Chisholm Trail: A Tale of Fort Worth’s Prairie History

Monday, April 8, 2019 from 6:30pm – 8pm
Chisholm Trail: A Tale of Fort Worth’s Prairie History
Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus
Room WACB 1123
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TCC-NW Meeting Location 2018 – 2019

Saddle up & join us in welcoming Doug Harman, historian & Chisholm Trail expert, who will tell us about the Chisholm Trail & how Fort Worth became the ‘Queen of the Prairie’. Doug Harman, former City of Fort Worth City Manager and past President and CEO of Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau earned his PhD in Urban Administration from American University. Doug has served on many commissions & boards including the Tarrant County Historical Commission & the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Heritage Trails Committee. He is a regional expert on all things Chisholm Trail! Doug has presented on a wide range of topics, including Fort Worth and Texas history, tourism marketing and management, heritage and preservation, cowboy history and gear, antiques and aviation. He has authored more than 60 published articles appearing in professional journals and has developed a number of museum exhibits on Texas, Fort Worth and Western heritage topics, including the Chisholm Trail Exhibit at the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and a Quanah Parker exhibit.

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