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September 04, 2019 - 00:00
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Anna Posey touches the petrified wood that went into the chimney in the Murphy House at the Lost Maples State Natural Area while Katie Raney, the Region 3 interpretive specialist for Texas Parks & Wildlife, talks about the history of the house and the area. The structure was open to the public as part of the natural area’s 40th Anniversary celebration on Sunday, Sept. 1. ...

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