Monthly Archives: December 2010

1847 New Year almost brought in with Meusebach hanging

By Myra Lee Adams Goff If we could have been in New Braunfels 164 years ago about this time of year (Dec. 31, 1846), we would have witnessed a group of about 130 early settlers on their way to a … Continue reading

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Blended cultural traditions form typical Texas Christmas

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Each year, Christmas traditions are observed by Christians around the world. Here in New Braunfels, these traditions vary according to denomination and ancestry, but basically they are a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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