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THE TEXAS ALMANAC. P9
Normal Precipitation and Temperature.-(Continued.)
Normal Precipitation in Inches. - Temp
County- n A a > a , - a
Karnes .................... 1 26 12.2911 8413.3613.78 2.6512 4511.6113.2312.5112.0712.21129.261 ... ... ...-
Kaufman ........ .....2.292 682 9614.874.533 8312.7413 1713.2513 3113.3213.63 40.58147.2184.6166 4
Kendall .. 1.411.8311.9713 97 4.24 2.4912.6912 2613.7413.5312.7012.20 33.06 50.0 81.0165.5
Kenedy ..................... 1 24 1.3011 6311 97 3.44 2.3012.1611.65 4.3612.9811.94 1.3526.32 .. ..
Kerr ...........11.12 1.3711.6213.51 3.4212 9212.6012.41 3.0112.5812.55 1.76128 87 49.1180.5165 3
Kimble .......... ............9211.13 1 6212 9813 5612 9912.5912.11 3.2912.4311.7711.06126.45147.6180.9164.5
Kinney .. ................ .0.8110.93 1 3811.86 3 24 2.5111.9011 8612 8012.0811.3611 00 21.73150.8184.1168 7
Kleberg ...... .............. 112311.0311 1112.2714.8813 7111.7711.8114 8712 3511.7611.21128.02156.7173.1170.7
Knox ... ..... ....... 10 7810.6811.2613.6114.4113.3111.5412.1212.2913.25 1.10i0.89125.24[ ... I . .
Lamar ........... ....... 2.4512 2013 6814.3215 0913.5012 98 3.1212.7512.48 2.7912.80138 16144.3183 0164 0
Lampasas ....... ............ 1.39 1 8211.8713 8513 4413.03 1.72 1 8312 8212.68 2.3512.03128.85147.8183.1165.6
La Salle........... . ..... 0 56 1 851.3112.13 3 2611.55 1 38 2.312.681 72 1.4911.09121.331 ..- .
Lavaca ................... ....2 0412 60 2.2013 41 4.181 3.22 2.67 3.34 2.5913.41 2.8612.92134.44153 8 84.4169 8
Liberty ...................... 2 96 3 15 3 4314.49 5.78 4.5214 07 4.683.314 4213.24 5.69149 74155.2 82.9169 0
Limestone .............2 232 40 2 9715.16 4.3 2 7511.62 2.5412.2612.8513.01 14.0213.17147.4 83.6 5 8
Live Oak........ .. ..... 1.16 1.31 1.892 22 2.35 2.3212.56 1.9613.2212.20 1.57 1.56 24.32 .. .. .
Llano ................... 1.0011 1811.34(2.9812.9012.1911.33 1.8312.1112.3211.7011.36122.24149 4 85.3 67.3
Lubbock ......... ....... ... .0.3010.5611.' ,ll 9911.7013.0812.14 1.8712 6512.45 0.6010.70119.09139.1178.3158.6
Marion .............. ............4.1513.41 4.3215 81 4.1014.6613.75 3.3812.2612.3613.5015.14 46.84
Matagorda .. .......... 2.39 2 68 3.0014.15 5.11 4 46 2.5312 9715 0914 28 3.314.46 44 43
Maverick ................ ...... 0 690 85 1 0811.60 2 97 2.60 1.83 2 4212 9611.78 1.1610.81 20.75 53 5187 6171 3
McLennan ........... 2 0312.2413 2514.50 4 60 3.15 2 13 2 70 2.79 2.571 2.7112.80 35.49148 4185 9167 4
Medina ..... ..... ........... 1.18 1.5211.881 3.34 4 07 2.4012 4811.9013.0112.68 1.8011.67 27.93 53.2184.9 69.3
Menard ........... ...... ..10.94 1 22 1 08 1.63 2 82 2.4112.1712 1613.19 2.1211.53 1.20 22.47 44.9 81.7 64.5
Midland ............. ... . 10.4810.8410.5411.37 2.18 1.8111.4911.97 2.02 1.3410.8010 63 15 47143.1 81 9 62.9
Milam .............. ...... .. 89 2.6212.5614.88 4 29 2 2911.1612.2013.00 2.81 2.7313.71134.14150.3 85.9168.5
Mitchell ........ 0.55 0 77 0 9412.84 2.62 2.2512.4412.12 2 36 1.97 1 22 0 87120 95146.1182 9164.1
Montague . .. ................. 1.21 1 29 2.1013.62 4 21 3.3212.17 2 35 2.4613.18 2 24 1.54 29.69144.3183.9164.5
Nacogdoches ................ 13.33 3 88 3 9915 39 5 33 3 8014 03 2 75 3.1112 81 3 92 4.66 47.00148 2181.6165.5
Navarro ...... ............ 2.3912 4412.81 4 15 4 83 3 1612 42 2.75 2.6912.69 3.20 3.17 36 70 47.3!84 1 66.0
Newton ......... ............. 5.164 6815.8517.24 5.8614.3914.646.0113 2113.53 3.705 27 59.54..... ..
Nueces ..........................12.2312 0411 8511.80 2.7812.7411 6612 2814.0012 05 2.41 1.32 27.18 56.0182.7 70.7
Orange .......................... 3 9213.8313.18,3.70 4.76 5.0314.2815.3813.3912 47 3.3514.13 47.42 ... ..
Palo Pinto................ ....1.37 1.1911.3213 87 4.29 2.69 1.64 2 84 12.2812.35 2 04 11 75 27.631. . . .. .
Parker .. .......... . 1.4912 2213 67 4 88 3.55 2.372.437 912.4 0 2.432.402.43.1011.97 31.20144.4 83.7 64.1
Pecos ..................... ... 0 410.53 0.5510.71.41 1 76 1 9112.1512 89 1.25 0.7310 69115.03147.0181 3164 7
Potter ............ ........... 0.60 0 8610.6511.72 3.67 2.9013.1712 8112.36 1.71 1.1610 83122.55135.3176.8156.3
Red River ................... .13.8813 6914.2815 841 5.6214.4814 0313.1713 0913.1512.8914 53148.653145.0183.6165.3
Refugio ........... ........... 1.8011.53 1 9612.3413.4814.4912 28 1.8015 5613.59 1.9312.84133.601 ... ... ...
Roberts .47 0 94 0 9012 01 2.77 3.2712.73 2.63 2.3212.15 1.3510 80122.431 ... ... ..
Robertson ..................... . 1.902.812.3114.3014.69 12.7111 802 10 2.592.92 3.13 3.52 34.78 ... . ..
Runnels ........ .. .. 08010 93 1.0112 53 3.4812.59 2 04 2 28 2 8712.37 2.68 1.19 24.74145.4 83 1164.6
Rusk ...................... ...13.2713.25 4 1115.3513 9412 8213.1613.02 12 7212.94 2 73 4.44 41.751 .. ...
Scurry . 0.37 0 55 1.0113 0212.49 2.49 1.112.471.2.0812.6710.9410 86 20.07141.4 81 661.2
Shackelford .. .. ....... ... 1.06 1.0611.3112.4513 4013.2012.4912.0912 5412.4111 6011.63125.24143 7183 4163.8
Smith ............... .....13.7012 9014.0315 484.7513.0613.4312.8812.7912.6413.6513.60 2.91184.5182.616.9
Starr ......................... 0.86 0.83 0 8810.91 2 5111.84 1.3811 5713.0111.6011 0610.75117 201 ...... ..
Stonewall ... ... 0.44 0.6511.1212.74 2.71 3.44 1.6612.78 1 9813.3111.0810 99 22.90...... ..
Swisher ..................0.5110 8910.75!2.3112 7712.4413 7113.3112.70 3 11 1.1110 97 24.58137.1 77.6 37.2
Tarrant ....... .. ......... 5111.5212.1814 12 4.3613.08 2 5712.7212.46 2.69 2.5711.84 31.62 45.4 83.6 65.2
Taylor .... .. ..... .....0 90 1.0811 3812.28 3 7213 1712 4011.9713.1412.33 1 24 1.13 24.74144.2 82.8164 0
Terry ........ ........... 0 40 0 6910 841 84 1.9412.66 1 6613.4712.70 2 3010.5310.56 19.59 ... ...
Tom Green....... ............... 0 81 0 9310 9011 95 3 0612.14 2.15 2 6712.52 1.991.37 1.15 21.64 44.983 9164.6
Travis .............. 1 98 2.41 2 37 3.70 4 3212 61 2 3212.2913.7813.0112.47 2.56 33.82 49.5 83.9167.5
Tyler ............. ... 3.19 3 59 4 3414.92 5.9013.12 3 8513 8512.7412.4113.27 4 90 45.351 . ... ..
Uvalde .................... ...10.8111 2911 7212.2212.7112 8512.1312.3612.4512.2511.4911.13123.41153.4181.9169.9
Val Verde....... .......... 0.81 0 88 1 1711.94 2.38 2.4412 2612.5512.4912.0011.1910.90121.01152.3186.3169.6
Victoria .......... .. 2 25 2.35 2.1213.24 3 90 3 4413.15 3.0613.6613.2812.69 2 52135.66156 0184.0170.7
Walker ..................... 3 52 3.483 4614 704 82 4.09 2 8212 6612 80 2.8813.65 4.06142.91149.6 83.4167 0
Waller ..... 2 50 3.4913.34 4 22 5 92 2.3912 37 2 8812.60 3.42 3 0513,77 39 95 .. ..I ..
Ward . ................... 0.22 0 580 52 1 2810 821 020.800 9812 071.160 910 5410.901 .. ..
Washington .............. .... 3.21 2.96 2 9213.91 4.20 3.89 2.76 2 8912.94 2.89 3.6513 90 40.12151.5 83 8168.5
Webb ................ ....... 0.76 1 00 0.9011.57 2 46 2.12 1.75 1.9613.4812.73 1.3410.78120.93 ...
Wharton ....................... 2.56 2.6912 8313.74 3.5214.0814.01 3 4013.88 3.22 3.6013.90141.46154.6 82 0 68.6
W ichita ...................... 0 99 0.9711.8512.83 5 0613.5212 58 2.2212 6212.25 1.8811.6728 44 . ....
Williamson ......... ........... 12.8212.582.6213.9714 0113.5212 6212.4713 0412.5612.6412.62135 47147.5 82.7 66 5
W ise ............... ........ . 1.50 1.30;1.8014.6413.9913.7012.0212.5811.6912.80 2.0811.75 29.85 ..
Young .......................... 1 03 1.2211.4912.9013 92 3.6812 4312 4912 70 2.45 1 9811.47127 76 ... ... ..
Zavalla ............ .. 11.1511 10'1 1212 3012 1212 8012 2412 3312 53 1 9711.0010 72121.38 ... ... ..
CAPITALS OF TEXAS. Houston-Seat of government removed to Hous-
Washington (on the Brazos)-Declaration of In- on in 1842due to fear of attack on Austin.
declared here ngton (on the Brazos)-President Houston
dependence declared here removed seat of government to this city.
Harrisburg-Seat of government removed to this nstemo --Moed back to Austin in 1845.
city by President David G. Burnet, few weeks after
declaration of independence. TEXAS' LARGEST TREE.
Galveston, Velasco and Quintana-During the a- Texas' largest tree is a giant live oak growing at
proach of Gen. Santa Ana the capital was moved Rio Frlo, situated in the valley of the Frio River
from point to point. After the battle of San Ja- in the southeastern part of Real County. It is
cinto the treaty was held at Velasco. - owned by J. 0. Cunningham. This great tree was
Columbia-Transferred to this city October. 1836. measured recently by State officials and its girth
Here first permanent government was formed and was given as twenty-six and one-half feet, and the
first laws of the Republic were enacted, spread of its branches at 100 feel. One of the first
Houston-Removed to this city in May. 1837. schools in this part of the State was built under its
Austin-Made the capital of Texas by act of branches in 1866, and church services were held fre-
Congress in 1839. quently in its shade.

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