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Today in Texas History

Today In Texas History – November 21

1921 – The charter of McMurry College in Abilene was signed.

1963 – U.S. President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, arrived in San Antonio, TX. They were beginning an ill-fated, two-day tour of Texas that would end in Dallas.

1987 – The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas was founded.

1992 – A series of 94 tornadoes hit southeast Texas to the Mid-Atlantic and the Ohio Valley. 26 people were killed. (November 21-23)

1993 – The city of Austin erected a memorial statue of the late Texas blues guitar-player Stevie Ray Vaughan along Town Lake. He had played his last performance at the location in Austin.

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Today in Old Western History

Today In Old West History

November 21, 1860 — The notorious hired killer Tom Horn is born on this day in 1860, in Memphis, Missouri. “Killing is my specialty,” Horn reportedly once said. “I look at it as a business proposition, and I think I have a corner on the market.”


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