The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 19, July 1915 - April, 1916 Page: 64
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64 The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
very beginning to unite for the public good, how they worked to-
gether in the midst of adverse, often most discouraging, condi-
tions, especially after the first two years, but were always deter-
mined to get deep water, to have a ship channel, and to make of
Houston a great cotton market. Always believing that the future
held the prize, they despised not the day of small things, while
constantly striving to attain the great ones.
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