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Veterans Memorial Monuments Wharton
Veterans Memorial Monuments The Wharton County Veterans Memorial was constructed to honor all veterans especially those Wharton County veterans who have given their lives in the service of our country.The idea was originally conceived in 1985 through informal conversations of a small group of veterans. Their decision in connection with developing a memorial was clear: Lets do it. It was agreed that points of contact within t....
Southern Pacific Railroad Depot Wharton
Southern Pacific Railroad Depot The arrival of railroads to Wharton County restored the farm economy, previously devastated by the effects of the Civil War, by generating new capital investment in the region. The Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway, later known as Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway, established a station at East Bernard, traversing the northern section of the county by 1865, but did not result ....
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Webster
Webster, a small city in terms of its square miles just 6.7, but mighty in terms of commercial vibrancy home to more than 2,200 businesses and a trade area that includes a 15-mile radius and 1.5M ....
Dickinson
Dickinson is on State Highway 3 at the edge of the Galveston metropolitan area in the northwest corner of Galveston County. It was named after John Dickinson, who in 1824 received a Mexican grant for ....
Huntsville
Huntsville Founded in 1835 by Pleasant Gray, the town of Huntsville grew quickly with prominent settlers moving here from Alabama, Tennessee and Virginia. From the city's inception, it was considered ....