Laredo, History

Laredo, History of I

$68.75

  1. Occasional Papers, “Laredo 1755-1920: an overview” by Stanley Green
  2. Dedication Ceremonies of Monument to Founders of Laredo, October 16, 1938
  3. Laredo’s 222nd Birthday Celebration Program, May 15, 1977
  4. Laredo Founder’s Day Program, May 15, 1976

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  1. Occasional Papers, “Laredo 1755-1920: an overview” by Stanley Green
  2. Dedication Ceremonies of Monument to Founders of Laredo, October 16, 1938
  3. Laredo’s 222nd Birthday Celebration Program, May 15, 1977
  4. Laredo Founder’s Day Program, May 15, 1976
  5. A Brief History of Laredo, Texas by the Laredo Chamber of Commerce
  6. Notes regarding Laredo Census
  7. Texas Highways, “The Streets of Old Laredo”, January 2002
  8. “Laredo: sabor texano (Texan flavor) by Elsa Estrada
  9. “Shooting Shows How Justice Was Dispensed in Laredo During 1800s, by Jerry Thompson
  10. Laredo History
  11. Texas Highways, “Los Dos Laredos”, May 1987 by Rosemary Williams
  12. “Texans Sack Laredo in 1842”, by Jerry Thompson
  13. “Austin Described Laredo as ‘Poor as Sand Banks’, by Jerry Thompson
  14. “Settlers of Laredo Affected by Events in Europe, Mexico”, by Jerry Thompson
  15. “Political Turmoil Over Land Marked Early Laredo Years”, by Jerry Thompson
  16. “Ballots not secret to name 4 Laredo Officials in 1847”, Jerry Thompson
  17. “Flooding and War Plague Laredoans in Summer of 1842” by Jerry Thompson
  18. “Steamboat to Laredo in 1846” by Jerry Thompson
  19. “Comanches and Guerrillas Threated Laredo During U.S.-Mexican War” by Jerry Thompson
  20. “Deaf Smith Foiled in Try to Take Laredo for Texas”, by Jerry Thompson
  21. “Lamar Selected to Command Laredo”, by Jerry Thompson
  22. “Stars and Stripes First Raised Over the City of Laredo in 1846”, by Jery Thompson
  23. “Mexican-Texans Among Rangers Sent After marauders in Laredo”, by Jerry Thompson
  24. Laredo Morning Times, “Streets of Laredo: Saludanos!” Promotion of the Laredo Morning Times. March 4, 1994
  25. Texas Guide to the Lone Star State, “Laredo”. Includes points of interest and population, 1940
  26. “The Papers of Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar”, 1968
  27. Lecture Notes on the History of Laredo
  28. Laredo Morning Times, “1811-1821 Period of Laredo History Missing, Teachers Told”
  29. Facts for Laredo’s History
  30. History of Laredo II Outline
  31. Laredo Today, “Laredo: History of the early years”, by Stanley Green, 29 June 1991
  32. Laredo Today, “Native Indian are now known as Coahuiltecans”, June 29, 1991
  33. Laredo Today, “Laredo came into being through the efforts of Tomas Sanchez de la Barrera, June 29, 1991
  34. Laredo Today, “The Indian threat lommed thoughts Laredo settlement times”, June 29, 1991
  35. Laredo Today, “Laredo’s independence from Spain became reality in 1821”, June 29, 1991
  36. Laredo Today, “Laredo was the capital of the Republic of the Rio Grande in 1838”, June 29, 1991
  37. Laredo Today, “Laredo’s first U.S. election was held on July 3, 1847 with 40 locals voting”, June 29, 1991
  38. Laredo today, “In 1880s, Laredo was becoming an important border transportation center”, June 29, 1991
  39. History of Laredo II with notes
  40. Laredo Morning Times, “History starts at plaza: Colonial army from Spain played part”, July 26, 1991
  41. Laredo Morning Times, “Opportunity for a pause in reflection”, July 28, 1991
  42. Laredo Morning Times, “Streets of Laredo national byword”, July 28, 1991
  43. Ask us About Laredo!, New museum debuts Aug. 1: Children eye treat”
  44. Laredo Morning Times, “Laredo hoopla a tradition”, July 28, 1991
  45. Ask Us About Laredo!, “Laredo provides top fun”
  46. Ask Us About Laredo!, “Tex-Mex, Union Pacific continue expansion”
  47. Ask Us About Laredo!, “Rain Boosts ranching: Cattle herds rebuilding”, July 29, 1991
  48. Celebration of our Heritage, “Rural Webb County & Laredo”, January 12, 1992
  49. The Medallion, “Laredo’s Lasting Legacy”, January/February 2007
  50. Laredo & Nuevo Laredo Official Visitor’s Guide, Year 2005 Edition. Contents include:
    1. Laredo Vital Statistics
    2. Nuevo Laredo Vital Statistics
    3. Independent, Intrepid, Strong – A look at Tomas Sanchez and founders of Lraedo
    4. Explore the wonders of Nuevo Laredo
    5. Laredo at 250th
    6. Centro Cultural Nuevo Laredo
    7. Lets go to Mexico
    8. Treasure-hunting along San Bernardo
    9. Miss Texas USA
    10. Maps for both Laredos
    11. Visit Nuevo Laredo
    12. Walking into history
    13. Exploring the Great Wide Open
    14. Nuestras Fiestas!
    15. Day Trips
    16. Cultural Arts in Laredo

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