as shared by Brazos County Historical Museum
Join the Brazoria County Historical Museum on Thursday, September 14, at 6:30 p.m. as it hosts author Chase Untermeyer who will discuss his book When Things Went Right: The Dawn of the Reagan-Bush Administration.
In January 1981 Chase Untermeyer began his service in Washington as executive assistant to Vice President Bush. Untermeyer, who has kept a daily journal since the age of nine, captures the beginning of the Reagan-Bush era. In his book, drawn from his personal journal, he reveals insightful accounts of what was going on behind the scenes in the Reagan and later the Bush administration. He includes insider’s view of how foreign policy was made, the beginning of conservative principles on domestic, political, and foreign affairs, and his personal interaction with diplomats from around the world. Untermeyer has written an insightful and informative book that provides us with an historical reference to a critical period in U.S history.
Texas Gulf Coast Region Map comprises 42 counties. Located on its outer perimeter are 624 coastal miles down to Mexico. It includes 11 barrier islands, including the largest two: Mustang and Galveston bringing lots of visitors to the Texas Gulf Coast. At the widest geographic area of the Texas Gulf Coast Region Map is the inland city of Houston, with a metropolitan population of over 6 million people.
Texas A&M Graduate-Galveston, Brenda Bowling has created photo-based marine life identification web site for users of all expertise and backgrounds. Brenda Bowling is currently working with the Texas Parks & Wildlife as a natural resource specialist monitoring marine species along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Bringing you several last-minute ideas for gifts if you live in or visiting Corpus Christi, Port Aransas, Rockport or Houston. We encourage you to support local Texas Gulf Coast manufacturers.
Volunteer to benefit the Texas beaches on Dunes Day on Saturday 19, 2013. Last year on Dunes Day, 250 volunteers of residents, groups and local troops came out to Quintana Park Beach. Also, Stahlman Park on Bluewater Highway, Surfside is a meeting place for volunteers.