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Today in Texas History

Today In Texas History – July 25

1838 – In Houston, the first Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge in Texas was organized.

1953 – Staff Sgt. Ambrosio Guillen died near Songuch-on, Korea. He received the Medal of Honor for valor for his actions. He came from a Mexican American family and grew up in El Paso, Texas.

1974 – In Galveston, the restored Ashton Villa was opened to the public. The house was built in 1859 and was one of the first brick structures in Texas.

1999 – Nolan Ryan was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.

2011 – The Texas Rangers defeated the Minnesota Twins 20-6.

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Today in Old Western History

Today in Old West History

July 25, 1853 – In a macabre instance of rough frontier justice, California Rangers claim a $6,000 award by bringing in the severed head—preserved in whiskey—of outlaw Joaquin Murrieta.
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