• By T.J. Aulds
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TEXAS CITY — As the city marks its 100th anniversary Texas’ oldest newspaper commemorated the occasion by publishing a book marking the city’s century.

  • By Heber Taylor and T.J. Aulds
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Texas City grew out of a vision of a deepwater port to handle Texas’ agricultural materials and later its oil and gas resources.

  • By Sylvia Newsome Smith
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Sylvia Newsome Smith is grateful to have grown up in Texas City and to be a survivor of the 1947 Disaster.

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