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Like many busy seaports, Galveston attracted a substantial immigrant population in the late 1800s. For many, traditional family support was an ocean away, meaning unexpected accidents or epidemics led to shattered families. In 1879, the local business community came together to establish the Island City Protestant and Israelitish Orphans Asylum. The orphanage later dropped its religious affiliation and was renamed the Galveston Orphans Home.
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The Bryan Museum is pleased to announce “Art Untamed: A Night of Contemporary Western Art” on Friday September 23. Art Untamed is the first night of the contemporary western artists showcase. Art Untamed is part of the Visions of the West Weekend at The Bryan, which includes a live auction on…