Heritage, 2011, Volume 1 Page: 27
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Study abroad--in Texas!
* Enjoy an exclusive, after-hours tour of the Alamo
conducted by Dr. Richard Bruce Winders, curator of
* Explore Civil War Galveston with Dr. Donald S.
Frazier, award-winning author of Cottonclads! The
Battle of Galveston and the Defense of the Texas Coast.
* Uncover the hidden world of the state's vexillology
(the study of flags) under the tutelage of Dr. Robert T.
Maberry, Jr., award-winning author of Texas Flags.
* Walk the battlefield at San Jacinto with Dr. Stephen
L. Hardin, award-winning author of Texian Iliad: The
Military History of the Texas Revolution and historical
advisor for the 2004 feature film, "The Alamo.'
* Learn the art of Texas cooking from Tom
Perini, owner-operator of the famed Perini Ranch
* Throw down in a barbecue cook-off with fellow
students paired against local talent at Buffalo Gap
* Load and fire a Sharps buffalo rifle at Fort
* Scoot your boots across sawdust floors as you take
country and western dance lessons.
* Enjoy the outdoors as you explore the diversity of
* Revel as we explore the richness of Texas music in
Austin clubs and country"honkytonks."
* Marvel at the array of color on our Texas wildflower
* Ponder the future as you visit oil fields and wind
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT www.mcm.edu/texas/
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