HCAA Discovers Paleoindian Points in Kerr County!

The Texas Historical Commission has just posted a YouTube story of our discovery of 14 ancient St Mary’s Hall Points near bison bone and a cooking hearth during excavations in Kerr county. This exciting story is told by Steve Stoutamire and can be viewed by clicking Texas Archeology Month 2020 … Read More

Article – “An English Architect in Kendall County, Alfred Giles, Architect (1853-1920) Part I.” By Myrna Flach Langford

Ever wonder who the early architects were who designed our buildings, fine homes and Courthouses? Well we have a story to tell of a famous English Architect, Alfred Giles. He arrived in Texas in 1873 and lived near Flat Rock Creek northeast of Comfort. He once owned about 13,000 acres … Read More

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