El Camino Real de los Tejas
It’s History, People, and Places
We have recently worked with the National Park Service, researchers, and multiple funders to create a traveling exhibit on the trail. Our goal with this project is to raise awareness for the trail and encourage protection of this irreplaceable historic resource.
The exhibit has three themes that focus on: 1) The role of the trail in cattle drives to support the American Revolution, 2) Its influence on settlement patterns throughout Texas and Louisiana, and 3) How to see and experience the Camino today.
El Camino Real de los Tejas: Its History, People, and Places traveling exhibit is designed for a 7th grade reading level and contains various pictures and maps to demonstrate information. For TEKS Standards for 4th and 7th grade Texas history classes, click this link.
Its format is seven retractable, free-standing vinyl banners each with dimensions of 33.5” W x 86” H. The panels are designed in a sequential order and can be placed separately to accommodate for space and unique venue design. Suggested duration for hosting the exhibit is from four to six weeks, but can be modified on a case-by-case basis.
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If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512.850.9073.
Below is a panel of our exhibit for informational purposes.