5 edition of Texas Forgotten Ports found in the catalog.
Texas Forgotten Ports
by Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum
Written in English
|Contributions||Iris Guthrie (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
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Texas Forgotten Ports: Mid-Gulf Coast Ports from Corpus Christi to Matagorda Bay Hardcover – January 1, by Keith Guthrie (Author)/5(5). Texas Forgotten Ports book.
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Texas' Ports of EntryEconomic Impact Ports of entry within the state of Texas accounted for nearly $ billion in international trade in Texas has 29 official ports of entry that serve as critical gateways to global trade.
A variety of these ports and their economic impacts are featured below. Texas Ports of Entry Texas currently has 29 official U.S. ports of entry, more than any other state, according to the CBP website.
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"A needed addition to a little-known aspect of Texas history, the relationship of Texas to the sea." Dan Kilgore - noted Texas historian/author. Title: Texas Forgotten Ports- Mid Gulf Coast Ports from Corpus Christie to Matagorda Bay Author Name: Keith Guthrie Categories: Texas History, Texana, NewEdition: 1st Publisher: Austin, Oklahoma, Eakin Press: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Softcover Book Condition: NEW Size: 6x9 lbs: lbs Seller ID: ek Keith Guthrie is the author of Texas Forgotten Ports ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Legend Of Chipita ( avg rating, 3 ra /5.
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This is an authoritative, well-researched book with many maps and drawings of the middle Texas Gulf coast focused on little known or now deserted ports of call.
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Texas Gulf Coast ports handled more than million tons of foreign and domestic cargo in — approximately 22 percent of all U.S. port tonnage.