Looking Back on the Great War

World War 1 Ceremonies



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Through May 14, 2019

No Man’s Land: East Texas African Americans in WWI Exhibition. Various towns/traveling tour. www.nmltx.org

Through November 11

Texas and Collin County WWI Centennial Commemoration. McKinney. Collin County History Museum, 300 East Virginia Street. (972) 542-9457. www.collincountyhistoricalsociety.org

Through December 31

WWI Artifacts Exhibit. Rockwall. Rockwall County Courthouse, 1111 East Yellow Jacket Lane. (214) 729-2815.

Through February 2019

North Texas in WWI. Various locations. www.northtexasworldwar1centennial.org

November 10

Centennial Commemoration: Edgewood Heritage Festival. Heritage Park Depot. www.edgewoodheritagefestival.com

WWI Armistice Centennial Celebration. Tyler. Smith County Historical Society Museum. Carnegie Library Building, 125 South College Avenue. Tickets: $25. www.smithcountyhistoricalsociety.org

Veterans Day Ceremony: 36th & 90th Division Recognition. Murchison. Leagueville Baptist Church & Cemetery. (630) 789-0204. www.90thdivisionassoc.org

November 11

Commemoration: Rockwall. Veterans Wall/. Rockwall County Courthouse, 1111 East Yellow Jacket Lane. (469) 698-0401.

 

Contact local city offices to find other area remembrances.

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