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CHAMBERS COUNTY

... pipelines. Oilfields were subsequently discovered at Lost Lake, Anahuac, Monroe City, and Turtle Bay, and near Hankamer, and gas reserves ... County (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1940; rpt., Dallas: Taylor, 1981). Margaret S. Henson and Kevin Ladd, Chambers County: A ...

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PALO PINTO COUNTY

... a tourist industry revolving around Possum Kingdom Lake, Mineral Wells State Park, and Lake Palo Pinto. The county hosts a Crazy ... Historical Association, History of Palo Pinto County (Dallas: Taylor, 1978). ...

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OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE

... industrial hygiene, and the University of Houston at Clear Lake City offers a B.A. degree in industrial hygiene. The professional ... half of the TOMA members practice in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio. Several state or federal statutes promote the ...

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SAN ANTONIO, TX

... moved northward. San Antonio had fallen behind Houston and Dallas in population by 1930, and has remained the third largest city in the ... universities and one accredited college: Our Lady of the Lake University, St. Mary's University, Trinity University, the University of ...

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GONZALES COUNTY

... Hill, Palo Alto, Peach Creek, Pilgrim, Pecan Grove, Round Lake (Clabbertown), Sandies Chapel, Sandy Fork, Sulphur Springs, and Zoar. ... Historical Commission, History of Gonzales County (Dallas: Curtis, 1986). Edward Albert Lukes, De Witt Colony of Texas ...

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LIBERTY COUNTY

... Dayton to Cleveland had been completed. The Beaumont, Sour Lake and Western Railway (later the Missouri Pacific) built across the central ... 1974). Arlene Pickett, Historic Liberty County (Dallas: Tardy, 1936). Vertical Files, Dolph Briscoe Center for American ...

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BANDERA COUNTY

... years as "Mormon Camp," which is now covered by Medina Lake. For a time the Mormons manufactured tables, chairs, and other ... Book Committee, History of Bandera County, Texas (Dallas: Curtis, 1986). Douglas E. Barnett, Mohair in Texas: Livestock ...

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KENEDY COUNTY

... early 1880s, for example, Kenedy reportedly fenced in a lake that by tradition belonged to Doña Euliana Tijerina of the La Atravesada ... Lewellyn Allhands, Gringo Builders (Joplin, Missouri, Dallas, Texas, 1931). Evan Anders, Boss Rule in South Texas: The Progressive ...

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SOMERVELL COUNTY

... primarily agricultural and rural, its proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth area led to a rapid increase in industry that transformed it. ... the nuclear plant. Squaw Creek Reservoir, a 3,275-acre lake built by Texas Utilities to provide cooling water, has camping and fishing ...

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BAYLOR COUNTY

... Indians; it has been renamed the Settlers' Reunion. Lake Kemp, on the Wichita River, was opened in 1924 behind its new dam and in ... Sarah Ann Britton, The Early History of Baylor County (Dallas: Story Book Press, 1955). Floyd Benjamin Streeter, "The Millett Cattle ...

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