TITLE

Ebony Escapes! to Dallas, Texas

AUTHOR(S)
Allman-Baldwin, Lysa
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;6/24/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 26, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents information on Dallas, Texas. Settled in 1841 by a Tennessee lawyer and entrepreneur named John Neely Bryan, Dallas began as a small trading post encompassing only about 640 acres. Bolstered by the arrival of railroads in 1870's; the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank and Southern Methodist University in early 1900's; a major airport, Dallas Love Field; and several other significant events and entrepreneurial endeavors, Dallas continued to expand. Today the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area spans nearly 384 square miles
ACCESSION #
13596260

 

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