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City of Houston 23h
Please pause to honor the significance of . On this day in 1865, Union soldiers led by Gen. Granger arrived in with news the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed 2 years earlier. Slaves in Texas were free! Let freedom ring forever 🇺🇸
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Michelle Choi 7m
Remember Little Jacob? That's the name gave the unidentified toddler, after his body washed up on a beach in Oct. of 2017. EIGHT months later, police announce they've got a MAJOR BREAK in the case! The presser coming up @ 9am today. Details on
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Aaron Jun 18
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Nat'l Urban League 18h
Today is , the day in 1865 when in , finally learned of their , two + a half years after signed the . ✊🏾 Our quest for unconditional freedom continues ✊🏾.
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Rebecca H Jun 18
The red flags came out yesterday afternoon as the wind picked up and the rain came closer.
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TEXAS 22h
On this day in 1865, 2 full years after the signing of the , Union soldiers arrived in with the good news that Slaves in Texas were now free.
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Brit in Texas 24h
Even on rainy days the sun isn’t far away 🙂
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Brit in Texas Jun 14
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Erica Jun 10
Beaches and Airplanes are the best way to spend a Saturday 🏝✈️
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Senator Ted Cruz 18h
On this day in 1865, General Gordon Granger rode into , Texas & delivered a proclamation that continues to ring loud & clear throughout the course of our nation's history to the present: the abolishment of slavery and emancipation for all.
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Brit in Texas Jun 15
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Chantal Jun 18
Enough about Monday. Can we just go back to the weekend?
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Lesli S Brown Jun 13
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Dash Beardsley's Ghost Tours of Galveston Island 14h
Here's Dash talking with Fox 26 about the ghost tours in Galveston.
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Courtney Fischer 3h
EIGHT MONTHS AGO: “Little Jacob” was found in . His body, on the beach at 7th & Seawall. Today, have a big announcement about the case. How did Little Jacob die? Press conference at 9 a.m. ➡️
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NYPL Map Division 22h
1865 in , Texas Union Army General Gordon Granger read aloud the contents of "General Order No. 3" announcing the total emancipation of those held as slaves Colton's 1871 New map of
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Rebecca H Jun 15
Big summer clouds out there today!!
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Amy Chandler Jun 12
. really enjoyed your + PD! Awesome resources!
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Les 🌊 🏳️‍🌈 19h
Replying to @ReignOfApril @szwest1
I’m from the area so of course I know. I guess I have taken for granted that the entire US knows. If they don’t, it is our responsibility to inform them!
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SealyCenter on Aging Jun 18
Register today for An Expert’s Introduction to Medicare—FREE Seminar in supported by OLLI at UTMB: Monday, July 9, 10am-noon - Open to the Public - you must register in advance by phoning OLLI at UTMB 409.763.5604. Space is limited.
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