Texas Trivia

Texas ranked second among the states in acres planted in peanuts for the ten-year period 1938-1948, with an average of 645,200 harvested acres and 283,952,000 pounds. The 1949 production amounted to 333,450,000 pounds of peanuts from 513,000 acres. Peanut production in 1954 was centered in the county areas of Comanche-Eastland-Erath, Wilson-Karnes-Atascosa-Frio-Bexar, and Waller-Harris-Fort Bend, and in the East Texas blackland area. In that year 108,185,000 pounds of peanuts valued at more than $12 million was produced on 281,000 acres.

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Sterling Silver Alamo Charm

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REMEMBER THE ALAMO!! This sterling silver charm has the Alamo, with the Texas State flag flying proudly above it.

"In the southern part of Texas, near the town of San Antone, Like a statue on his Pinto rides a cowboy all alone. And he sees the cattle grazin' where a century before, Santa Anna's guns were blazin' and the cannons used to roar. And his eyes turn sort of misty, and his heart begins to glow, And he takes his hat off slowly to the men of Alamo. To the thirteen days of glory at the seige of Alamo. " -BALLAD OF THE ALAMO AS MADE FAMOUS BY MARTY ROBBINS

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