Monthly Archives: June 2009
“Aunt Julia” Remembers
Ex-Slave Tells a Juneteenth Story About How Freedom Came to Her Whenever “Aunt Julia” Ellis, a 90-year old Harris County ex-slave and 50-year resident of the sawmill ghost town of Josserand, down in the piney woods of Trinity County, alights … Continue reading
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Lordy, Lordy Look Who’s 40 – IAH!
June 8, 2009, marks the 40th anniversary of the nation’s 8th busiest airport but it all began back in the mid to late 1960s. Houston Intercontinental Airport, as it was originally known, first celebrated it’s opening day on Sunday, June … Continue reading
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