La Grange

La Grange La Grange voted the capital of the Republic of Texas in is as colorful and audacious as the state itself Its citizens were instrumental in winning the republic s freedom and have always been wi

  • Title: La Grange
  • Author: Marie W. Watts
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • La Grange, voted the capital of the Republic of Texas in 1838, is as colorful and audacious as the state itself Its citizens were instrumental in winning the republic s freedom and have always been willing to fight for their beliefs Many defend La Grange as the true capital of Texas, unfairly stripped of its title The town flourished during the 19th century and witnesse La Grange, voted the capital of the Republic of Texas in 1838, is as colorful and audacious as the state itself Its citizens were instrumental in winning the republic s freedom and have always been willing to fight for their beliefs Many defend La Grange as the true capital of Texas, unfairly stripped of its title The town flourished during the 19th century and witnessed the birth of a rough and tumble society, where arguments were commonly settled with fists, knives, and guns In later years, immigrants flocked to the area and built a strong agricultural economy The 20th century might have passed quietly into history if not for a Houston television reporter who publicized the demise of one of Texas s best known brothels, the Chicken Ranch, located just outside of La Grange The extensive publicity surrounding the closing of the Best Little Whorehouse in Texas resulted in a musical and movie of the same name, as well as a song by ZZ Top Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 127 pages Published August 4th 2008 by Arcadia Publishing SC first published July 30th 2008 More Details Original Title La Grange Images of America Texas ISBN 073855636X ISBN13 9780738556369 Edition Language English Series Images of America Texas Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a Ne

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    • Marie W. Watts

      Marie W Watts is a former employment discrimination investigator and human resource consultant with over twenty five years of experience She has trained thousands of employees to recognize one s own biases and prejudices and avoid discriminating against others in the workplace, and she has coauthored a textbook about it Human Relations, 4th ed Additionally, her work has been published in the T Marie W Watts is a former employment discrimination investigator and human resource consultant with over twenty five years of experience She has trained thousands of employees to recognize one s own biases and prejudices and avoid discriminating against others in the workplace, and she has coauthored a textbook about it Human Relations, 4th ed Additionally, her work has been published in the Texas Bar Journal and the Houston Business Journal, as well as featured on Issues Today, syndicated to 119 radio stations, NBC San Antonio, Texas, and TAMU TV in College Station, Texas In pursuit of justice in the workplace, Marie been from jails to corporate boardrooms seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly of humans at work She now brings her experiences to life in her works of fiction She and her husband live on a ranch in central Texas In her spare time, she is a volunteer first responder, supports a historic house, and hangs out with her grandsons Follow Marie and her stories about life at mariewatts

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