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Call 976.4141 C549 HARRIS Harris County, Texas, Marriages 1857-1864 by Robert D Craig note: this is listed in the catalog, but I did not find this book when I was at Clayton Library Call 976.4141 D238 HARRI Marriage Records of Harris County, Texas copied by Misses Bess and Katherine Reynolds of Samuel Sorrell Chapter, DAR, Houston, Texas (four volumes make up these records) Vol 2, January 18, 1865 through June 2, 1877, Vols E, F, G (no index) Vol 3, June 2, 1877 to May 12, 1885, Vols H and I (no index) Vol 4, May 13, 1885 to January 3, 1889, Vol J (indexed) Vol 5, December 28, 1888 to June 12, 1891, Vol K (indexed) note: I did not find a Vol 1 in the catalog or on the shelf
Opinions and analysis In response to all of the people who have written me requesting my opinion on the Houston UFO, I am writing the following document in the hopes that it is of use, with elements that will help you reach your own conclusions. First, the matter of the tags. When a video is published on YouTube, tags must be attached to identify the video. For example, when I upload my videos to YouTube I write: Ovni, Mexico, UFO in the tags box. These words summarize, in one way or another, what the material is about or the subject we want to see discussed, and are associative terms that help locate the video. This comes up because the Houston video was posted to YouTube on 11 April 2008 (see: Added: April 11,2008),the very same day it was allegedly recorded, but when looking at the tags, we see words such as: tv video game web series entertainment (See tags, nearly at the end)
Houston Brownfields Assessment Pilot is leading the nation in brownfields reuse, playing a key role in the assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment of more than 986 acres of brownfields and leveraging more than $500 million in redevelopment funding. The Houston Pilot focuses on the inner-city and downtown areas that were neglected as the city experienced an economic boom in the 1970s and 1980s that pulled businesses and residents out of the urban core to the expanding development of outlying greenfields. Abandoned and idle properties downtown were left with the perception of environmental contamination that for years stymied redevelopment. The efforts of the City of Houston’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program have led to these inner-city brownfields being assessed, cleaned up, and redeveloped for such uses as a major league baseball park, a 450-acre golf course, a performing arts center, an aquarium and entertainment complex, and nearly 1,000 new housing units. The city’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program has been aided by funding from EPA with a $200,000 Brownfields Assessment grant and $600,000 in Showcase Community awards
SPRING 2007 HOUSTON SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS OF THE VOICELESS IN THIS ISSUE: 2006: A Year in Review Volunteer of the Year SPCA Pet Telethon
Insurance Reference Guide | Quarter 3 - 2010 Texas -Houston Insurance provider list texas_houston Cooperative Benefit Administrator Medicare Superior HealthPlan (CHIPS Plan) Medview Services * Texas Healthspring EncorEncore (through Golden Triangle Admar Health Network PPO, EPO Physician) Aetna (All Products) Employers Health Insurance Co. Mediversal, Inc.
dallas i fort worth i houston. PROJECT OVERVIEW: » 527,785 SF » Baybrook Portfolio is a 2,000-acre master planned development, strategically located between Houston & Galveston » Located at the intersection of I-45 and Bay Area Blvd