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Today in Texas History - August 30

From the Annals of the Bigots  – In 1956, an angry white mob surrounded Mansfield High School to prevent the enrollment of three African-American students.  Following the U.S. 233 more words

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Today in Texas History - August 29

From the Annals of the Big Storms –  In 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall as a category 3 hurricane.  The storm’s direct impact was directed most famously at New Orleans, but much of the Gulf Coast from  Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle was effected.  60 more words

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Extra Credit-Texas History 8-29-16

This is the first extra credit opportunity of the year.

Follow the links below that correspond to your class to complete the extra credit. Only do the extra credit that corresponds to your Texas History class period. 47 more words

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Texas History 8-29/9-2

This week in Texas History we will learn about bias, point of view, and frame of reference. Later in the week we will begin discussing Texas Geography. 54 more words

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Today in Texas History - August 26

From the Annals of All the Way with LBJ –  In 1964, Lyndon B. Johnson was nominated to as the Democratic candidate for president at the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City, NJ.   72 more words

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From the Annals of Extremely Partisan Politics   In 1860 7 defendants were  found guilty of killing 3 men that were taken from the Marion County Jail in Jefferson on the night of October 24, 1868. 40 more words

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Today in Texas History - August 22

From the Annals of Art Spaces – In 1971, the De Luxe Show opened in the remodeled De Luxe movie theater in Houston’s Fifth Ward. The show ran from August 22 to September 29.  144 more words

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