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Andy Paris, The Bubblegum King

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You can make the weirdest connections when you start drawing parallels between one aspect of history and another. For example, you can connect the Texas Revolution and the invention of commercial chewing gum to to form sort of a short history of chewing gum in Texas, which is what this is. Sort of.
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The Tragic Tale of Bobby Fuller

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The day that Bobby Fuller died was the same day that he planned to quit his popular band, the Bobby Fuller Four, break his record contract and go solo — all this while the band's song, “I Fought the Law (And the Law Won)” was riding high on the charts.
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The Glenn Springs Raid

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The little village of Glenn Springs was a peaceful and productive but isolated place in 1916 when it became part of an international incident.
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Mining The Legend Of Los Almagres

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There are places where a story should end but doesn't. Some of these stories go on for decades or even centuries. The story of the Los Almagres Mine is one of those stories.
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Medical Quackery in Texas

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We don’t know why Texas seems to have had more than its share of quacks in the 19th and early 20th centuries, but doctors of dubious distinction have always been drawn to the state. Some of that has to do with how big Texas is and how easy it was in the early days to call yourself whatever you wanted.
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