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ANAHUAC - Alligator Capital Of Texas
Anahuac (pronounced “anna-WHACK”) was established in the 1830’s by the Mexican Government as the capital of Texas. Texans first began opposition to the Mexican Government at Fort Anahuac which ended in Texas winning independence from Mexico in 1836. The area has many attractions including boating, fishing, bird watching, hunting, waterways, wildlife, historical sites, and great natural surroundings.
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Theodore Ricks Bridge, Ross Shaw Sterling, Chambers County, Graydon, Lone Star Canal, James Taylor White, Dr. N. T. Schilling, Thomas Jefferson Chambers, Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, Fort Anahuac Park, Chambers County Courthouse, Other Historical Markers

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Texas Towns Revealed Magazine – Traveling and exploring Texas towns to bring you the information you need to know for small town travel. Read about the town’s history, facts, events, services, points of interest and view special videos provided inside the magazine. Published quarterly (4 issues per year).

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