Texas Ingenuity - Inventions, Inventors & Innovators

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Atriad Press, 2010 - History - 284 pages
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Texas Ingenuity - Lone Star Inventions, Inventors & Innovators is a collection of informative, and sometimes quirky stories about Lone Star innovators, inventors, and inventions. Each story emphasizes a Texas connection and shows how Texas ingenuity, determination or sheer dumb luck made the person or product famous and successful. Every Texan and Texas visitor hankering for a chuckle and interesting tidbits of history will enjoy reading Texas Ingenuity.

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This volume tells a visual story of people and places that made Oak Cliff special to hundreds of thousands for more than a century. Over 200 vintage and recent photographs were donated by families, businesses, and organizations. Local authors Alan C. Elliott, Patricia K. Summey, and Gayla Brooks Kokel present a rich history of Oak Cliff guaranteed to bring back cherished memories to all who have called Oak Cliff home.

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