Monthly Archives: June 2009

President Theodore Roosevelt stops in NB

By Myra Lee Adams Goff An unforgettable event happened here in New Braunfels in 1905. Of course you would have to be at least 104 years old to have been there. I heard it from my parents who heard it … Continue reading

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Another rip-roaring July 4th celebration

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Historically the first July 4th celebration in New Braunfels goes back to 1846.The  emigrants had arrived only three months earlier on March 21, 1845 when Texas was still the Republic of Texas. Now in 1846 … Continue reading

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Tribute to Luise Ervendberg

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Hey you NB history buffs out there, can you name some early founders? OK- Prince Carl, von Coll, Zink, Ervendberg, Lindheimer, Koester, Seele. Good. Now name some of the early women. Stumped? That’s because there … Continue reading

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