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Murray, TX 84123
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Salt Lake City, TX 84111
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Texas entered the union in 1845. It was the 28th state to do
so. Today the capital is Austin.
Texas is bordered by Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas and
the Gulf of Mexico. The state’s largest cities are Houston,
Dallas, San Antonio, Austin and El Paso.
The nickname for Texas is The Lone Star State.
Agriculture in Texas includes cattle, cotton, dairy products, wheat
and corn. It’s industries include natural gas, petroleum,
electrical equipment, food processing and tourism.
Some of the symbols of Texas include
Flower is the bluebonnet
Tree is the pecan
Bird is the mockingbird
Seashell is the whelk
Dish is chili
Fruit is Texas red grapefruit
Plant is the prickly pear cactus (makes wonderful jelly)
Mammal is the longhorn steer
Small mammal is the armadillo
Didja know ......?
- There are more species of birds in Brazoria county than in any
similar area in North America
- In 1883, Pecos was the site of the first rodeo.
- The World’s largest rose garden is in Tyler. It has
over 500 varities.
- A coastal live oak located near Fulton is the oldest tree in the
state. The tree has an estimated age of more than 1,500 years.
- In case you think of Texas as being completely flat, Guadalupe
Peak rises to 8,749 feet elevation. It is part of the state
park that also includes Carlsbad Caverns which are in New Mexico.
- The Alamo. The icon of Texas liberty from Mexico. Enjoy
the River Walk not far from the Alamo. Enjoy the hill country
in the area.
- 14 miles northwest of San Antonio, spend an hour or so in the 68
degree Cascade Caverns. Walk past water shaped formations. It’s
a living cave so don’t be surprised if you get a cave kiss.
- The grassy knoll. A term that sticks in the minds of anyone
old enough to remember the day President Kennedy was shot. Shots
seemed to come from the grassy knoll. It’s still there
and you can see it as you drive. Also visible is the book repository
where it is commonly believed that Lee Harvey Oswald took aim.
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