This Day in Texas History: Blues Queen Born in Houston

This Day in Texas History: Blues Queen Born in Houston November 1, 1898 On this day in 1898, blues singer Sippie Wallace was born in

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This Day in Texas History: Emmett Scott Appointed to Reduce Racial Tension

This Day in Texas History: Emmett Scott Appointed to Reduce Racial Tension October 15, 1917 On this day in 1917, Secretary of War Newton D.

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This Day in Texas History: Soul Legend Born in Rogers

This Day in Texas History: Soul Legend Born in Rogers August 8, 1935 On this day in 1935, Joseph Arrington Jr. was born in Rogers,

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This Day in Texas History: Future Film Actress Born in Houston

This Day in Texas History: Future Film Actress Born in Houston July 23, 1895 On this day in 1895, Florence Arto was born in Houston.

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This Day in Texas History: Red Adair is Born

This Day in Texas History: Red Adair is Born June 18, 1915 Paul Neal “Red” Adair, the Texas oil well firefighter, was born on June

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This day in Texas History: Virginia Point Benefits from Galveston Island Bridge

This day in Texas History: Virginia Point Benefits from Galveston Island Bridge February 06, 1860 On this day in 1860, the Galveston, Houston and Henderson

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This Day in Texas History: First Heart Transplanted in Houston

This Day in Texas History: First Heart Transplanted in Houston May 03, 1968 On this day in 1968, surgeon Denton Cooley and his associates at

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This Day in Texas History: Pioneer Memoirist Born in Missouri

This Day in Texas History: Pioneer Memoirist Born in Missouri April 28, 1825 Dilue Rose Harris (1825–1914), pioneer and memoirist, the daughter of Dr. Pleasant

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This Day in Texas History: The Battle of San Jacinto

This Day in Texas History: The Battle of San Jacinto April 21, 1836 The battle of San Jacinto was the concluding military event of the Texas

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This day in Texas History: Eve of the Battle of San Jacinto

This day in Texas History: Eve of the Battle of San Jacinto April 20, 1836 After admonishing his troops to remember the massacres at San Antonio and

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