Timeline of Austin, Texas history

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Austin, Texas, USA.

19th century

1873 map of Austin
The Goddess of Liberty on the Texas State Capitol Grounds prior to installation on top of the capitol rotunda.

20th century

1900s-1940s

Austin Dam failure
The Main Building of the University of Texas at Austin

1950s-1990s

The Armadillo World Headquarters
The Pennybacker Bridge

21st century

The Frost Bank Tower

See also

References

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  4. ^ J. DeCordova (1856). Texas Immigrant and Traveller's Guide Book. Austin: DeCordova and Frazier. 
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  11. ^ Patterson's American Educational Directory 29. Chicago. 1932. 
  12. ^ Burnes St. Patrick Hollyman (1977). "First Picture Shows: Austin, Texas (1894 - 1913)". Journal of the University Film Association 29. JSTOR 20687375. 
  13. ^ a b c d e Kenneth B. Ragsdale (2004). "Barnstormers, Businessmen, and High Hopes for the Future: Austin, Texas, Enters the Modern Air Age". Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107. JSTOR 30239461. 
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  30. ^ "Shooter targets federal courthouse, APD"

Further reading

Published in the 19th century

  • Historical and descriptive review of the industries of Austin, Austin, Texas, 1885 

Published in the 20th century

  • Pearl Cashell Jackson (1915), Austin yesterday and today, Austin, Texs: E.L. Steck, OCLC 18393216 
  • Stuart MacCorkle, Austin's Three Forms of Government (San Antonio: Naylor, 1973).
  • Austin Human Relations Commission, Housing Patterns Study: Segregation and Discrimination in Austin, Texas (Austin, 1979).
  • Paul D. Lack, "Slavery and Vigilantism in Austin, Texas, 1840–1860," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 85 (July 1981).
  • David C. Humphrey, Austin: An Illustrated History (Northridge, California: Windsor, 1985).
  • Anthony M. Orum, Power, Money and the People: The Making of Modern Austin (Austin: Texas Monthly Press, 1987).
  • David C. Humphrey, "A 'Muddy and Conflicting' View: The Civil War as Seen from Austin, Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 94 (January 1991).

External links

  • David C. Humphrey. "Austin, TX (Travis County)". Handbook of Texas Online. Texas State Historical Association. 
  • Digital Public Library of America. Items related to Austin, Texas, various dates

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