This Day in Texas History: Heroic Texan Graduates From Flight-Nurse School

This Day in Texas History: Heroic Texan Graduates From Flight-Nurse School February 18, 1943 On this day in 1943, Dolly Shea graduated with the first

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This Day in Texas History: Sam Houston Nominated for President of the Republic of Texas

This Day in Texas History: Sam Houston Nominated for President of the Republic of Texas August 15, 1836 On this day in 1836, Philip Sublett

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This Day in Texas History: Alexander Cockrell Buys Dallas Townsite

This Day in Texas History: Alexander Cockrell Buys Dallas Townsite August 7, 1852 On this day in 1852, Alexander Cockrell paid $7,000 for the portion

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This Day in Texas History: Neiman Marcus Founder is Born

This Day in Texas History: Neiman Marcus Founder is Born May 03, 1883 Carrie Marcus Neiman (1883–1953), merchant and fashion authority, was born on May

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This day in Texas History: Republic of Texas Authorizes Ill-Fated Peters Colony

This day in Texas History: Republic of Texas Authorizes Ill-Fated Peters Colony February 04, 1841 On this day in 1841, the Republic of Texas passed

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This Day in Texas History: Co-Founder of Neiman Marcus Dies

This Day in Texas History: Co-Founder of Neiman Marcus Dies December 11, 1950 Herbert Marcus was born September 6, 1878, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jacob

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This Day in Texas History: Axe-Wielding Prohibitionist Dies

This Day in Texas History: Axe-Wielding Prohibitionist Dies June 02, 1911 On this day in 1911, Carry Nation, perhaps the most famous prohibitionist in American

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Today’s Notable Texan: Jim Bowie

Today’s Notable Texan: Jim Bowie (From Wikipedia) James “Jim” Bowie (c. 1796 – March 6, 1836), a 19th-century American pioneer, soldier, smuggler, slave trader, and

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