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From the Mudflats of 1836 the Allen Family and Their Dreamtown!

As the story of Houston's early beginnings goes the Allen family just arriving from Nacogdoches, Texas had bought a bog, named it after General Sam Houston, and the rest was and still is a grand speculators' tale of history in the making, which included mosquitoes, snakes, mudflats, tangled…

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