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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Enloe Independence Day Parade

The Clara Foster Slough Museum in Enloe, proved to be a popular hang out during the Enloe 4th of July Parade.

Lots of antique iron rumbled by the museum, as the parade spectators looked on.

As the parade entertained the crowd outside, a few new exhibits attracted attention inside the museum as well.

The 4th of July festivities were enjoyed by many on this day, in Enloe, and several new visitors enjoyed the museum during their stop.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

North Texas e-News Features Enloe Museum Article

Highlights of a visit to the Clara Foster Slough Museum, were reported in the North Texas e-News publication. Authors Fred Tarpley, and Jim Ainsworth recently accompanied Jerry Lytle on a tour of the exhibits in the museum. The group was researching bois d'arc artifacts for a project, currently underway, which will highlight the role the bois d'arc tree has played in Texas history.
The Enloe Museum staff is currently preparing to increase the bois d'arc artifacts on display, and hope to contribute to the efforts of Bois d'Arc Kingdom group, in spotlighting the history of the bois d'arc tree.


Enloe Museum Featured on

An article recently authored by Fred Tarpley, has made its way to a feature on the website. Leland and Patty Meitzler, who has Delta County ancestry, have recommended the article and the museum to followers on the site. Thank you, to all those who have shown interest in the museum !

Mary Slough Museum in Enloe, Delta County, Texas May Have the History of Your Ancestors

Filed in Leland's Family, Museums, Texas on Jul.12, 2011