Laredo, History of II

Laredo, History of II

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  1. Laredo Morning Times, “Landowners: the Dons of early Laredo”, February 27, 2005
  2. Laredo Morning Times, “Tomas Sanchez gets word to settle on north river bank”
  3. Outline of Laredo, History of II Contents
    1. Introduction
    2. History Lessons
    3. Los que siguieron, the colonial settlers with edits
    4. Los Primeros, los Indigenas

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  1. Laredo Morning Times, “Landowners: the Dons of early Laredo”, February 27, 2005
  2. Laredo Morning Times, “Tomas Sanchez gets word to settle on north river bank”
  3. Outline of Laredo, History of II Contents
    1. Introduction
    2. History Lessons
    3. Los que siguieron, the colonial settlers with edits
    4. Los Primeros, los Indigenas
    5. La Rebelde” Leonor Villegas Magnon, The Three R’s,: Reading, Writing, & Revolution
    6. La Docha
    7. Max Mandel: A career in banking built on forward thinking and compassion
    8. Johnson & Gill: private sector public servants
    9. The Sharkey Sisters: Vera & Anita
    10. Margaret Sackville Jones: a rare hot house flower
    11. Homage to Etta Mae: Sowing the seeds of literary curiosity
    12. Politics – Batteries, lots of batteries
    13. The war on poverty
    14. Education – Holding Institute
    15. Century Mark Businesses
    16. The Coca-Cola Bottling Company: Over 100 years & four generations of Johnsons
    17. Withstanding revolution, war, & peso devaluations, Sames Motor Company moves along the century mark, by Tom Moore
    18. Mercy Health Center: century-long culmination of a health care mission set in motion in 1894
    19. LNB’s first 100 years
    20. A Tex-Mex Railroad History
    21. World War II – the battle became not the war, but the battle to stay alive
    22. The terrible business of war
    23. From a journal of war
    24. A rememberance of Service
    25. One of millions: a Holocaust survivor’s story
    26. War Vietnam: Vietnam a dolorous remembrance of honor and duty served
    27. A civilian in Vietnam
    28. After Vietnam: a world asking us to re-weave the tapestry that holds us together
    29. The Flood, 1954
    30. My town at night
    31. Downtown
    32. El Gallo Bakery
    33. A corner Gro.
    34. The Buckboard
    35. At the Movies
  4. Laredo Morning Times, “Founding bombshell: Border historian says May 15th not city’s birthday, September 9, 2007
  5. Si Laredo Magazine, Fall Issue 1989. Articles:
    1. Ghost Stories of Laredo’s Haunted Houses
    2. Los Matachines de la Santa Cruz, by Norma E. Cantu Ph.D.
    3. La Passtorela en Laredo, by Norma E. Cantu Ph.D.
    4. South Texas Ranch Tours
  6. Laredo Morning Times, “Blessings outweith any misfortunes”, by Michael O’Barr, November 26, 1995
  7. Laredo Morning Times, “Feedback for column good”, November 12, 1995
  8. Laredo Morning Times, “Aviators were the last true knights”, December 10, 1995
  9. W.C.H.F Photos of reception for LNB – thanking them for their support
  10. First Chamber of Commerce 1888 (Board of Trade) Articles and correspondence
  11. How Should We Hold Our Tourists?
  12. A brief sketch of Dolores by Seb S. Wilcox
  13. Dolores, 1750 (Extracts from proceedings had in Victoria, Tamaulipas, in 1828 and 1829, relative to the titles of lands of Hacienda de Dolores)
  14. Texas State Historical Association Quartertly, Tienda de Cuervos inspeccion of Laredo, 1757, January 1903
  15. Inhabitants opposing the settlement of Laredo
  16. History of the Borrego Grant
  17. Laredo Morning Times, “Various projects set to revatilize Laredo’s Dowtown, January 28, 2001
  18. Laredo Morning Times, “City Manager projects continued growth for Laredo”, January 28, 2001
  19. Texas Highways, “Texas in The War” by Gene Fowler, January 2002
  20. Texas Highways, “Stories from the Streets of old Laredo, January 2002
  21. Laredo Morning Times, “Annual Concerts fascinating treats”, April 9, 1995
  22. Laredo 1755-1920 An Overview, by Stan Green
  23. Historic District/Landmark Board Notice of Public Meeting agenda and minutes June 24, 2004
  24. Historic District/Landmark Board Communication
  25. Laredo Morning Times, “A pueblito stuck in another century”, January 29, 1995
  26. Laredo Morning Times, “Shadows lengthen along streets of Laredo, “May 7, 1995
  27. Laredo Speaks Survey (Spanish and English)
  28. Laredo Morning Times, “Laredo prepares to celebrate 250th anniversary” by Tricia Cortez
  29. Laredo Morning Times, “Exhibits that bring our history to life”, April 2 1995
  30. Laredo Morning Times, “Significant event in Laredo’s history”, April 9, 1995
  31. Laredo Morning Times, “Laredo Cathedral tries to keep up with the changing times, January 18, 2005
  32. Laredo Morning Times, “Catholic priests in public eye during Laredo’s early history”, by Odie Arambula
  33. Two-Stepping Across Texas: A look at Literary Journeys, by Mark Busby

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