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Texas History: The Grand-Daddy of Campus Mass Shootings

Although the first paragraph of this article is a dead giveaway it was written by some spineless no-nuts liberal, please disregard that and continue on…this is actually a pretty good article; And Don’t Forget to watch the clip of the documentary. 335 more words

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Yellowstone Trip 2016

Information/application for this upcoming fall’s Yellowstone Trip is linked below.

If you have questions, please contact the names of the teachers/sponsors in the linked document.

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Today in Texas History - May 20

From the Annals of the Rockers –   In 1978, “The Buddy Holly Story” premiered in Lubbock the home town of Buddy Holly and the Crickets.  The film starred Gary Busey as Buddy Holly and chronicled his meteoric rise to stardom, courtship and marriage and untimely death.  12 more words

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Obscure History: The Supreme Court Justice Who Shot a Senator

If, like me, you are dispirited by our national political climate, you may occasionally entertain the sense that you are witness to an era of unprecedented moral debasement. 404 more words

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Modern Texas History: The Worst Industrial Disaster in U.S. History

The deadliest industrial disaster in U.S. history occurred on April 16, 1947, in Texas City, Texas. When the French ship SS Grandcamp exploded, a thousand buildings were destroyed and hundreds of people were killed. 532 more words

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Texas History Assignments Due

All assignments are due on Thursday, May 19th, at 3:30pm.  Any assignment turned in after that date and time will not be accepted.

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Conroe Gets Its Sparkle Back

The historic railroad and oil town of Conroe, Texas has a lot of architectural gems to offer, including the iconic Sparkle Icehouse on Metcalf Street. Originally built in the 1940s by Albert L. 300 more words

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