Fort Worth Westerners

Corral, Westerners International

Currently, the Corral meets the third Tuesday monthly (except Jun, Jul, Aug & Dec)
at 7 PM online via Zoom.

Topics include local, Texas, and Western history.
Speakers are members, local historians, and university professors.
Visitors are welcome.
If you would like to visit and need the Zoom login information, please use the contact form to request it.

Corral annual membership dues of $20/single and $30/couple are based on the calendar year and include the annual dues payable to our parent organization, Westerners International. Checks are payable to Fort Worth Westerners Corral.

The Fort Worth Westerners Corral was founded in 1965 and is the oldest of the eight active Corrals in Texas. Like the Westerners International organization, membership is open to anyone interested in Western history.

Bob Saul
Fort Worth Westerners' Sheriff
(does what a president does)

Phillip Williams
Fort Worth Westerners' Representative
(works as the representative for contacts with other Corrals, Posses, and the Home Ranch.)

Richard Robinson
Fort Worth Westerners' Keeper of the Chips
(does what a treasurer does)

In non-pandemic circumstances, the Corral meets the third Tuesday monthly (except Jun, Jul, Aug & Dec) at
Ol' South Pancake House
1509 S University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76107

6 pm Social Time / Dinner
(order from restaurant menu)
7 pm Program

Nov. 17, 2020
Shae Adams Nawoj

Nov. 17, 2020: Shae Adams Nawoj, "Hair Art in 19th Century Social Traditions"

"Hair Art in 19th Century Social Traditions

Shae Adams Nawoj will delve into the history of hair art and its role in 19th century social traditions. She will show off some of the intricate work created by our ancestors with a demonstration of how those pieces may have been created.

Meet Shae Adams Nawoj

Shae Adams Nawoj is the Assistant Historic Site Supervisor at Log Cabin Village in Fort Worth. She has worked in the museum world at institutions as varied as Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Gettysburg National Military Park, Colonial Williamsburg and the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, with her most recent being the W. K. Gordon Center for Industrial History of Texas. Her background includes studies in public history with an emphasis in 19th century American history and memory. At Log Cabin Village she works as part of a "myth busting" team on a mission to set the record straight about life on the American frontier.