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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Commentary: Spreading Fear OF Chinatown by Allan Gor How sad that the local news reporters, in the papers but especially on television, in the wake of the China- town slayings, chose to portray the heinous crimes as the sordid consequence of illegal gambling and secret tongs. Perhaps if someone in one of the local news departments would do some homework, it would be found that relative to the rest of Houston's population, the homicide rate among the Chinese population is quite low. There is little doubt that profiles of a "Chinese wave of terror," as ancient as that notion is in the 1980s, still have an appeal for many in Houston. Sticking out as the nadir in local media coverage of the killings has been the "Fear in Chinatown" series presented by Channel 11 reporter Judd Mcllvaine during the 10 PM newscasts in the first week of February. Like too much of today's disposable TV journalism, it generated much heat, little light. Wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

Page 10 & r£] Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 40 Years Ago: A Sad Chapter by Allan Gor [The writer includes some of his own opinion in this report.] February 19, 1982 will mark the 40th anniversary of what many consider to be the most outrageous violation of constitutional rights in the history of the United States On that date in 1942, President Franklin D. Roose- velt signed into law Execu- tive Order 9066, which au- thorized the eventual remov- al of over 110,000 Japanese American men, women, and children from their homes and property on the West Coast to "camps" in isola- ted parts of the United States. Last year Congress authorized the Commission on War Relocation and In- ternment to investigate and hear testimony on the controversial nature and outcome of the Executive Order 9066, in hearings in Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, the Aleutian Islands, Chicago, New York and Boston. At this time, with hearings concluded, no final report has emerg...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 ^1 r£j A t Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 PSYCHOLOGY ByWEINING C. CHANG. Ph.D. Psychologist On Discrimination People, especially minorities and women, have often talked about discrimination in their daily lives. Many people dismiss such talk as excuses-excuses one uses to cover up one's inadequacy and lack of preparation for the opportunities one desires. The truth is often diffi- cult to discern. One principle to determine whether one is discriminated against is to find out whether the denial of opportunities or benefit is based on factors which are "relevant" to the job or task. If one applies for certain opportunities but does not possess the "necessary" and "relevant" competence for the position and therefore is denied such opportunity, then one has not suffered discrimination, regardless of the gender, race, creed, etc. of the person. This principle sounds simple, but, alas, is very difficult to apply in real life, where facts and issues are often intert...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

Page 12 ^7 t£j ^ Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 Banquet, from p. 1 The eloquence of the occasion of her being honored was matched by the eloquence of her words in accepting the richly deserved honor: "Words are inadequate to express my deep gratitude and appreciation to the Board members of the Southwest Chinese Journal for this most generous and kind gesture in grant- ing me the Award, an honor that I shall always cherish and a memory that will never be forgotten. I shall strive to continue to carry off my responsibility as a teacher to the best of my ability, and I am truly thankful to all my friends here tonight to help me celebrate this happy occasion, and for your encouragement expressed in such a lovely way. I would like to conclude with a little ex- cerpt which I wrote to a friend on Nov. 16, '66. "The responsibilities that are placed on me keep me very humble. These students are sacred trusts from God—for me to teach, to love, to influence their lives and to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

February 16-28, 1982 西南時報 ISouthwpst Chinese Journal 十- - I Page 13 ★美華國際f業公司 Kina Real Estate International.Inc. 1203 Chartres • Houston, TX. 77003 Tel:(713)229-0012 (?u) 333-2,541 Peggy "King 位於中國城 金楊碧成 阁、鼻、英語 BROKER-PRESIDENT 挤逝四 ^ ^ 枘据時機投資置產n 一九八二年初是K黉置*之大好時光,根據一-般房地*專*A建華商 之铕導,結编是今年年初仍然是"買者市場"ft築商及■為都想《辦 引K#因此您可以肘慣以最低之憤銭買到最坤想之房地產⑷ 時您有禳會SJ以榆到眺樓货,«|宜货如FORECLOSURE DEAL等判 今年年底利息可能俞下降,但fe房地產憤格會上!*也於休市人口曰增 (平均毎天有九十八人來休市)造成房子供不》求之块*邾就會*成 “賣主市镌“恷«#隨着爾主之憤格及條件去寅,不可能时價《«了 朋友fl屑如您們要投資《*或安鍵霣新房子或•辩子現在楚鷇W 時 了,满與本公闭明蘩成奄拘229-00 12勿失良》! ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦" ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• •♦♦♦♦♦•♦ ♦♦♦♦< 本公司新設罐腦設備(computer service ),便利爲僑胞 迅速找_休士啪各地區之房宇、地產及商_、投資分桁等,歡迎随時到本 公司接洽。 .♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦« Z UH大畢附近SUPERMARKET出售要愼八截•苜期六萬五千。 3[仝新CROCERY STORE連加油站在FM丨9 6 0地段總憤六萬•宵朗四奥。 J® NEW LISTING 24單位公*内由瘟裝WK五十五典ft•期仕萬,全部租出” ?3單位公萬在6丨OLOOP旁改成HOTEL « 十W萬汽期十i萬,全部枏出。 1■内南㈣硪公砧字榷出钽,一千到三千平方呎,忪中方呎污片村丨金651 2.GREENWAY PLAtV、附近CONDO出拷二房一勒j,要瓚叫萬ii ‘萏胡一萬 WESTHEIMER 地區 PROPERTIES 出售 1. 2 畝地在 WESTHEIMER AND CHIMNEY ROCK...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

a g 】 服務週到 * 第一市 FIRST ORIENTAL MARKET 904 St. Uumu•丄 Chinatown Mouston Tmxmu 美卡各國餐 廚罐新各四 心式種産館 房頭鲜式時 西音唱成瓷’用雑肉海瓜 餅帶片藥器 具货食鮮菜 明爐燒臘 TEL: 227-6647 LCiTi—腦中心I 黃£ m^、―經、理 Richard Y. Huang OPERATIONS MANAGER 代理各種鼋腦機器及程 BOiSSON C SOiA 麥精 UHT. 34C C..250 丨,.二。:‘ 泰 TAI HONGKONG t NEWY0RK 錐他奶、麥精維他奶 是謦瘙.紅妗峙少各 Lfli*n- 抑贄》J. Mm鵠為 ThlAn nhldn VITASOY hi£n lA mc5n ciXi kka't oa'n chay nhAt mAnc Mdi vf thIm. c6 ciX dAc biIt nIu mua si vdi sb lU<>nc l6n. 06NQ k C^NQ TY 珍 EAST ASIA CORP. 2301 Calhoun at. Houston, fx 77003 牙醫學博士 伍國活 Family Dentistry 醫治大人與小孩的牙病 Kuo W. ENG D.D.S, 4918 HWY 6 NORTH Houston Texas Tel: (713; 463-2808 Page 1^ 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal February 16-28, 1982 廚師與「詩廚」 于样 •f H舆常常离歡吟弄詩句, ‘、乂 中國古代有.位趵師 因此人家都呌他做「詩阶」。 :天,詩阶被聘講到某詩人家衷去做菜,銬人 考考他,只交給他兩個16蛋,要他辦起•桌酒菜,l/illl 忪道菜都要'V-E有詩达的。:id眞M•阽難題0 •个過,詩廚即迠特吩,他歡歡涔涔地接,'nx.r^人的 芩驗。果然,小久,詩份便把酒榮辦好,先端出第1逍 菜,足兩個尨熟的蛋黃,承蕲兩M油菜。碟广卜Ifn^A r .句詩,叫做「兩個芮鷗鳴翠柳」。叱上客見广,,u 經忍不住哈哈人笑。 接着,第‘ •道菜My把熟蛋白W成r .小塊-小塊, 排成一字形作鳥飛狀,^-面却鋪r .片比較人的靑菜藥 ,也詩道:「一行dtt靑...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 February 1982

李氏印務有眼公司 LEEs,printing co.,inc. 3904 LEELAND AVE. HOUSTON, TX 77003 TEL. (713) 227 5566 227-1201 •承印 • 中英越文喜慶請帖 餐單外責餐纸火杂 名片信紙信封單據 中英文4】丨譯及打字 Ccqtuty ^fhvel ScrVl Automation辦事迅速週到 二 TRAVIX SPECIALISTS FOK GROtPS & INDIVIDLAI> 609 FANNIN, LOBBY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 代衣个球各人航今公丨' J <r.钊開票 代理各大航空公司檝票 經售_内外檷票 <713) 23: Himiykn Since 1963 thwest Chinese Journal d Trade Building Suite 802 520 Texas Ave. iton, Texas 77002 [:(713) 227-5426 BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PAID HOUSTON, TEXAS PERMIT 3378 \ct 8080 (四雄) ^孫辜现 February 16-28, 1982 曉城華僑之聲 西南時報春節宴舍 本報爲了與各位僑胞歡渡春節, 特於! 一月七日稱行了史無前例的 晚_,當然更'ft要的冃的是向太 報m辦選出的「一九八一年度華 裔傑出人物」致敬•常晚到_中 外商賓二丙餘人,市長亦派代表 f 州議<r議員李凌更親€;來 向®上來宵a:年,客氣非常。 宴會主持人禺木報消囀謝高倫 §維寧溥士 • 首先由凊嚷長康若懷胬生致歡 迎詞,略述本報的歷史與對僑社 所負的貴仟及未來的願項• 繼續由來賓溝述被推選的人物 好博士的生平书跡,對年青 平片的循循涛誘,在平術界造就 不少人才〃 在進餐時,菜式的味道好是去 i阑酒家的人都知道的,而最 週到的當然是各请事先生夫人的 奉茶遞水,比其他「ife掩」還熱 f. 娱嚎方面,少不了陸國儀女士 的女高音濁唱,聽罷涔有「繞樑 三日」之感.黄小姐的辋琴濁奏 f晚_中的高潮#她熱練的指 i舞芘琴鍵上,使好此道者有 i的境界•中两合fll的孔雀舞 §來賓大閘眼界,有新鲜之感 • r幸運」是每一位來賓岍希窄 的,所以抽獎亦是最熱閙節目之 1丨最幸...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

New Phone Number for Southwest Chinese Journal 491-6699 Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY wA Vol. 7, No. 6 P.O. Box 18603 to * •"* ■ Houston, Texas 77023 March 16-31, 1982 Chinese Women's Conference a Success by Allan Gor Underemployment—self discovery—sexual discrimination— these topics and more were confronted at a March 6 women's career conference at Houston Chinese Church co-sponsored by the Organization of Chinese American Women and the Organization of Chinese Americans-Houston Chapter. Over 100 Asian American women, mostly Chinese professionals, gathered on a rain-soaked Saturday to participate in five workshops, with emphases on self-image, career strat- egies, family considerations and legal rights. The list of speakers and moderators was impressive, leading off with Pauline Tsui, National President of OCAW, and Prof. Betty Lee Sung, nationally known for her work in Asian American studies and her books on Chinese Amer icans. Other speakers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

■ Page 2 ^7 ^|1 Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 v= Calendar Activities and/or announcements for the Calendar section should be sent to the SWCJ, P. 0. Box 18603, Houston, Tx 77223, or call 227-5426 by the 11th or 27th of each month. =M= Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet, is presenting "Hokusai Manga"- 15 sketches from Katsushika Hokusai's fifteen-volume sketchbook. Hokusai (1760-1849) is the most famous printmaker of Edo period Japan. The sketches are on display in Asian American Caucus will Science Engineering Fair hold a meeting March 26, Fri. will be held in the Astro- 6 PM at 3535 Westheimer at Edloe, //220. Persons inter- ested in becoming involved in an organization that will address issues concerning Asian Americans are urged to attend. hall, 1-610 at Kirby Dr., March 18-20. 621-7000. Chinese Health Services will sponsor a field trip to the Houston Arboretum & the Library Gallery, March 9- Botanical Garden near Memo- May 30. Burke Baker Planetarium in Herman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

March 16-31, 1982 & r£j ^ ^(l Southwest Chinese Journal page 3 Register to Vote All American citizens have the right and civic duty to vote in the 1982 elections. In order to exercise this right, a citizen must be at least 18 years of age on the day of election and regis- tered to vote at least 30 days beforehand. A voter registration drive is now being conducted in the Asian American commu- nity, with the goal of get- ting the maximum Asian Amer- ican vote out for the May 1 state primary and the Novem- ber 1 general election. Knowledgeable politicians have long known, in examin- ing the voter records, that Asians, particularly Chinese, represent a low percentage of the total population, and have registered and voted in undistinguished numbers. For better or worse, the power of minority group voting strength can be influential in close elections, and Asian Americans in Houston have only recently recog- nized the need to demonstrate some political influence. It remains to be seen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

page 4 111 Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 COMMUNITY NEWS by Jun« Dove Leong Electrical engineer LORING CHIEN and wife MAE are the proud parents of their first baby-ALYSSA MAE CHIEN-who arrived February 21st at 7 lbs. ^ oz. Mae believes that motherhood is a full time job and plans to retire from teaching until Alyssa Mae is a bit older. ********** Texas State Optical optom- etrist VANESSA T. LOO, daughter of MR. & MRS. KING LEE LOO of Houston, is en- gaged to DENNIS CHANG, son of MR. & MRS. LEWIS V. CHANG of Los Angeles. Dennis is presently an instructor in Bible at Chinese Baptist Church, has served as an assistant coach at the Hawaii Baptist Academy, and was formerly minister of youth at Chinese Baptist Church in Houston. A July wedding is scheduled. ********* BELINDA LEE, daughter of MR. & MRS. TOMMY LEE, a student at the University of Texas in Austin, is engaged to MICHAEL W. JANN, son of MR. & MRS. KENNETH JANN of Los Angeles. Michael is Chief of Pha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

March 16-31, 1982 & 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 Mel Chin: Houston Festival Artist f. i by Joyce Lee Over a hundred pounds of beeswax has been applied to the painting which Houston artist, Mel Chin, has been working on for the 1982 Houston Festival. Commis- sioned by the Visual Arts Committee of The Houston Festival, Mel's ll-by-13 foot landscape painting will be displayed at the First International Bank building from March 18 through 28. The idea for the untitled landscape goes back about five years ago when Mel en- countered a scene along Memorial Drive and Allen Parkway of two palm trees and a tower which rises be- tween them. He fuses this scene with a glimmering half moon set amidst the palms and and a bottomless black pool encircled by fissured, parched earth and flora indigenous to the Houston area. This fusion creates a romantic, dream-like reality in his richly tex- tured painting. To achieve the intricately realistic appearance of texture, especially on the fol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

Page 6 ^7 r£) ^ Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 Who's Who in Houston: Southwest Chinese Journal Salutes Dr. Beng T. Ho By WEINING C. CHANG Dr. Beng T. Ho was born in the tropical island of Malacca, across the channel from Singapore. At the time of the second World War, he repatriated to China and studied in Chungking. Afterward, he went to Taiwan, where he attended National Taiwan University and majored ' in chemistry. Upon graduation from National Taiwan Univer- sity, he came to the U.S. and studied at the University of Oregon to obtain his masters degree. At that time he de- veloped an intense interest in applied chemistry; he then went to the University of Washington and studied medicinal chemistry and pharmacology. This marked the beginning of a long and illustrious career in neurochemistry and phar- macology . After two years with the New York State University at Buffalo, New York, Dr. Ho came to Houston in 1965, and eventually became the director of the Neurochemis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

March 16-31, 1982 ^7 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 JUNE DOVE LEONG'S Message if it is, stay in If the If More than 500 hotel fires in major cities throughout the United States in the space of one year, is a real concern. The Westchase Hilton fire in Houston is a grim reminder 4%%* that millions in America in approximately two and a half '*/**• months will become regist- ered vacationing hotel guests unaware of fire safety rules. * ' Beginning to appear as a J . public service through the ft? media are life-saving measures. The steps to surviving a hotel fire start at check-in time. Check windows to see if they open and lead to an escape. Walk out into the hall and locate fire exits and fire alarms. Doing both takes less than a minute. Travelers should take these steps in case of fire: Grab the room key and go to the door. If there's already smoke in the room, crawl to the door. Feel the door to see if that's hot. the room where there's a better chance to survive. door isn't hot, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

Page 8 r£j fa Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 Grace Hou Loves Houston, People If someone relatively new to this country were to journey to 20 states in sev- en years, making her home in three of them, one might say she has "covered a lot of real estate." Grace Hou has done just that, and nowadays she really does literally "cover a lot of real estate", for Grace Hou is now a real estate agent for ReMax, Inc. Grace has lived in Houston for three years, and taught special education classes at Barbara Jordan High School in the Houston Independent School District. She first came to the Uni- ted States from Taiwan, to study at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, where she received her Masters de- gree, and then taught in Cincinnati, Ohio for two years. She came to Houston through her involvement in educational research with a University of Houston profes- sor, and has decided to set- tle here, citing the tem- perate climate and just the fact that she loves Houston. She ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

March 16-31, 1982 ^ 4(1 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 Japan Trade Official in Houston NaohiroAmaya, the chief spokesman to the U.S. from Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry, discussed Japan-America trade relations on March 4 during a World Trade Forum meeting at the World Trade Center. In a speech released to the press, Amaya referred immedi- ately to the U.S.'s current $15.8 billion trade deficit with Japan. He outlined those factors, brought out in exchanges between the two countries, which have led to this situation including (1) the closed nature of the Japanese market, (2) Japan's protectionist policy for high-tech industries, (3) the undervalued yen, (4) the sluggish restructuring of U.S. industry, and (5) the dis- parities in wages and productivity between the two nations and other factors. While conceding that Japan is a closed market in certain respects (which he justified in such cases as the leather industry and agricultural produce), he alluded to abo...

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Page 10 ^7 t£} Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 Taxation by Resident & Non-Resident Aliens by George Yeiter, C.P.A. Taxation of resident aliens is often simple. The resi- dent alien is generally taxable in the same way as a U.S. citizen. Thus, a resident alien is taxable on income de- rived from all sources worldw ide. Complexities arise when the resident alien was a part-year resident alien or when the spouse of the resident alien is a non-resident alien. Taxpayers with such problems would be advised to see a tax practitioner. A non-resident alien is treated differently from resi- dent-aliens in that they are not required to pay U.S. taxes on their worldwide income but rather taxes on their U.S. earned income only. Therefore, in cases where a person earns substantial income from sources outside the U.S., it is often more desirable to be taxed as a non-resident alien for U.S. tax purposes. Non-resident Alien A non-resident alien engaged in a U.S. business is taxed at ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

March 16-31, 1982 ^ il] Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 Reflections: Age and Ability by William Oer Bing A very interesting article appeared via the wire services and was picked up by a local newspaper. The article stat- ed that the U.S. Census Bureau, in its 1980 survey of America's population, found that 11% were in the 65-or- over age bracket. Over 126,000 in this age group reside in the greater Houston area. The fastest growing population group is made up of those 70 years old and up. Now, that is meaningful. First, America is geared for youth. In sports, recreation, social activities and the job market, it is all the more apparent. Management consultants and management firms have touted the need for government and industry to "lower the median age." There is nationaliza- tion that goes along with that comment..."to maintain con- tinuity." The perpetrators of this dogma have spent almost an entire lifetime within protected ivy walls and have rarely ventured outside to the real...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 16 March 1982

Page 12 t^7 Southwest Chinese Journal March 16-31, 1982 Dr. & Mrs. Allen Gaw by June Dove Leong "The Practice of Pediatric Dentistry" is the subject Saturday evening at 7 P.M., March 27th at Ta Hua Restaurant. 2405 South Post Oak, when Pedondontist Allen Gaw speaks concerning his dental specialty. Pediatric dentistry is a relatively new field; so much so, says Allen, that the word Pedodontics meaning "dentis- Rev. Wang cont. from p. 8 at a convenient time. Sunday school starts at 1:30 P.M. each Sunday. Worship services follow, which are bilingual (Taiwanese and English) at 2:30 to 3:30 P.M. At 3:30 P.M. fellowship hour begins, when the congregation also enjoys a refreshment period. Family circle worship, prayer meeting and Bible study occur at different members' homes every Friday evening. Choir practice is every Saturday at 7 P.M. at the church. Rev. Wang's wife is Shu Chen whose maiden name is Tsai. They met during the summer of 1968, during the fourth year of his Seminary tra...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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