Established in 1849, it was occupied by three companies of the 1st U.S. Infantry Regiment. During the Civil War, the post was occupied by Confederate troops of Frontier Regiment. Federal troops reoccupied the post from 1868 to 1916. Many restored stone buildings form the center of a municipal par...
Housed in the Fort Duncan post headquarters building, the museum includes exhibits, artifacts and photographs covering Texas, Northern Mexico and Eagle Pass from the colonial period, early exploration, Civil War and early 1900s. Open 1–5 p.m. Tue.–Sun. Donations accepted. 310 Bliss St. 830/758-14...
Operated by the Kickapoo tribe, the facility features a bingo hall and Las Vegas-type games with state-of-the-art equipment. Includes a restaurant, sports bar and live entertainment. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Off F.M. 1021 (El Indio Highway) at Rosita Valley Road. 888/255-8259. www...
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