This Day in Texas History: Texas Jack Omohundro Dies

This Day in Texas History: Texas Jack Omohundro Dies June 28, 1880 On this day in 1880, John Burwell Omohundro Jr., better known as Texas

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This Day in Texas History: WFAA Radio Goes On the Air

This Day in Texas History: WFAA Radio Goes On the Air June 26, 1922 On this day in 1922, radio station WFAA in Dallas began

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This Day in Texas History: New Fort Anchors Texas Line of Frontier Defense

This Day in Texas History: New Fort Anchors Texas Line of Frontier Defense June 24, 1851 On this day in 1851, Fort Belknap was established

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This Day in Texas History: Famous Trial Lawyer Born in Log Cabin

This Day in Texas History: Famous Trial Lawyer Born in Log Cabin June 21, 1902 On this day in 1902, Percy Eugene Foreman, one of

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This Day in Texas History: Lynching Intensifies Clinton Area Feud

This Day in Texas History: Lynching Intensifies Clinton Area Feud June 20, 1874 On this day in 1874, R. P. “Scrap” Taylor and two others

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This Day in Texas History: Juneteenth

This Day in Texas History: Juneteenth June 19, 1865 On June 19 1865, Union general Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston and issued General Order Number

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This Day in Texas History: Southwest Airlines Takes Flight

This Day in Texas History: Southwest Airlines Takes Flight June 18, 1971 On this day in 1971, Southwest Airlines began service from Dallas’s Love Field.

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This Day in Texas History: Caddo Mills Gets a Post Office

This Day in Texas History: Caddo Mills Gets a Post Office June 16, 1879 On this day in 1879, the post office at Caddo Mills

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This Day in Texas History: Roberts Family Sells Nacogdoches Landmark

This Day in Texas History: Roberts Family Sells Nacogdoches Landmark June 15, 1901 On this day in 1901, the Roberts family sold the Old Stone

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