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Parade in the Coliseum, Fort Worth, Texas
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Fort Worth

Fort Worth, Texas, grew from military camp established at close of Mexican War by Gen. Winfield Scott, and named for Gen. William Jenkins Worth who saw action in that war. Forty-two men of Company F, 2nd Dragoons, established the camp on June 6, 1849. The Fort Worth to Yuma, AZ, stage line was established in 1850, and the city became the seat of Tarrant County in 1860. After the Civil War, it became a major   More...
   

 

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