This day in Texas History: Death of “Cattle King” Touches off Family Financial Scandal

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) Death of “Cattle King” Touches off Family Financial Scandal January 25, 1919 On this day

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This day in Texas History: “Tri-Cities” Finally Unite as Baytown

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) “Tri-Cities” Finally Unite as Baytown January 24, 1948 On this day in 1948, the former

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1/24/2013 Daily Image: Refinery Stack

1/24/2013 Daily Image: Refinery Stack One of the refinery stacks in Big Spring, Texas after some artistic license has been taken with the processing. Whatever

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This day in Texas History: Confederates Hang Former Texas Senator as Traitor

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) Confederates Hang Former Texas Senator as Traitor January 23, 1863 On this day in 1863,

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1/22/2013 Daily Image: Pilot Point Bank

The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Pilot Point, was originally constructed in 1896 in a classic Germanic style. This bank building was used in the

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This day in Texas History: Supreme Court Legalizes Abortion

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) Supreme Court Legalizes Abortion January 22, 1973 On this day in 1973, the U.S. Supreme

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This day in Texas History: “Know-Nothings” Abandon Secrecy, Meet in Austin

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) “Know-Nothings” Abandon Secrecy, Meet in Austin January 21, 1856 On this day in 1856, the American or

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