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Almost forty years ago, Kenneth and Irene Eubanks came to Edinburg to settle in what would be their final resting place after decades of traveling the world. After a successful professional career as an agricultural economist, a professor and a high-level official for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Kenneth Eubanks found the perfect location to literally "plant roots" with his family in a place referred to as the Magic Valley of Texas. The research conducted for this book represents historical, archaeological, geological and biological data that will forever be preserved within this volume collection of human-land interactions at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Border Studies Archive's Spanish Land Grant Collection.
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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Community Historical Archaeology Project with Schools Program (CHAPS); Gonzalez, Juan L.; Garcia, Janette; and Bacha-Garza, Roseann, "The Eubanks Family: a porción of Edinburg" (2016). Community Historical Archaeology Project with Schools (CHAPS) Publications. 3.