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SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN, TX

... century by an influx of Germans . After the Civil War , freedmen began to take up residence in the community. Czechs moved ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 21:19 - 0 attachments

AUSTIN COLLEGE

... College was prosperous and well patronized until the Civil War and Reconstruction qqv periods, when it lost enrollment and suffered ...

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ELLIOT, CHARLES

... and was largely responsible for the outbreak of the Opium War in 1840. After attacking Chinese forts in January 1841 he and the Chinese ... Helena from 1863 to 1869. In 1856 he was nominated for a civil KCB, and his honorary promotions in the navy took him to the rank of ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/12/2010 - 16:44 - 0 attachments

SATANTA

... first time Indian chiefs were forced to stand trial in a civil court. Predictably, the Jacksboro jury convicted the two men and ... Panhandle were again under siege as Kiowa and Comanche war parties attempted to halt the destruction of the buffalo herds. On ...

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AUSTIN, STEPHEN FULLER

... with Sterling C. Robertson . Austin had complete civil and military authority over his colonists until 1828, subject to rather ... Texas, as chairman of a central committee at San Felipe. War began at Gonzales on October 1. Austin was elected to command the ...

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WAGSTAFF, ROBERT MCALPINE

... to the bar in 1916. After the United States declared war on Germany, he was sent back to Abilene to organize Company I, Seventh ... . He was a member of many organizations: the Texas Civil Judicial Council (1953–59), the American Judicature Society, the state ...

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MCELROY, GEORGE ALBERT

... was one of the decorated veterans of the Spanish-American War who charged San Juan Hill with Theodore Roosevelt. Educated in the public ... media “blacked out” or refused to publicize civil rights demonstrations, the students turned to McElroy, who kept the ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - tmj0068 - 08/15/2013 - 11:57 - 0 attachments

SANCHEZ, GEORGE ISIDORE

... included the Alianzo Hispano-Americana, the American Civil Liberties Union, LULAC, the American G.I. Forum , and the Mexican ... and the record than party affiliation. During World War II he was a Latin-American consultant to the United States Office of ...

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SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE

... also received liaison-pilot training. The last year of the war the base became the only helicopter-pilot training school in the nation and ... in aircraft maintenance, transportation, communication, civil engineering, and field training. The population of the base reached ...

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COPE, MILLARD LEWIS

... Governor Daniel also appointed him a member of the Texas Civil War Centennial Commission, for which service he received an award from the ...

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