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A third of all working women in the USA are secretaries Gil Kane and Archie Goodwin publish "Blackmark", the first graphic novel Michael Tracy, or "Tracy ", creates the "wild style" of graffiti art painting trains in the New York subway Michael Hart launches the "Project Gutenberg" to make digital versions of books available for free on the Internet One third of all working women in the USA are secretaries Bob Hunter and others founds the environmental activist group Greenpeace in Canada Richard Nixon secretely helps Pakistan against India and Bangladesh Cetus, the first biotech company, is founded Ted Hoff and Federico Faggin at Intel invent the micro-processor a programmable set of integrated circuits The USA pulls out of the Bretton Woods agreement of fixed exchange rates and forces foreign currencies to float, and de facto abandons the gold standard Magnavox introduces the first videogame console Nolan Bushnell invents the first videogame Pong Nov Richard Nixon orders carpet bombing of civilian areas in North Vietnam during the Christmas holidays Ray Tomlinson invents e-mail for sending messages between computer users, and invents a system to identify the user name and the computer name separated by a " " Henry Kissinger becomes the first Jewish secretary of state The USA, defeated, leaves Vietnam after killing close to 2 million civilians and 1 million soldiers, and losing 58, men Vinton Cerf first uses the term "Internet" because it is now connecting networks The USA abolishes the military draft in favor of an all-volunteer army Martin Cooper at Motorola invents the first portable, wireless cellular telephone Jack Bogle of Vanguard launches the first stock index fund for retail investors Ed Roberts invents the first personal computer, the Altair Scientists send a message from the Arecibo Observatory to the globular star cluster M13, which is 25, light years from Earth Jim Bakker begins the "Praise The Lord" ministry The Universal Product Code, the standard for barcode, is used commercially for the first time MacDonald's opens the first drive-through restaurant in Arizona The government terminates Project Shamrock, a top-secret program to spy on communications Jul Hugh Carey becomes governor of New York and enacts a program of spending and job cuts to rescue the state from financial disaster The USA accounts for Syukuro Manabe publishes computer models relating carbon dioxide emissions to rising temperatures Nevada is the only state in which slot machines are legal Marantz introduces the first boombox, the Superscope Richard Corben publishes the graphic novel "Bloodstar" Freeway serial killer Patrick Kearney is captured Visa launches its first credit card There are more university students from Iran than any other nationality in the USA George Coates founds his multimedia theater group, Performance Works Atari introduces a videogame console Dennis Hayes invents the modem a device that converts between analog and digital signals Baseball players Glenn Burke and Dusty Baker exchange a "high five" on the field Bell Labs deploys the first cellular phone network in Chicago First test-tube in vitro baby Louis Farrakhan seizes power of the "Nation of Islam", reasserting the principles of African-American nationalism Lydia Villa-Komaroff clones a human gene, insulin Kevin MacKenzie invents symbols such as: Ted Turner launches CNN, the first cable television service devoted to world news Freeway serial killer William Bonin is captured Chicago economist Milton Friedman publishes "Free to Choose" advocating a reduction in the role of government The USA grants mainland China most-favored-nation status, i.

Ronald Reagan is elected president Inflation peaks at The largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world are: Reagan and Islamist dictator Zia of Pakistan sign a treaty of alliance that includes military aid to Pakistan The MacArthur Fellows Program awards its first "genius grants" Wayne Williams is accused of killing twenty-seven young black boys in Atlanta that are probably victims of the KKK American Airlines introduces a "frequent flyer program" USA and Libya fighters engage in combat off the coast of Libya John Gotti rules the Mafia Chicago disc-jockeys organize the first "raves", or clandestine all-night parties American Airlines launches the world's first mileage-based frequent flier program, AAdvantage The David Letterman show debuts on television Pakistan recruits, trains and arms Islamic fighters from more than 40 countries with funds from the USA and Saudi Arabia to fight the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, the first "global jihad" Honda is the first Japanese company to 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a bill that grants amnesty to an estimated 3 million illegal immigrants Matt Groening's "The Simpsons" animated sitcom debuts on television Alan Greenspan is appointed chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank Tele-evangelist and multi-millionaire Jim Bakker resigns from "Praise The Lord" due to a sex scandal Matt Groening launches the animated television sitcom "The Simpsons" Harvard University announces the first genetically engineered animal The USA allows "Indian" territories to run casinos and casinos start spreading quickly in all states USA warships blow up two Iranian oil rigs, sink an Iranian frigate and destroy an Iranian missile boat Pat Robertson founds the Christian Coalition, an anti-abortionist movement Reagan's vice-president George Bush is elected president The circulation of the magazine "Time" is almost five million Magellan Corporation introduces the first hand-held GPS receiver Congress declares sanctions against Iraq to protest Iraq's use of poison gas against the 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terrorists try to blow up the World Trade Center Protesters waving Mexican flags march in Los Angeles to protest laws against illegal immigration DirecTV launches the first satellite-based television service Pizza Hut begins selling pizzas sia the WWW Fidel Castro allows 50, people to leave Cuba Netscape, the company founded by Marc Andreesen, goes public even before earning money and starts the "dot.

Jerry Yang launches the first search engine, Yahoo University of North Carolina's college radio station WXYC becomes the first radio station in the world to broadcast its signal over the Internet The Democrats lose the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years Following the rape of a girl by US soldiers, that follows many similar incidents over the years, Japanese in Okinawa stage the largest protect rally since the end of the war The Internet is used by 16 million people Bill Gates becomes the richest man in the world John Lasseter's "Toy Story" is the first feature-length computer-animated film Craig Newmark starts craigslist.

Ward Cunningham creates WikiWikiWeb, a manual on the internet maintained in a collaborative manner South Korean conglomerate LG acquires Zenith The US approves the painkiller OxyContin, an addictive opioid Walt Disney builds a dream town, Celebration, in Florida Rupert Murdoch's right-wing hour cable network Fox News debuts Sabeer Bhatia launches Hotmail, a website to check email from anywhere in the world Richard Jewell finds a bomb planted at the Olympic Park of Atlanta by Christian fundamentalist Eric Rudolph and saves lots of lives but is later accused of planting the bomb by police and media Terry Jones founds Travelocity to sell air tickets on the Internet South Korean conglomerate Samsung builds a factory in Texas, one of the largest foreign investments in the history of the USA The USA enacts the Defense of Marriage Act defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman, excluding homosexual couples Jay Walker founds Priceline to bid for air ticket prices on the Internet Newt Gingrich becomes the first House of Representatives Speaker to be censured for ethics violations Reed Hastings founds Netflix to rent videos via the Internet Evite is founded by Al Lieb and Selina Tobaccowala Orville Lynn Majors is arrested for having willingly caused the death of over patients at an Indian hospital Pierre Omidyar founds Ebay, a website to trade second-hand goods Feb The USA adopts legislation that extends copyright protections to 70 years after an author's death Nov Mercedes-Benz buys Chrysler and forms DaimlerChrysler in the largest industrial merger in history until then Adam Riess discovers that the expansion of the universe is accelerating dark energy Yahoo, Amazon, Ebay and scores of Internet-related start-ups create overnight millionaires Clinton authorizes a strike against Osama bin Laden's camp in Afghanistan and a pharmaceutical factory in Sudan, wrongly claiming that it was used to manufacture nerve gas december Clinton is impeached for lying about his adultery with Monica Lewinsky Jorn Barger coins the term "weblog" for webpages that simply contain links to other webpages Larry Page and Sergey Brin found Google to develop a search engine Bob Somerby starts "The Daily Howler", the first major political blog december Clinton lands at Gaza's new internatinal airport, the first USA president to visit Palestine december Clinton authorizes 70 hours of bombing against Iraqi infrastructure and a program to overthrow Saddam Hussein "As long as Saddam remains in power, he will remain a threat to his people, his region and the world" George Mitchell employs hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" to extract natural gas from the shale rock of Texas' Barnett Shale Colombia replaces Turkey as the main recipient of USA military aid Sarah Knauss, oldest person in the world, dies at Mickey Kaus starts the blog "Kausfiles", the second major political blog Clinton announces a second year of budget surplus, the first time since that the USA has had two consecutive years of budget surplus Tiger Woods, a black, becomes the superstar of golf Sildenafil, or Viagra, goes on sale in the USA, the first drug for penile erections Walmart employs more than one million people in almost 4, stores worldwide The Border Patrol arrests 1,, illigal immigrants More than billion dollars have been spent worldwide to prepare computers for the year Y2K Clinton announces a record budget surplus, the largest in USA history George W Bush becomes president on a technicality, even though Clinton's vice-president Al Gore wins the majority of votes Napster is forced to shut down, while Limewire is launched Jimmy Wales founds Wikipedia, a multilingual encyclopedia that is collaboratively edited by the Internet community Enron collapses, unveiling the biggest corporate scandal in USA history The USA signs free-trade agreements with Jordan Russia becomes an ally of NATO Bram Cohen unveils the peer-to-peer file sharing protocol BitTorrent Rick Warren publishes "The Purpose-Driven Life", which sells one million copies a month for two years, becoming the bestselling nonfiction book in the history of publishing USA stock markets crash, following corporate scandals, the third consecutive year of decline USA scientists synthesize a live virus from chemicals Wal-Mart is the biggest company in the world with over billion dollars in revenues followed by Exxon and General Motors, also USA companies George W Bush enacts a doctrine of first strike against foes and of continued military supremacy by the USA Texas executes more people 33 than all of the other 49 states 32 Bush coins to expression "axis of evil" to describe the totalitarian regimes of Iraq, Iran and North Korea Oct The Dow Jones falls to 7,, Robert William Pickton is suspected of killing more than 50 drug-addicted prostitutes during the s in Vancouver, Canada Corporate lobbyists bribe Republican leader Tom DeLay, who uses the money to fund the election of fellow Republicans so that the Republican Party takes control of Texas' Congress for the first time in modern history The space shuttle "Columbia" crashes during landing, killing the whole crew Airbus passes Boeing as the world's largest civilians aircraft manufacturer Texas executes the th inmate since the death penalty was reinstated in Tom DeLay's Republicans in Texas change electoral districts to maximize their gains in national elections Austrian-born Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes governor of California Calvin Willis is released from a Louisiana prison after serving more than 21 years for a crime he did not commit Dickson Despommier proposes to build vertical farms Google launches a project to digitize all the books ever printed Mark Zuckerberg founds Facebook Mikhail Gorbacev, Margaret Thatcher and other leaders of the past attend Ronald Reagan's funeral Ryan Matthews becomes the th prisoner in the USA since to be released from death row on the grounds of innocence Massachussetts legalizes gay marriage The Internet is used by one billion people Newsweek magazine reports that guards at Guantanamo desecrated the Quran, a news that sparks deadly riots in Afghanistan and anti-USA protests in many Islamic countries Los Angeles elects a Hispanic mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa Microsoft displays the error message "This item contains forbidden speech" whenever someone tries to write the word "democracy" on its Chinese blog Bernard Ebbers, former Worldcom's CEO, is sentenced to 25 years in jail, capping a string of corporate scandals Republican representative Tom DeLay of Texas is indicted of corruption campaign finance violations The largest solar plant in the world is inaugurated in the Mojave Desert of California, producing MW of electricity, which is more than all the rest of commercial production of solar energy in the world China's Lenovo acquires IBM's personal computer business Lyndon and Peter Rive found SolarCity Jack Dorsey creates the social networking service Twitter Alan Greenspan is retires from chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank USA search engine Google accepts to cooperate with the government of mainland China in censoring the world-wide web Exxon Mobil posts the largest profit of any company in USA history Most immigrants to the USA are Mexicans Keith Ellison is the first Muslim to be elected to Congress After the Democratic Party takes control of Congress, Republicans start employing filibuster to stop every Democratic initiative The USA and Peru sign a free-trade treaty China overtakes the USA to become the world's second largest exporter and overtakes Canada to become the main exporter to the USA Republican senator Larry Craig of Idaho resigns following his arrest for soliciting gay sex Texas carries out its th death penalty The number of Afghan civilian deaths caused by USA bombings triples between and Serial killer Anthony Sowell murders 11 women and keeps their corpses in his house Sep Blackwater security guards shoot on a crowd in Baghdad, killing 17 people Oct The Dow Jones hits a record high of 14, on 9 october Dec The USA economy enters a recession The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes at a record high of 14, Shirwa Ahmed, a Somali-American, blows himself up in Somalia killing 20 other people Rickey Johnson is released from a Louisiana prison after serving 25 years for a crime he did not commit May For a few months San Francisco issues marriage license to same-sex couples Warren Buffett is the richest man in the world jan USA's home prices drop by For the first time more USA soldiers die in the war in Afghanistan than in the war in Iraq july George W Bush's associate Karl Rove refuses to testify before a commission investigating whether the Justice Department prosecuted people for political reasons july George W Bush's aide Karl Rove is accused of having engineered the dismissals of prosecutors on political grounds july USA inflation hits a year High july Republican senator Ted Stevens of Alaska is indicted of corruption August A USA airstrike in Azizabad western Afghanistan kills 92 civilians including 60 children august NATO killed 3, civilians in Afghanistan from to mid sep USA missiles target Taliban inside Pakistan sep A bomb against the USA embassy in Yemen kills 16 people oct Barack Obama, a black man, is elected president of the USA nov The median home price falls The USA loses two million jobs in and the unemployment rate climbs to 6.

More than 10, people die of heroin overdose in the NATO countries in just one year, a number higher than all casualties from all NATO wars since Almost one in three Medicare recipients undergo surgery in their last year of life, a way for hospitals to maximize their profits The USA loses , jobs in january alone, the most since Fiat buys Chrysler Jan Facebook has million users and grows by about , users a day, the fastest product ever to reach that many users in five years Feb An unmarried woman, Nadya Suleman, gives birth to 14 children eight at the same time through in-vitro procedures Feb Ten people are killed by an armed man in Alabama Mar Bill O'Reilly's show is the number one news show on tv for the th consecutive month Mar A gunman kills eight people in a nursing home of Carthage North Carolina Mar A gunman kills 13 people in upstate New York May Sonia Sotomayor becomes the first Hispanic to serve in the Supreme Court sep The unemployment rate reaches LimeWire, the largest free file-sharing system, has over 70 million unique monthly users Oct The US dollar hits a year low against the Japanese yen down to The Internet is used by more than two billion people Dec A USA court sends free the Blackwater security guards who shot on a crowd in Baghdad in , killing 17 people Dec Facebook has million users and grows by about one million users a day; Wikipedia has million users per month and 14 million articles.

A US drone strike kills 14 women and 21 children in Yemen The USA has become the largest producer of natural gas in the world Jan The Supreme Court rules that corporations are persons, entitled to spend unlimited money to influence elections Jan USA missionaries, mostly belonging to a Baptist church in Idaho, try to kidnap 33 Haitian children after the country is devastated by an earthquake Feb The USA discloses that it has a total of 5, nuclear warheads in its arsenal Apr A former employee kills five people and himself a business in New Mexico Jun More than 90, secret USA military records about the Afghanistan war are leaked to a website Jul Nine people are shot dead by a worker at a warehouse in Connecticut Aug After an argument with his wife, a man in eastern Kentucky kills five people with a shotgun before killing himself Sep The CIA launches more than 20 drone attacks against Pakistani territories, the highest number ever Oct Nigeria's anti-corruption agency charges former US vice-president Dick Cheney of bribing officials Dec Former Republican leader Tom DeLay is convicted of money laundering financing and sentenced to jail The SpaceX Falcon 9, the first private spaceship to orbit Earth, takes off Wednesday, August 15 2: That's about 28 percent above the last gulf-wide sale in March.

Wednesday, August 15 A recall election to decide whether to remove a North Texas city council member who made an anti-Islam social media post will be canceled. Wednesday, August 15 1: About nine months after a panel recommended the immediate renaming of Confederate Avenue in Atlanta, city officials are planning a public hearing. Charles Grahmann, whose year tenure as bishop of the diocese was marred by one of the first church sex abuse scandals to explode into public view, has died Charles Grahmann, whose year tenure as bishop of the diocese was marred by one of the first church sex abuse scandals to explode into public view, has died.

The attorney taking on President Donald Trump over his alleged affair with an adult film actress says he's successfully reunited a 9-year-old boy with his mother in Guatemala. Prosecutors say in October they'll hold another murder trial for a former deputy's husband charged in the death of a man he and his wife confronted outside a Houston-area restaurant.

Texas-based Diamondback Energy Inc. Thursday, June 8 4: Houston has matched a season high with five Tuesday, August 14 6: Customs and Border Protection of illegally barring photography at border crossings. Tuesday, August 14 3: Rhode Island's attorney general is demanding that federal officials stop the online spread of blueprints showing how to make 3D-printed plastic guns.

A growing number of Texas ranchers and farmers are trimming their livestock, or selling them altogether, as the persistent drought has eliminated water supplies and forage for the animals. Tuesday, August 14 1: A workforce clothing manufacturer plans to close its South Texas plant and lay off more than employees. Investigators blame a lit cigarette for starting a West Texas house fire that killed an year-old woman and her son.

The attorney taking on President Donald Trump over his alleged affair with an adult film actress has appeared in Houston immigration court to try to secure the release of a 9-year-old boy from Guatemala. Tuesday, August 14 The Texas comptroller's office is seeking federal approval to reform a troubled state program designed to protect a rare lizard species in the petroleum-rich Permian Basin.

The Coast Guard has rescued three boaters found clinging to the hull of their capsized foot vessel off Texas. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a complaint against a Texas-based sports bar over allegations managers sexually harassed female workers at an Albuquerque location. Monday, August 13 A jury has begun deliberating whether a Jordanian immigrant convicted in what prosecutors describe as two "honor killings" will receive a death sentence or life in prison without parole.

Monday, August 13 9: Robert Duncan, a longtime West Texas lawmaker before serving as chancellor of the Texas Tech University System for the past four years, has announced his retirement. A former Detroit man released from custody 15 years ago after an error in the murder investigation now faces arraignment in the killing and a sexual assault.

A gun issued to Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Lupe Valdez while she was Dallas County sheriff seven years ago wasn't returned and remains missing. Monday, August 13 5: Monday, August 13 4: Army ring has been found at a West Texas landfill and a veteran is trying to track down the owner. A popular Tex-Mex restaurant in Houston is facing backlash after it posted a photo of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has pushed for a wide crackdown on immigration.

Union leaders and state lawmakers say many Texas cities are denying workers' compensation to firefighters with cancer. Monday, August 13 2: A federal lawsuit says a Texas school district permitted a former teacher who had sexual contact with a student to be involved in school organizations and allowed her on district-owned property to watch sports A federal lawsuit says a Texas school district permitted a former teacher who had sexual contact with a student to be involved in school organizations and allowed her on district-owned property to watch sports games the Authorities have identified a man who was brought out of the water on the North Carolina coast.

FEMA says it didn't handle housing vouchers for displaced residents of Puerto Rico any differently from those of displaced Texas and Florida residents after last year's hurricanes. A new lake project to add to the North Texas water supply is progressing through the permitting process and is expected to be completed by At least 27 people have been rescued after 8 to 9 inches of rain caused flash flooding in the Nueces River at a park west of San Antonio.

Sunday, August 12 2: School districts across Texas will receive letter grades this week under a new rating system that has public school officials grumbling. The wife of the man who opened fire at a Texas church last November says he tied her to their bed before leaving for the shooting in which more than two dozen people were killed. Sunday, August 12 One of three women charged in the July hot-van death of a resident at a Southeast Texas center for people with developmental disabilities has been sentenced to probation.

Donors pouring money into the November midterm elections are putting cash into races in places they never have before to help Democrats. Saturday, August 11 5: Authorities have found a child's remains in freshly dug soil behind a Bryan, Texas house, and are performing an autopsy to confirm whether they match a missing girl.

Customs and Border Protection, the largest law enforcement agency in the country, has hundreds of vacancies for law enforcement officers to fill nationwide, and El Paso and Columbus, New Mexico, are among Customs and Border Protection, the largest law enforcement agency in the country, has hundreds of vacancies for law enforcement officers to fill nationwide, and El Paso and Columbus, New Mexico, are among the Saturday, August 11 2: Texas lawmakers say they have been told the temporary tent shelter in far West Texas for immigrant minors will stay open another month.

The import tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump are boosting the cost of building a home by thousands of dollars, and that's adding to the challenges of people trying to rebuild from California's The import tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump are boosting the cost of building a home by thousands of dollars, and that's adding to the challenges of people trying to rebuild from California's wildfire and A jury in Texas has imposed a life sentence on a man who prosecutors say is a serial rapist who attacked women in St.

Louis before moving to the Houston area and continuing his assaults there. Friday, August 10 6: A Jordanian immigrant convicted in two deaths prosecutors described as "honor killings" has testified in his own defense for a second time and said witnesses had lied.

Plans have been announced to replace a year-old Southeast Texas highway bridge that was swamped last year amid downpours blamed on Hurricane Harvey.

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Friday, August 10 3: Seven people from Houston have been sentenced to prison for their roles in the armed robbery of a suburban financial institution. Friday, August 10 An Oklahoma prosecutor has filed court documents saying he will seek the death penalty for a Texas man in the stomping death of an acquaintance.

Residents in a Dallas suburb may see mail delivery delays after a mercury spill shut down a postal sorting facility. A year-old South Texas man must serve life in federal prison for a child pornography case involving girls who said they were drugged and sexually assaulted. Authorities say a year-old man has been bitten by a shark while swimming off Texas and he's being treated for numerous puncture wounds to his right leg.

Friday, August 10 8: The Dilley family immigration lockup in rural South Texas has become an epicenter for immigration policies that the Trump administration has tried to tighten. Bird lovers are driving from hundreds of miles away for a rare chance to see a species of non-native hawk in southern Maine. Thursday, August 9 9: Other newcomers to northern Texas learned that the Western Cross Timbers, a veritable "cast iron forest," provided natural fencing.

Just when it seemed as if the frontier was beginning to join the mainstream of Texan society, Anglo-Indian conflicts and the Civil War reversed most of this material progress. For their part, the state and federal governments were often at odds, flip-flopping between policies of peace and war. Adding to the sense of anxiety, the federal government in leased four leagues of land for an Indian reservation along the Brazos River below Fort Belknap.

While the rest of the state was preoccupied with rumors of slave insurrections, frontierspeople were stirred into the same kind of frenzy when a Jacksboro weekly, The White Man , embarked on a sensational campaign that preyed on settlers' fears and turned every rumor to fact. The pioneers' sense of dread was somewhat allayed in by news of two signal victories over their Plains adversaries.

That spring, Texans led by ranger captain Rip Ford reported the defeat of over determined warriors at the Battle of the Washita, in Indian Territory. Not far from there, near Wichita Village, U. Meanwhile, The White Man grew ever more vocal. Words grew into deeds, climaxing in the Reservation War of that pitted militiamen of Northwest Texas against the Indians on both reservations.

While no pitched battles ensued, the affair resulted in the expulsion of the native peoples. At last it seemed as if Anglo Texans had gained control of the frontier. The Civil War intervened, however, proving that the worst of the settlers' troubles was only beginning. The Civil War cost pioneer folk both the protection of the federal troops and much of its home guard, as many militiamen took up arms and marched east to defend the South.

Indians, revitalized by feelings of revenge, took advantage of the situation and attempted to reclaim their former homeland and hunting grounds. Perhaps no pioneers in the history of the American West experienced such trying conditions as those who remained on the Texas frontier during the Civil War years. Perhaps no pioneers in the history of the American West experienced such trying conditions as those who remained on the Texas frontier during these years.

While markets in the interior went begging for goods to send to the Confederate army, there was little the pioneers could produce in bulk. The scarcity of supplies and hard currency, moreover, left them to their own ingenuity. The one commodity they enjoyed in abundance was beef.

From the brush country of South Texas to the grassy rolling plains of Northwest Texas, the lean, hardy breed of longhorn cattle proliferated. Belknap has declared unfit to inhabit. Most observers of the Civil War years claimed the Comanches and Kiowas rolled back the frontier a hundred miles in places; certainly the population thinned considerably. Even so, cow hunters actually extended their reach, adapting to the unfamiliar environment, even against the mortal peril of Indian raids.

One outfit, near old Camp Cooper, was reportedly tending a herd of 25, head of longhorn when warriors forced them to flee. Most of the war parties were small in number, and the raids were short and sharp, but not all one-sided. An overburdened state cavalry and what was left of the local militias sporadically patrolled the frontier and kept their adversaries on guard.

At places with names such as Fort Spunky, Owl's Head, and Picketville, families and ranching outfits established citizen posts for mutual protection. The single most serious incident during these years came in the fall of The "Elm Creek Raid" in Young County reportedly involved a party of between five hundred and a thousand Comanches and Kiowas who raided the middle Brazos, virtually denuding the range of cattle and horses and besieging the citizen post Fort Murrah.

If not for some of the home guard and a few isolated but well armed settlers who engaged the warriors, the death toll of the Texas pioneers would have been much worse. Along with the livestock, the war party returned to Indian Territory with almost a dozen women and children captives. The next year, , brought an end to the Civil War, raising pioneers' expectations that the days of relative security would return.

The federal government, however, placed Texas in a Reconstruction district with Louisiana and at first seemed little disposed to help their late foes with Indian problems they believed were of the Texans' own makings. Moreover, they forbid frontierspeople to raise arms and organize. The raids continued, bringing so many reports of depredations that their very scale created disbelief.

By , however, a line of federal forts approximating the antebellum configuration arose anew on the Texas frontier. Some, like Forts Richardson and Bliss, breathed life into towns such as Jacksboro and El Paso, respectively, while entirely new communities sprang up alongside other federal posts.

Of these, a few survived their tumultuous frontier beginnings, such as Saint Angela now San Angelo, alongside Fort Concho and Fort Stockton in the shadow of the post that bore the same name. As long as the soldiers patrolled the frontier, however, all the "fort towns" thrived by providing goods and services to the military.

Most of those who settled near the posts were earnest pioneers who came west to take advantage of legitimate business opportunities. From the surrounding countryside they provided forage for army horses and mules and foodstuffs for the soldiers. In the towns themselves resided butchers and bakers, physicians and undertakers, preachers and schoolteachers, hide dressers and saddle makers, tailors and shoemakers, blacksmiths and wheelwrights, investors and carpenters, and hotelkeepers and livery operators.

A smaller element composed of gamblers, whiskey peddlers, prostitutes, and desperadoes also came west to prey upon the adventurous and gullible. For the most part, townspeople successfully segregated them. Yet along the main street or district to which they were confined, the scene could be one of bedlam, especially when buffalo hunters and trail drivers hit town.

Beginning in the middle of the s a resource rush for bison hides turned The Flat, Saint Angela, and Rath City into veritable boomtowns. From the winter of , when the great hunt began in earnest, until the time it petered out during the winter of , the end of each season always ended in a "spree" that boosted the coffers of every frontier saloon from Fort Worth and Denison to San Antonio and El Paso.

At the same time, north-and-west-bound trail drivers crossed much of the same land over the Western or, Dodge City Trail, and the Goodnight-Loving Trail. Often, these cowboys would signal their arrival by "taking the town," a tradition that involved racing their horses down the main road between the false-fronted, picket, and adobe business houses, guns ablazing.

Occasionally, the wide-open atmosphere resulted in bloodshed. These frontier villages contributed collectively to a legacy of violence that left and indelible imprint upon the state's, and even the world's, imagination. It was a reputation that was only partly deserved. Wildness was tolerated, indeed encouraged, because reckless behavior normally translated into reckless spending.

Jacksboro man Thomas Horton, for example, recalled in his twilight years a scene from his childhood; it was shortly after payday at Fort Richardson: A half-century after his brief stay at Fort Griffin's Flat, R.

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A new city administration and the federal government, which was eyeing Fort Worth as a potential site for a major military training camp , joined forces with the Baptist preacher to bring down the final curtain on the Acre. It's a growing community with shopping and restaurants going up all the time. During the trial, an Internal Revenue Service investigator told jurors how none of Cantu's money ever went to buy sand. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?

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