Register today for "Wall Street of the West: How Fort Worth Became the Livestock Center of the Southwest" with local historian Quentin McGown. Through an evening lecture and an accompanying a six-hour bus tour, the class will explore the roots of the livestock industry in Cowtown. Along the way, McGown will introduce you to some of the places and personalities associated with the rise and eventual decline of the massive local market that came to define the city for much of its history.
Delicious Central Market box lunch included. Fee: $158. Discounts available for seniors and TCU faculty, staff, and students. Your participation helps support future TCU Extended Education & Center for Texas Studies programming.
This event will be IN PERSON only. REGISTER HERE.
A judge by profession, Quentin McGown is a sixth generation Texan and fourth generation Fort Worthian with a lifelong interest in history.
📷: Cattle Raisers Museum via Portal to Texas History