The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 1, July 1897 - April, 1898 Page: 25
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History of Texas Geography. 25
Her political subdivisions, however, will continue. Areas which
produced 350,628 bales of cotton in 1870, and 3,154,000 in 1894,
6,000,000 bushels of corn in 1850, and 107,000,000 in 1895; which
had only 571 miles of railway in 1870, and 9500 in 1895, and have
made giant strides in all those things that contribute to human
happiness and human greatness, will allow no pent-up Utica to cir-
cumscribe their powers, but will continue to burst their bands and
readjust themselves to the constant demands of new conditions as
long as' civilization shall endure.
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