With Mary Joy Graham, and Dr. Lucille Estell.The Royal Road of the Tejas Indians, El Camino Real de los Tejas, was born hundreds of years ago when the Native Americans followed routes used by buffalo and other animals, realizing that these early creatures knew the best paths to take. Also known as Kings Highway, it later became a major thoroughfare used by travelers coming to Louisiana, Texas, and Mexico. In 2004, El Camino Real de los Tejas took on new meaning when the historical road was designated as the 19th National Historical Trail in the United States. Charleston, SC, 2014 Arcadia Publishing 1st Ed., 6&1/2 x 9&1/4, 126 Pgs., PB.
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