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Buffalo Bayou:  An Echo of Houston's Wilderness Beginnings

Bef. 1750 - Aft. 1998

These articles about Buffalo Bayou are exerpted from the forthcoming book by Louis Aulbach, with the assistance of Linda Gorski who has contributed to some of the articles, entitled "Buffalo Bayou: An Echo of Houston's Wilderness Beginnings. by  Louis F. Aulbach

 

From Ranching to Industry:  A Photo History of Pasadena, Texas

Bef. 1928-____

San Jacinto College Central developed this photo history of greater Pasadena, Texas, for young people studying the history of the area as well as for adults who are interested in the community's past. The Project was underwritten by the TexShare Project of the Texas State Library, San Jacinto College Central and the Pasadena Historical Society in September 2000....

The Germans Of North Harris County, Texas

Aft. Late 18th Century

By John T. Payne, Presented to the, Raleigh Tavern Philosophical Society, December 2, 2004.  The Raleigh Tavern Philosophical Society is a group of individuals in Tomball, TX, USA who meet eight times each year to discuss ideas of political, cultural, historical and philosophical significance. At each meeting, a member delivers a formal paper, followed by extensive discussion of the issues raised. The final versions of these papers , reflecting ...

Historic Houston, 170+ Years of

1836-2010

This is an excellent historical presentation  .... the decades 1836-2000 ... Our Legacy ... Great Citizens ... Landmarks ... Who's Who ... Ethnic Culture ... and much more.  Presented by Houston History.com

The Karankawa Indians, The Coast People of Texas

Bef. Circa 1852

Archaeological and Ethnological Papers of the Peabody Museum, Harvard University.  Gatschet, Albert S., Charles Adrian Hammond, and Alice William Bridges Oliver. The Karankawa Indians, the coast people of Texas, Book, 1891; digital images,  University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, crediting Star of the Republic Museum, Washington, Texas.

Pasadena the Early Years

1890 - ____

C. David Pomeroy, Jr., Author

 

 

 

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