Published October 7, 2005
by Cool Springs Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
The Texas Almanac is a biennially published reference work providing information for the general public on the history of the state and its people, government and politics, economics, natural resources, holidays, culture, education, recreation, the arts, and other ed information on each of the state's counties is provided, along with analytical essays on a variety of topics Publisher: Texas State Historical Association. The first edition of the Texas Almanac was issued by The Galveston News in January , 21 years after Texas won its independence from Mexico and only 12 years after it became a state. Book cover. The focus of the earliest editions of the Texas Almanac was on history and the workings of the state government. The first edition of the Texas Almanac was issued by The Galveston News in January , 21 years after Texas won its independence from Mexico and only 12 years after it became a state.. The focus of the earliest editions of the Texas Almanac was on history and the workings of the state government. TEXAS first edition of the Texas Almanac was published by the News in Galveston in January , only twelve years after Texas became the twenty-eighth state to enter the Union. The idea to publish an annual almanac to attract immigrants to Texas and inform residents about their state was conceived in by David Richardson, a native of England who had been hired to work for the.
Texas often is called the Lone Star State because of its state flag with a single star. This was also the flag of the Republic of Texas. The information about historic Texas flags, the current flag and other Texas symbols may be supplemented by information available from the Texas State Library. Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide. Belo & Company, - Almanacs, American. 0 Reviews. and whose independence we have, on great consideration and on just principles, acknowledged, Appears in 66 books from Page 1 -. Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Snippet view - Appears in 34 books from Page 38 - No part of the plumage, skin or body of any bird protected by this section, shall be sold or had in possession for sale. 2/5(1). A book for all texans! Buy Now! Become a TSHA member and join our mission to promote the unique and rich history of Texas. Learn More. copyright TEXAS STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Published by tsha distributed in partnership with the university of texas at austin.
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