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Railroad bypasses college town and Larissa is history - Tyler Morning Telegraph

TSHA - April 20, 2014 - 11:00pm

Railroad bypasses college town and Larissa is history
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Isaac Killough and his family were some of the first settlers to the area, arriving in 1837, according to the Texas State Historical Association website. The land was disputed Indian territory. Larissa was the site of the Killough Massacre, which ...

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Village has mixed feelings about possible neighbor - Brownsville Herald

TSHA - April 19, 2014 - 11:17pm

Village has mixed feelings about possible neighbor
Brownsville Herald
living, according to the Texas State Historical Association. In 1975, Stanley Piotrowicz, an 80-year-old resident, proposed that the community be incorporated and he renamed it Kopernik Shores in honor of Nicolaus Copernicus, the 16th century Polish ...
Boca Chica's few residents concerned about possibility of SpaceX launch site ...Monitor

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Boca Chica's few residents concerned about possibility of SpaceX launch site ... - Monitor

TSHA - April 19, 2014 - 10:49pm

Boca Chica's few residents concerned about possibility of SpaceX launch site ...
Monitor
... was born in South Africa in 1971, John Caputa, a radio personality from Chicago, developed Kennedy Shores in 1967 and pitched it to working-class Polish immigrants seeking a better standard of living, according to the Texas State Historical ...

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Residents have mixed feelings about SpaceX project - Valley morning Star

TSHA - April 19, 2014 - 8:40pm

Residents have mixed feelings about SpaceX project
Valley morning Star
... was born in South Africa in 1971, John Caputa, a radio personality from Chicago, developed Kennedy Shores in 1967 and pitched it to working-class Polish immigrants seeking a better standard of living, according to the Texas State Historical ...

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