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Thanks to the Baytown Fire and Police Departments, and to the City of Baytown, for their help and support. By Sterling Municipal Library
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The first annual stuffed animal sleepover event at the Sterling Municipal Library in Baytown, Texas. August 2013
REConnect By Alejandro Gonzalez
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Masterplan development of the waterfront area in Baytown, Texas. Along with some more in-depth studies of smaller areas, such as a hotel development and a sports center.
Texas Historical African American Markers By Priscilla T Graham
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Texas Historical Markers documenting key African American buildings, businesses, cemeteries, churches, communities, schools, social organizations throughout Harris County.
Welcome To My World A World of Saints and Sinners - Cops and Crooks By James Powell
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“I have done many things most people have only seen on television. But while my world has been filled with contrasts I have never thought of it as a world of contradictions. I was no less a... More > Christian because I was a police officer; conversely, I was no less a police officer because I was a Christian.” The stories in this book are a merging of experiences from the author's life as a policeman and as a pastor coupled with lessons taught as a Bible teacher. The reader is carried from the patrol car to the Bible and back again. Fasten your seatbelt - you are about to be involved in some very arresting stories.< Less
McNair and Hufsmith By Priscilla T Graham
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McNair and Hufsmith is a 44-page full color pictorial history book of African American Settlements that were once located in Baytown and Tomball, Texas. Today only small traces of the once... More > self-sustaining African American Settlements exist.< Less
Know Your Texas History By Flossie Stanley Keels
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A "Reader's Digest" version of Texas History from 1820 to 1946. Flossie Keels is a direct descendant of Nathaniel and Frances Hubert Lynch who came to Texas with "Austin's Old Three... More > Hundred Colonists" in 1822. Lynch was the owner of the original "Lynch's Ferry," which played a key role in the Texas Revolution. She is a member of the Solomon Barrow Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic, Baytown, Texas, and a charter member of the "Descendants of Austin's Old Three Hundred Colonists." Another ancestor, Stephen Jefferson Stanley, settled in Zavala, Texas in 1828 with Lorenzo De Zavala's Colony. Keels was born in Zavala, not far from where her ancestors settled. Her parents were Pamelia Vianna Reed and Stephen Jefferson Stanley IV. Keels graduated from Houston Business College and Lee College School of Vocational Nursing in Baytown, Texas.< Less
Fruit of My Labor By Joe Frey
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The now famous poetry series designed with elementary students in mind can be yours! Written for and inspired by the Poetry 180 program. Easy reading poems for everyone! Meet JJ McShay! I encourage... More > you to indulge yourself within the pages of this sweet Fruit and spoil yourself. This series can now be found on the shelves of local (Dutchess County,NY) public libraries; some local school districts & can be heard in elementary classrooms throughout Dutchess County as the poet reads from his books to the children! "Frey shares his artistic talent presenting three chapters with delicious fruit poems!" - J. Martin The Baytown Sun< Less
Doughboy Preacher By Paul Hughes
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As a poor farm boy who was inured to hard labor, Thomas Josiah Kinard I (1889-1971) chopped cotton and harvested timber in the Piney Woods of Polk County. He had already felt the call of God on his... More > life before he received the Pentecostal Baptism in the Holy Spirit in 1915. When war came, he was ready and willing to answer the call of his country as well as his God. He participated in four major offenses France, then marched into Germany to serve in the Army of Occupation. After the War, Tom Kinard founded several Assemblies of God churches and pastored others, while working full-time at the huge Humble refinery in Baytown, Texas. He wrote: "I did not mind one bit, this was my country, and my people, and I loved it better than ever before, and tomorrow I will get my Discharge, and go back to my home and loved ones that I have not seen in twenty-three months, with the feeling that I had tried to be a good soldier, for my country in the time of this great struggle against the forces of evil."< Less