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The Wilson County Historical Society program Aug. 16 was about recent discoveries and documentation of the Cibolo Crossing on the Old Gonzales Road. Allen Kosub made the presentation based on research completed by him and his wife, Regina. Listen to the first six minutes of his presentation to get the gist of their findings. This area near La Vernia played a big part in Texas' history, with such important figures as Erastus "Deaf" Smith, Susannah Dickinson, and others associated with the Siege of Bejar and the massacre at the Alamo.

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