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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Anderson County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations,kids, politics, and personal homepages that apply to Andrews County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations,kids, politics, and personal homepages that apply to Angelina County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Aransas County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Only submit Archer County information here please.
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Research information and historical references pertaining to Baylor County only, please.
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Please submit site to this category if they directly relate to society and culture or related organizations within Bexar County.
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Brazos County is home to many cities, most notably Bryan and College Station. This category endeavors to provide links and sites concerning the whole county, as well as parts of the county not available elsewhere in this directory. Some of the major cities in Brazos County include: Bryan, College Station, Edge, Kurten, Millican, Wellborn, Union, Cottonwood, Democrat Crossing, Tabor, Moore, Wixon Valley, Reliance, Steep Hollow, Fairview, Spear, Wicker, and Peach Creek.
Please submit sites to this category that are within the Calhoun County area and pertain to society and culture. Organizational sites that are ethnic or cultural based are permitted.
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Contains listings of websites within Cameron County, particularly those having to do either with Cameron County as a whole or with an area larger than an individual city.
Chambers County was formed in 1858, made up from parts of Jefferson and Liberty counties. The original county seat was Wallisville on the Trinity, but the county seat was moved to Anahuac in 1908. The Spanish established a fort at Anahuac in 1821, which was a point of entry for settlers from the United States under the Spanish and Mexican administrations. Under the Mexican administration, a man by the name of Juan Bradburn was in charge of Anahuac. He jailed William Barrett Travis during a dispute with settlers, prompting settlers to persuade Bradburn's superiors to depose him and free Travis. It was during this dispute that the colonists drafted what came to be called the Turtle Bayou Resolutions, protesting the policies of the Bustamente government in Mexico City and calling for a return to the Mexican Constitution of 1824. This served as the first formal notice to the Mexican government that settlers in Texas were becoming impatient with their status. Thomas Jefferson Chambers, for whom Chambers County was named, was born in Virginia. Having studied law in Mexico, he first came to Texas as Surveyor General for the government of the Mexican State of Coahuila and Texas, and was also designated superior judge for the territory. He held several large Mexican land grants, including the land upon which the present State Capitol at Austin stands. Chambers sided with the colonists in their dispute with the Mexican government, was commissioned a major general in the Texas Army Reserve, and played a major part in the revolution. The home that Chambers built at Anahuac had a window with the panes arranged like the Lone Star of Texas. In 1865, someone fired a shot from outside, killing General Chambers as he was sitting in an upstairs room. The gunman was never found. His home still stands.
Please only submit items dealing with population, taxes, statistics and the like.
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River Road businesses (between New Braunfels and Canyon Lake) should be submitted here.
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Most sites should be submitted to a locality. See the list of localities under the name of this county. Sites which may be listed at the county level include those representing multiple offices or locations in more than one locality within a county. Sites should be submitted to topical sub-categories. Compare existing listings for best results.

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This category is for sites about Coryell County, Texas, in its entirety. It may be subcategorized as needed. Surrounding counties are: Bell, Bosque, Hamilton, Lampasas, and McLennan.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, and personal homepages that apply to Dallam County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Dallas County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Denton County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Dimmit County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Eastland County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Edwards County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Ellis County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about topics that apply to El Paso County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
This category is for sites about topics that apply to El Paso County, Texas in its entirety.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Erath County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Fayette County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Foard County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Franklin County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Frio County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Galveston County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Gillespie County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Glasscock County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Grayson County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Hardin County was formed in 1858 from parts of Liberty and Jefferson counties. It was named for five brothers: Augustine, Benjamin, Franklin, Milton, and William Hardin, who were early settlers in Liberty County. A town named Hardin was settled, which was the first county seat of Hardin County, but the railroads laid their tracks so as to miss Hardin by a couple of miles. The railroad promoters, two brothers by the name of Kountze, established a new town besides the tracks of the railroad, naming it after themselves. With the absence of a railroad, Hardin went into a decline, the courthouse burned in 1887, and the county seat was moved to Kountze, which remains the county seat today. One of the chief resources of Hardin County was timber, and the sawmill town of Silsbee was the commercial center John Henry Kirby built his first sawmill in Silsbee in 1896. The oldest town in Hardin County is Sour Lake. In Sour Lake, it was said that oil oozed out of the ground. Oily water was thought to be good for the health, and people coming to Sour Lake were willing to pay 50 cents a glass for it before they discovered some of the other things that it was good for. Stephen Jackson is said to have founded the town, discovering that people would pay to drink the oily water, and a man known as Dr. Mud earned a good living shipping it to customers outside of Texas. Many rich and famous people, including Sam Houston, came to Sour Lake to bathe and drink the water. The first large oil gusher was in Sour Lake in 1902, and it was there that the company that was later to become known as Texaco got its start. There being no regulation of oil at that time, the population of Sour Lake grew from 40 to 20,000 people in four months, and oil derricks covered the landscape. Tiny Batson, on the western edge of Hardin County, had an oil boom at about the same time as Sour Lake, the population there growing from a few dozen to 10,000 almost overnight. Saratoga, after J.F. Cotton discovered medicinal springs there, was named after the famous New York resort. However, once commercial oil development began there in 1901, people lost interest in the springs.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Harris County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Only submit sites for Haskell County here please.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Hood County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit sites that refer directly to government information and resources.
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Jefferson County was one of the original Texas counties established by the Republic of Texas in 1836, with Beaumont as the county seat. The county was named for U.S. President Thomas Jefferson. The city of Beaumont was founded by Henry Millard in 1835 on land he had purchased from early settler, Noah Trevis. Beaumont may have been named for Millard's friend, Jefferson Beaumont, or it may have been named for a small hill near the townsite which bore that name. One of the oldest buildings still standing in Beaumont is a trading post and homestead built in 1845 by John Jay French, who moved on after Beaumont became too crowded for him. Oil had been discovered elsewhere, but the oil industry in Texas really got its start at Spindletop, outside of Beaumont, in January of 1901. An oil promoter by the name of Padillo Higgins had formed the Gladys City Oil, Gas and Manufacturing Company nine years earlier, and planned to discover oil in the salt dome at Spindletop and to use the money to build a dream city. Mining engineer, Anthony Lucas, took over the operation in 1889. After two or three unsuccessful attempts to complete a well, he called in the Hamils of Corsicana to take over the drilling. The drillers were changing bits on the morning of January 10, 1901 when oil erupted through the bottom of the hole, exploding into the largest gusher anyone had ever seen up to that time. The boom that followed helped create the Gulf Oil Company and several other petroleum companies. There is a monument at the site of the Lucas gusher on Spindletop Avenue, now in southeastern Beaumont. The boomtown that grew from the gusher of 1901 was not the dream city that Padillo Higgins had imagined, although it briefly bore the name of Gladys City. It consisted mostly of flimsy frame buildings lining muddy streets. Although the real Gladys City vanished long ago, the Beaumont Bicentennial Commission built a replica of Gladys City on the campus of Lamar University, near the site of the Lucas gusher. Nederland, in Jefferson County, was founded by people of Dutch descent, hence it's name; but Nederland also had a number of settlers of Cajun background, descendants of French settlers dispossessed by the British when they took over the Maritime Province of Canada. Many of the settlers from the Acadian region of Canada moved to French Louisiana, while others moved to southeastern Texas. The Maison des Acadiens, adjacent to the Windmill Museum in Nederland, is a replica of a typical French Acadian home. Port Arthur was founded in the 1840's, when it was known as Aurora. The water in Sabine Lake was not deep enough for a port, and hurricanes were a constant threat. The settlers depended on fishing and farming for a living, and most had moved elsewhere by 1890. Then Arthur E. Stillwell, looking for a place to transfer cargo to and from the trains on his Kansas City Southern Railroad and ocean-going ships, decided that the area in and around Aurora was just right. Stillwell bought the land, laid out a townsite, and dredged a ship channel. Unfortunately, he lost control of the railroad to John W. Gates, a famous speculator and financier known for taking chances. Gates build a large home in the new city of Port Arthur. Although only the foundation of his home exists today, the home that his wealthy associate, Isaac Ellwood, built next door is a showcase of Port Arthur. Ellwood had made a fortune in barbed wire. After having so much trouble with John Gates violating his barbed wire patents, he decided to make him a partner in self defense. Ellwood, who lived in Chicago, had thought that the villa at Port Arthur would make a summer home but, upon bringing his wife down from Chicago to see it shortly before it was completed, the mosquitoes were so bad that she decided the place was uninhabitable; Ellwood never got to spend a night in his Port Arthur home. Sabine Pass was developed in 1836 by Sam Houston and Philip Sublett. Originally called Sabine City, the name was changed to Sabine Pass after rival developers built a town nearer to the mouth of Sabine Lake, which they called Sabine. Both towns were intended to become major ports, and Sabine was on its way to becoming a resort when a series of hurricanes in 1886, 1900, and 1915 almost halted development in both communities. In 1863, during the Civil War, Union General William Franklin had sailed from New Orleans with 20 gunboats and 5,000 troops, intending to land at Sabine and capture Texas. The mouth of the Sabine was defended by Confederate Lieutenant Dick Dowling, with 41 other Irishmen from Houston. Dowling had been a bartender before the war, and most of his men had been dock workers. They had 6 cannons in an earthen encampment which they called Fort Sabine. The first two Union gunboats that tried to get past the little fort were disabled by cannonfire, prompting General Franklin to abandon them and return to New Orleans. There were no losses on the Confederate side. Dowling captured 2 Union gunboats and 315 prisoners.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Johnson County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Karnes County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Kaufman County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to King County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Kleberg County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Lampasas County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Lavaca County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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The government of the Republic of Texas began organizing Texas into counties shortly after 1836. Liberty County was one of its original counties. William Barrett Travis and Sam Houston both practiced law in the city of Liberty, which has been the county seat from the beginning. Houston had two homes in Liberty County, a log cabin on a tract of land at Cedar Point, where the Cedar Bayou empties into Trinity Bay; and a home 23 miles north of the city of Liberty on the east side of what is now State Highway 146. There was a river settlement called Great Cane there then, but no trace of the settlement is left today. Mrs. Houston and her mother were founding members of the Concord Baptist Church, where services are still conducted, although the building is not the original one. A monument on State Highway 146, approximately halfway between Liberty and Councord honors the Coushatta Indian Chief Kalita, who is credited with supplying food and aid to many of the settlers fleeing toward the Louisiana border during the "runaway scrape", when Santa Anna's army threatened to wipe out the revolutionary forces. The Wells General Store, built in 1875, still stands in Tarkington Prairie, a community founded by Barton Tarkington in 1827, and which was the first settlement in Liberty County.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Llano County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Lubbock County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
General information on Lubbock County plus info on cities that do not have enough sites for separate locality subcategories. Websites covering all aspects of the cities of Lubbock, Abernathy and Slaton are primarily found in Regional: US: Texas: Localities: L: Lubbock; Regional: US: Texas: Localities: A: Abernathy; and Regional: US: Texas: Localities: S: Slaton
Providing the Community of Montgomery a wealth of information and services.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Orange County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
Orange County was initially a part of Jefferson County. This portion of the county was established as a separate county in 1852. George Patillo chose the name because he thought that his orange groves were going to turn out better than they did. Originally called Madison, the county seat was renamed Orange in 1858.
Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Shelby County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Smith County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Titus County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Tom Green County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Travis County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Trinity County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Tyler County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit sites related to society and or organizations within the Victoria County boundaries.
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Please submit sites related to society and or organizations within the Webb County boundaries.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Williamson County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Winkler County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Zapata County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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Please submit for sites about religion, genealogy, organizations, kids, history, politics, disability resources, activism, human rights, women, men, personal homepages; and gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues that apply to Zavala County, Texas in its entirety. Sites about subjects that are located in or specific to a town or city should be submitted in the Regional/North_America/United_States/Texas/Localities/ category for that city.
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