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Today In Texas History – November 27

1941 – Texas’ eastern boundary was unsuccessfully challenged when Louisiana insisted that its western border extended not to the center, but to the west bank of the Sabine River.

1944 – Near Grosshau, Germany, Macario García earned a Medal of Honor for his actions on the battlefield. García was a Mexican native that had moved to Texas in 1923.

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Today in Old Western History

Today In Old West History

November 27, 1868 — Without bothering to identify the village or do any reconnaissance, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer leads an early morning attack on a band of peaceful Cheyenne living with Chief Black Kettle.

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