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Artifacts. Stories.: The Early Causeways

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In Episode Seven of Galveston.com’s new video series, Artifacts. Stories., I meet George Osborne on the causeway built in 1912, where George explains the impact it had on connecting Galveston to the rest of the nation.  Eleanor Barton show bronze plaques from the 1938 causeway which replaced the 1912 causeway.

 

 

Last year, I made a personal commitment to learn more of Galveston's colorful history. I understand that this is not a cinematic work of art. I'm simply sharing what I learned. If you have any suggestions for improvement - or story ideas! -  please post them in the Disqus comments below.

 

If you missed other episodes, here's some links:

As I add more episodes, you'll be able to find them at galveston.com/stories.

We are also publishing Rosenberg Treasures of the Month at galveston.com/rosenbergtreasures.

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Article written by Lee Roane

Lee Roane is President of Galveston.com & Company and occasionally is inspired to write a blog.

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