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Fort Worth: 1890 - World War II

Course Description

The second of a three part survey of local history, the class explores the growth and development of Fort Worth as it made the transition from frontier cattle town to modern city. Through a combination of classroom lecture and walking tours, the class will focus on late 19th and early 20th century economic challenges and growth, the expansion of the livestock industry, military investments, oil, aviation and the key leaders and personalities who moved the city forward.

Number of Seat(s) Available: There are 24 openings remaining at this time.

Code:18FCTS03
Dates:September 18 - October 9, 2018
Meets:Tu from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, 4 sessions
Hours:8.00
Instructor:Quentin McGown
Fee: $117.00Fee Breakdown
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