Museum of the Gulf Coast

The Museum of the Gulf Coast provides over 450 photographs and postcards that depict the industry, activities, and life along the Gulf Coast. The museum combines conventional and unconventional methods to tell the exciting story of the Texas/ Louisiana Gulf Coast region. Traditional themes are used to intepret Gulf Coast life before the arrival of man, the role of Native Americans, European contact, Hispanic legacy, the trauma of civil War, economic and cultural growth, and the integration of the Gulf Coast region into the larger national and international community.

Contact

Sarah Bellian

409-984-6446

bellianse@lamarpa.edu

Address

Museum of the Gulf Coast
700 Procter St.
Port Arthur, TX 77640

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Description

The Museum of the Gulf Coast provides over 450 photographs and postcards that depict the industry, activities, and life along the Gulf Coast. The museum combines conventional and unconventional methods to tell the exciting story of the Texas/ Louisiana Gulf Coast region. Traditional themes are used to intepret Gulf Coast life before the arrival of man, the role of Native Americans, European contact, Hispanic legacy, the trauma of civil War, economic and cultural growth, and the integration of the Gulf Coast region into the larger national and international community.