.... More
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Big Bear Native American Museum Now Open
12/01/15
The Big Bear Native American Museum opened November 15, 2014 featuring a collection of Native American artifacts donated by Leonard “Big Bear” Beal. Additional artifacts supplement his collection to provide a complete overview of Native Americans in North America from their arrival over 13,000 years ago to the present. Displays feature a wide variety of artifacts including not only projectile.... Read More
2014 Pioneer Days
11/23/14
We enjoyed a very successful 11th Annual Pioneer Days! School children from four local schools, home schoolers, families and friends came out both Friday, Nov. 21st and Saturday, Nov. 22nd for this event. We had Terry's Texas Rangers Civil War re-enactors, Ghosts of Buzzard Flats gunfighters, music from Buttermilk Junction, Native American and other vendors, blacksmith demonstrations, Bates Bunkhouse, Johnson.... Read More
2014 Grand Opening BBNAM Fort Worth Star Telegram article
11/17/14
http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/11/14/6290409/native-american-heritage-museum.html .... Read More
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Chisholm Trail Marker - Precinct 1 Commissioner
Feeder trails from Hillsboro and points east arrived here. Often the main trail north to the Kansas railhead would become overcrowded spreading several miles wide. At this point, the trail boss would send his most experienced rider ahead to pick.... Read More
Did you know?
Scot-Cherokee trader Jesse Chisholm first marked the famous Chisholm Trail in 1864 for his wagons. It started at the confluence of the Little and Big Arkansas rivers and went to Jesse Chisholm's trading post, southwest of present day Oklahoma City.

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