Traces of Texas's Twitter Profile Analysis @tracesoftexas on Twitter

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Purveyor of Texas history and culture. Cowboy boots junkie and advocate of all things Lone Star.100% organic, free-range Texas content and 100% apolitical.

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One of my own photos. Folks around a campfire at a Dia de los Muertos celebration in Terlingua, 2014. https://t.co/CAYY9b8QdP
22 Apr, 2021 - 02:15 AM UTC
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Gaido's famous crab sign in Galveston, 1986. The restaurant is more than 110 years old and still going strong. Photo taken by Don Margolies. https://t.co/Tyy3YQlGfV
22 Apr, 2021 - 01:01 AM UTC
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This seems like sound advice. https://t.co/6e6VXueqQY
21 Apr, 2021 - 11:29 PM UTC
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A group of kids from Alto circa 1935. A bit like the Little Rascals, don't you think? From the great collection of more than 10,000 photos east Texas posted by the Stella Hill Library in their Flickr Stream, here: https://t.co/coy2MY2yrx https://t.co/yKjPLWjuw5
21 Apr, 2021 - 10:19 PM UTC
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U.S. Vice President John Nance Garner & Missouri Senator Harry Truman clown around with a pair of pistols once owned by Jesse James, 1938. Garner was from Uvalde, Texas and is probably most famous for saying the Vice Presidency isn't "worth a bucket of warm piss." https://t.co/PjRJ8S82NB
21 Apr, 2021 - 08:59 PM UTC
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A former teenager (aren't we all?) reminisces about his summer job at Astroworld ----- the most coveted summer teenager job in Houston at the time. Good stuff! https://t.co/lpjDYHJEfC @TexasHighways
21 Apr, 2021 - 07:45 PM UTC
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Traces of Texas reader Mona Gibbs' friend Marijane Beene took this pretty remarkable photo of the San Jacinto Monument right after it had rained six inches in one hour. GORGEOUS! Thanks to Marijane for taking it and to Mona for sending it in. https://t.co/Urofc6TYDg
21 Apr, 2021 - 06:30 PM UTC
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A pistol used by Robert Moore at the Battle of San Jacinto. This walnut firearm shows evidence that its firing mechanism was converted from flintlock to percussion. This is in the very fine collection of the San Jacinto Museum. Check them out here: https://t.co/Ba2j45QcFz https://t.co/pXZYiwcVFn
21 Apr, 2021 - 05:19 PM UTC
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A reunion of the veterans of the Battle of San Jacinto in Belton, Texas, 1883. Courtesy the Portal to Texas History. https://t.co/45oCNxA8Fm
21 Apr, 2021 - 03:59 PM UTC
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A Mexican Tricolor guidon taken from outside Santa Anna's tent after the Battle of San Jacinto by a member of General Sam Houston’s staff, Percy Henry Brewster. A guidon is a small banner or streamer carried during battle as a guide for marking troop placement, ID and signaling. https://t.co/uLDvvhsSXP
21 Apr, 2021 - 02:46 PM UTC
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Happy San Jacinto Day! "Rally to the standard, and be no longer the scoff of mercenary tongues! Be men, be free men, that your children may bless their father's name." ----- Sam Houston's message to his troops before the Battle of San Jacinto. https://t.co/ssWlAEsvVB
21 Apr, 2021 - 01:27 PM UTC
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Great photo of a Chili Queen in San Antonio. Historical note about the Green Front Saloon in the background: On Aug. 4, 1878, Georgia Drake, a beautiful actress was murdered there by a jealous lover. The trial of George Lanham electrified San Antonio. https://t.co/vu6B16M2Ae
21 Apr, 2021 - 12:30 AM UTC
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Cows are udderly oblivious when it comes to scenery. One of my own photos, taken near Granger, Texas. https://t.co/jApQisGrmC
20 Apr, 2021 - 11:14 PM UTC
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Men drinking at a bar in Houston, 1950s. This photo was taken by Gregorio Torres Valerio, a Houston a photographer who captured in his pictures the everyday life of the postwar Hispanic community in Houston. You can see 100s of Gregorio's photos here: https://t.co/QX72wN0uzw https://t.co/eM3JX0fIW4
20 Apr, 2021 - 10:01 PM UTC
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Preston Avenue in Houston, 1940s. Photo by the world-famous Henri Cartier Bresson. https://t.co/bla1oYDxbG
20 Apr, 2021 - 08:45 PM UTC

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