Dedicated in 1970 and extending two miles along both banks of the Pedernales River, the two parks commemorate the life and career of Lyndon B. Johnson. The state park includes a number of sites displaying life on the frontier and a visitors' center with exhibits of Johnson memorabilia. The national park includes Johnson's (reconstructed) boyhood home, the White House complex, and his childhood school.
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Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site, and Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
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