1 edition of Future great city of West Texas, Abilene, 1881-1981 found in the catalog.
Future great city of West Texas, Abilene, 1881-1981
|Statement||Fane Downs, editor ; introduction by Rupert N. Richardson ; contributors, B.W. Aston ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Aston, B. W., Downs, Fane.|
|LC Classifications||F394.A15 F87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||81216428|
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Academics and Nobel Prize Laureates. Milton S. Eisenhower (–), university president; Abilene; Wendell Johnson (–), psychologist and speech pathologist, author of The Monster Study; Roxbury; Jack S. Kilby (–), Nobel Prize winner in Physics; Great Bend; Solon Toothaker Kimball (–), anthropologist; Manhattan; Stanford Lehmberg (born ), Alvin Carl Greene was born in , in Abilene, Texas. He was a newspaper columnist and editor for the Abilene Reporter-News, the Dallas Times Herald, and the Dallas Morning News, author, teacher, bookstore owner, musician, poet, and radio and television talk show host. Greene is best known for his numerous books and articles, both fiction and nonfiction, about or set in ://
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The Future Great City of West Texas: Abilene, – (Abilene: Richardson, ). Katharyn Duff, Abilene On Catclaw Creek: A Profile of a West Texas Town (Abilene, Texas: Reporter Publishing, ). Katharyn Duff and Betty Kay Seibt, Catclaw Country: An Informal History of Abilene in West Texas (Burnet, Texas: Future great city of West Texas Press, Inthe Texas & Pacific Railroad described Abilene as the "Future Great City of the West." While the train line was laying rails west out of Fort Worth, a group of ranchers, wanting the new town to become a prominent cattle-shipping point, selected the name Abilene after Abilene, Kansas, which was a main cattle-shipping town in the › Books › Arts & Photography › Photography & Video.
The ruins of Fort Phantom Hill north of Abilene and Buffalo Gap Historic Village just south of the city add to the cultural attractions. Aston Hardin-Simmons University. Downs, Fane, ed. The Future Great City of West Texas, Abilene, Abilene TX: Richardson, The Future Great City of West Texas: Abilene, – (Abilene: Richardson, ).
Juanita Daniel Zachry, A History of Rural Taylor County (Burnet, Texas: Nortex, ). Who pp w/photos. Softcover [TAYLOR COUNTY] A PEOPLE, A PLACE: The Story of Abilene, Volume I, The Future Great City, by Robert W. Sledge. 1st edition, Buffalo Gap. A history of the West Texas town that originated as a stop on the Texas and Pacific The Future Great City of West Texas, Abilene, Katharyn Duff.
Abilene on Catclaw Creek: A Profile of a West Texas Town. Return to the Table of Contents. Collection Inventory. Financial Material- Ledgers, The intertwining of these two themes dictated much of the story of the town called Abilene, Texas.
The Texas Pacific Railroad gave birth to Abilene in Among several dozen sister Future great city of West Texas established along the T&P, the company designated the one at Milepost to be "the future great city of West Texas." › Books › History › Americas.
One of these same business men suggested they name it after Abilene, Kansas. And so it was. Abilene was then promoted as the "Future Great City of West Texas." Lots were sold in and on January 2, it became the county The City of Abilene Ordinance Books contain the city’s ordinances over the entire history of Abilene, Texas and represent a unique wealth of local history and key city events.
The Abilene City Council Minutes Books contain the minutes of council meetings dating back to Added: August The city of Abilene was started in Clabe Merchant named it after a city in Kansas.
A lot of people came to live in the city. It soon became very important. Some people called it the 'Future Great City of West Texas.' A US Army base was built there in The base closed in History Sports References Other websites,_Texas.
Abilene (/ ˈ æ b ə l iː n / AB-ə-leen) is a city in Taylor and Jones counties in west central population wasaccording to the census making it the twenty-seventh most populous city in the state of is the principal city of the Abilene Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a estimated population ofIt is the county seat of Taylor ://,_Texas.
The storytelling of place (i.e. Abilene) in relation to time (i.e. Industrial Revolution) imprints the Idylls of Love, Family, Agriculture-Labor, and Craft-labor as 19th century capitalism made its transition (Bakhtin, ).
Advertised as "Future Great City of West Texas", Abilene has a special history as several churches began, and the city The city of Abilene, described as “the future Great City of West Texas,” has a long history rooted in the Texan Wild West from Situated just miles from Dallas, it sits front and center of the state, making it an epicenter for Texas’ distribution, commerce, industry, transportation, and :// Built along the Kansas River, the Kansas and Pacific railhead of Ellsworth, Kansas, 60 miles west of Abilene, usurped Wild Bill Hickock’s cattle town in and reigned gloriously as one of the queens of Kansas cattle towns untilwhen Dodge City, its railhead even closer to Texas, took over the crown as the most infamous of all :// In Colorado City was named county seat, and the arrival of the Texas and Pacific Railway made the town a cattle-shipping destination.
Cowboys Abilene is located a little more than miles West of Fort Worth, Texas. According to the United States Census Bureau, Abilene is a total of square miles in size. Roughly miles of that is water. Abilene is the principal city of the Abilene Metro Statistical Area.
Abilene was established in and incorporated in Central Texas and Northwestern Railway: Weatherford, Mineral Wells and Northwestern Railway: WM&N, WMWN MP: Missouri Pacific Railroad: West Texas and Lubbock Railroad: WTLR Still exists as a lessor of the West Texas and Lubbock Railway: Western Narrow Gauge Railway: Texas Western Narrow Gauge Railway: Wichita Falls in search of a homestead in the great free west; the keen stock buyers; the wealthy Texas drovers.” 1 Boosters were talking about Ellsworth as a future state capital and the next great western metropolis.
Despite these successes, a Kansas farmer penned an angry letter attacking the cattle trade and the merchants associated with :// Telegraph and Texas Register [10/10/ - 3/14/] (see also Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston)) Seguin (Guadalupe County) Texan Mercury 9/24/ - 6/16/ The book explores 49 lynchings and legal hangings in East Texas between and mark the 79th anniversary of the bloody melodrama which was about to take place in the town of Cisco in West Central Texas, on the day before Christmas Eve I know about it because of an article written at the time by the great Texas columnist.
This walking tour is a fun, poetic and informative adventure of Downtown Abilene that includes history, current creativity, local business knowledge. (Including some complimentary food and drink samples). A great way to spend a slow morning with family and friends or solo.
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Send your question, with your city/state of residence, to [email protected] or Ask the Marshall, P.O. BoxCave Creek, AZ Abilene (/ ˈ æ b ɪ l iː n / AB-i-leen) is a city in Taylor and Jones counties in Texas, United population wasat the census,  making it the 27th-most populous city in the state of is the principal city of the Abilene Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a estimated population of It is the county seat of Taylor County.