‘Camels In Texas’ Program at the Cuero Public Library
Did you know that camels played a huge role in the history of Texas? It’s kind of hard to imagine, but it’s true, and the Cuero Public Library is ready to educate you on the subject.
A program on the history of camels in Texas will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Cuero Public Library, 207 E. Main St. Texas Camel Corps Volunteers Frank Gonzales, Pam Eberly and Joella Smith will present an overview of the camel’s role in Texas history.
J.G. Hunnam with the DeWitt County Historical Commission will provide details about the camel’s stop along the Indianola Trail and their trek along Military Road in DeWitt County, says the Victoria Advocate.
For more information, contact librarian Barbara Jacob at 361-275-2864.