Join popular Fort Worth historian Quentin McGown for the second in his three-part survey course of Fort Worth history explores the city's transition from frontier town to the 20th-century industrial center, and includes a discussion of the development of the Stockyards, labor and social challenges, the Depression, Frontier Centennial, and the World War Two years The class is divided into two evenings of lecture and discussion and two field study walking tour sessions. The course fee is $126. Discounts are available to seniors and TCU faculty, staff, and students. Register here.
Presented by the Center for Texas Studies and TCU Extended Education.
Photo: Downtown Fort Worth, c. 1921. University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, Special Collections