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      Texas State Information
Texas is the second largest state in United States. It is located on west south-central of US. It is the 2nd largest state by population. The Texas state total population is 24,782,302 in 2009 estimation. Texas State total area is 268,820 sq mi. The Texas state is size wise 2nd largest state by total area. Texas State?s nickname is The Lone Star State. State capital city is Austin and largest city is Houston. Texas is bordered on the north by Oklahoma and Arkansas, east by Arkansas and Louisiana, west by New Mexico and south by Mexico. The Texas state total boundary length is 3,029 mi. Texas State has variable weather. It has no measurable snowfall during all the years. It has two basic seasons that is hot summer that may last from April through October and a winter that starts in November and usually lasts until March. State total forest land is covered by 17,149,000 acres in The Texas state total land area. Most forested land practically includes all commercial timberland. In agriculture production The Texas state has 2nd rank among the United States. It is a major industry in Texas. Texas major outputs are cotton, grain sorghum, hay, watermelons, cabbages, and spinach. Fishing is the largest commercial industry in Texas State. Texas economy is based on agriculture. The Texas state?s leading industrial products are refined petroleum, industrial organic chemicals and oil-field machinery.

      Texas Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Texas State culture has Mexican, Dixie and frontier influences. Texas has many popular events to celebrate the culture of Texans. Texas also has an influx of people moving from the central United States to find oil. The Texas state has many traditional rodeos. Texas State has established a traditional culture in the 18th and 19th century. The Texas state has many historic sites. Texas has numerous cultural and entertainment attractions. Texas encompasses many tourist sites. Texas has eleven major league professional sports teams. It has two NFL teams, two Major League Baseball teams, three NBA teams and one National Hockey League team. It has also two Major League Soccer teams. They have won Super Bowl five times. They also have a very solid baseball program. The University Interscholastic League has organized the primary and secondary school competitions.

      Texas State Demographics
Texas total population - 20,851,820
Texas male population - 10,352,910
Texas female population - 10,498,910
Texas white population - 14,799,505
Texas black population - 2,404,566
Texas American Indian and Alaska Native - 118,362
Texas Asian population - 562,319
Texas Hispanic or Latino population - 6,669,666

      Texas School Information
Mirabeau B. Lamar is the Father of Texas Education. He is the second president of the Republic of Texas. Public school education was founded in his term. Education has significant impact on the Texas economy. On American Education Texas has 26th rank in the American Legislative Exchange Council's Report Card. Texas higher education system expands the productive capacity of the Texas economy. Texas State has many collages and universities. Texas State has nation?s 17th best rank in universities education as per U.S. News & World Report. Texas has six state university systems and four independent public universities.

Texas State Symbols

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Texas State Flag
Texas State Slogan
It's Like a Whole Other Country
Texas State Song
Texas, Our Texas

Image of Texas state motto

Image of Texas state large mammal

Image of Texas state small mammal
Texas State Motto
Friendship
Texas State Large Mammal
Texas longhorn
Texas State Small Mammal
Nine-banded Armadillo

Image of Texas state fish

Image of Texas state flower

Image of Texas state insect
Texas State Fish
Guadalupe bass
Texas State Flower
bluebonnets
Texas State Insect
monarch butterfly

Image of Texas state dance

Image of Texas state soil

Image of Texas state bird
Texas State Dance
Square dance
Texas State Soil
Houston Black
Texas State Bird
Northern Mockingbird

Image of Texas state tree

Image of Texas state ship

Image of Texas state vegetable
Texas State Tree
Pecan
Texas State Ship
USS Texas
Texas State Vegetable
Sweet onion

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Image of Texas state shell

Image of Texas state dinosaur
Texas State Fruit
Texas Red Grapefruit
Texas State Shell
Prickly Whelk
Texas State Dinosaur
Paluxysaurus jonesi

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Image of Texas state reptile
Texas State Fossil
Pleurocoelus
Texas State Reptile
Texas horned lizard

      Texas State History
Texas lies between the two cultural spheres of Pre-Columbian North America. They are Southwestern and the Plains. Archaeologists have found three major indigenous cultures. They have reached in this time and developed before the first European contact. The first Europeans arrived in the 16th century. The first European to enter Texas was Spanish explorer Alonso Alvarez de Pineda. In 1685 Texas was ignored by the European powers. The colony lasted only four years before succumbing to harsh conditions and hostile natives. After Native American resistance the Spanish missionaries returned to Mexico. In the year of 1716 Spanish authorities responded by a new series of missions in East Texas. In Texas after two years San Antonio was established as the first Spanish civilian settlement. Mexican War of Independence included the Texas territory in 1821. Mexican Texas liberalized its immigration policies to permit immigrants from outside Mexico and Spain. After 1822 The Texas state?s population grew rapidly. Mexican authorities decided to prohibit continued immigration from United States in 1834. In 1835 Texans formed Committees of Correspondence and Safety. On 1836 during the political turmoil, Mexican President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna personally led an army to end the revolt. Texas new government joined the other settlers in Texas in the Runaway Scrape fleeing from the approaching Mexican army. Ending the war the Anna was captured and forced to sign the Treaties of Velasco. In 1813 The Texas state declared its independence from Spain and its intention of becoming a Mexican state with its capital at San Antonio. Texas is major agricultural state and an industrial giant.

      Texas State Tourist Information
Tourism supports the Texas State?s economy. Tourism industry supports about 468,000 jobs. The Texas state has seven major tourist regions offering outstanding attractions. South Texas has the Alamo which is most famous historic site. The Texas state has Gulf Coast region of southeastern Texas offering the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, the Astrodome sports stadium and adjacent Astroworld amusement park and a profusion of museums, galleries and shops. It has also Spindletop Park commemorating The Texas state's first great oil gusher, Galveston's sandy beaches, deep-sea fishing and Sea-Arama Marineworld and the Padre Island National Seashore. The Hill Country of south-central Texas encompasses many tourist sites.

      Texas State Transportation
The Texas state?s highway systems are maintained by Texas Department of Transportation. Since the 1948 The Texas state has opened the Gulf Freeways. The Texas state has largest highway and railway systems. State?s leading highways are I-10 and I-20. Texas has 33 foreign trade zones in the nation. Texas State has many airports. Texas largest airport is Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the Texas?s second largest airport. On 1853 The Texas state was operating the first railroad. This has been completed in 1872 and using this road can enter Texas from the north. Texas has 13 major seaports and many shallow-water ports.

      Texas Taxes
Texas State Tax Rate Range Low 0.0% High 0.0%
Texas State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate - Highest flat rate
Texas State Personal Exemptions Single - Married ? Dependents
Texas State Sales Tax Rate on Food 6.25%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Texas State Total Tax on Gasoline 20.0%, on Diesel Fuel 20.0%
Texas State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 141( per pack)
Texas State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.19($ per gallon)
Texas State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.20($ per gallon)

      Texas Universities
Rice University - 5,024 Students
The University of Texas at Austin - 49,697 Students
Texas A & M University - 45,380 Students
Trinity University - 2,698 Students
Texas State Technical College-Waco - 4,209 Students
Southwestern University - 1,277 Students
Southern Methodist University - 10,941 Students
South Texas College - 18,460 Students
Texas Christian University - 8,865 Students
Baylor University - 14,040 Students

      Texas Religions
Roman Catholic - 28%
Baptist - 21%
No religion - 11%
Methodist - 8%
Christian - Others - 7%
Lutheran - 3%
Pentecostal - 3%
Presbyterian - 2%
Non-denominational - 2%
Mormon - 2%
Episcopalian - 1%
Islam - 1%
Jehovah's Witnesses - 1%
Assemblies of God - 1%
Church of God - 1%
Other - 2%

      Texas Counties
Anderson County, Texas - Population 55,109
Andrews County, Texas - Population 13,004
Angelina County, Texas - Population 80,130
Aransas County, Texas - Population 22,497
Archer County, Texas - Population 8,854
Armstrong County, Texas - Population 2,148
Atascosa County, Texas - Population 38,628
Austin County, Texas - Population 23,590
Bailey County, Texas - Population 6,594
Bandera County, Texas - Population 17,645
Bastrop County, Texas - Population 57,733
Baylor County, Texas - Population 4,093
Bee County, Texas - Population 32,359
Bell County, Texas - Population 237,974
Bexar County, Texas - Population 1,392,931
Blanco County, Texas - Population 8,418
Borden County, Texas - Population 729
Bosque County, Texas - Population 17,204
Bowie County, Texas - Population 89,306
Brazoria County, Texas - Population 241,767
Brazos County, Texas - Population 152,415
Brewster County, Texas - Population 8,866
Briscoe County, Texas - Population 1,790
Brooks County, Texas - Population 7,976
Brown County, Texas - Population 37,674
Burleson County, Texas - Population 16,470
Burnet County, Texas - Population 34,147
Caldwell County, Texas - Population 32,194
Calhoun County, Texas - Population 20,647
Callahan County, Texas - Population 12,905
Cameron County, Texas - Population 335,227
Camp County, Texas - Population 11,549
Carson County, Texas - Population 6,516
Cass County, Texas - Population 30,438
Castro County, Texas - Population 8,285
Chambers County, Texas - Population 26,031
Cherokee County, Texas - Population 46,659
Childress County, Texas - Population 7,688
Clay County, Texas - Population 11,006
Cochran County, Texas - Population 3,730
Coke County, Texas - Population 3,864
Coleman County, Texas - Population 9,235
Collin County, Texas - Population 491,675
Collingsworth County, Texas - Population 3,206
Colorado County, Texas - Population 20,390
Comal County, Texas - Population 78,021
Comanche County, Texas - Population 14,026
Concho County, Texas - Population 3,966
Cooke County, Texas - Population 36,363
Coryell County, Texas - Population 74,978
Cottle County, Texas - Population 1,904
Crane County, Texas - Population 3,996
Crockett County, Texas - Population 4,099
Crosby County, Texas - Population 7,072
Culberson County, Texas - Population 2,975
Dallam County, Texas - Population 6,222
Dallas County, Texas - Population 2,294,706
Dawson County, Texas - Population 14,985
Deaf Smith County, Texas - Population 18,561
Delta County, Texas - Population 5,327
Denton County, Texas - Population 584,238
DeWitt County, Texas - Population 20,013
Dickens County, Texas - Population 2,762
Dimmit County, Texas - Population 10,248
Donley County, Texas - Population 3,828
Duval County, Texas - Population 13,120
Eastland County, Texas - Population 18,297
Ector County, Texas - Population 121,123
Edwards County, Texas - Population 2,162
Ellis County, Texas - Population 111,360
El Paso County, Texas - Population 721,598
Erath County, Texas - Population 33,001
Falls County, Texas - Population 18,576
Fannin County, Texas - Population 31,242
Fayette County, Texas - Population 21,804
Fisher County, Texas - Population 4,344
Floyd County, Texas - Population 7,771
Foard County, Texas - Population 1,622
Fort Bend County, Texas - Population 354,452
Franklin County, Texas - Population 9,458
Freestone County, Texas - Population 17,867
Frio County, Texas - Population 16,252
Gaines County, Texas - Population 14,467
Galveston County, Texas - Population 277,563
Garza County, Texas - Population 4,872
Gillespie County, Texas - Population 20,814
Glasscock County, Texas - Population 1,406
Goliad County, Texas - Population 6,928
Gonzales County, Texas - Population 18,628
Gray County, Texas - Population 22,744
Grayson County, Texas - Population 110,595
Gregg County, Texas - Population 111,379
Grimes County, Texas - Population 23,552
Guadalupe County, Texas - Population 89,023
Hale County, Texas - Population 36,602
Hall County, Texas - Population 3,782
Hamilton County, Texas - Population 8,229
Hansford County, Texas - Population 5,369
Hardeman County, Texas - Population 4,724
Hardin County, Texas - Population 48,073
Harris County, Texas - Population 3,693,050
Harrison County, Texas - Population 62,110
Hartley County, Texas - Population 5,537
Haskell County, Texas - Population 6,093
Hays County, Texas - Population 97,589
Hemphill County, Texas - Population 3,351
Henderson County, Texas - Population 73,277
Hidalgo County, Texas - Population 569,463
Hill County, Texas - Population 32,321
Hockley County, Texas - Population 22,716
Hood County, Texas - Population 41,100
Hopkins County, Texas - Population 31,960
Houston County, Texas - Population 23,185
Howard County, Texas - Population 33,627
Hudspeth County, Texas - Population 3,344
Hunt County, Texas - Population 76,596
Hutchinson County, Texas - Population 23,857
Irion County, Texas - Population 1,771
Jack County, Texas - Population 8,763
Jackson County, Texas - Population 14,391
Jasper County, Texas - Population 35,604
Jeff Davis County, Texas - Population 2,207
Jefferson County, Texas - Population 252,051
Jim Hogg County, Texas - Population 5,281
Jim Wells County, Texas - Population 39,326
Johnson County, Texas - Population 126,811
Jones County, Texas - Population 20,785
Karnes County, Texas - Population 15,446
Kaufman County, Texas - Population 71,313
Kendall County, Texas - Population 23,743
Kenedy County, Texas - Population 414
Kent County, Texas - Population 859
Kerr County, Texas - Population 43,653
Kimble County, Texas - Population 4,468
King County, Texas - Population 356
Kinney County, Texas - Population 3,379
Kleberg County, Texas - Population 31,549
Knox County, Texas - Population 4,253
McLennan County, Texas - Population 213,517
McMullen County, Texas - Population 851
Madison County, Texas - Population 12,940
Marion County, Texas - Population 10,941
Martin County, Texas - Population 4,746
Mason County, Texas - Population 3,738
Matagorda County, Texas - Population 37,957
Maverick County, Texas - Population 47,297
Medina County, Texas - Population 39,304
Menard County, Texas - Population 2,360
Midland County, Texas - Population 116,009
Milam County, Texas - Population 24,238
Mills County, Texas - Population 5,151
Mitchell County, Texas - Population 9,698
Montague County, Texas - Population 19,117
McCulloch County, Texas - Population 8,205
Montgomery County, Texas - Population 293,768
Moore County, Texas - Population 20,121
Morris County, Texas - Population 13,048
Motley County, Texas - Population 1,426
Nacogdoches County, Texas - Population 59,203
Navarro County, Texas - Population 45,124
Newton County, Texas - Population 15,072
Nolan County, Texas - Population 15,802
Nueces County, Texas - Population 313,645
Ochiltree County, Texas - Population 9,006
Oldham County, Texas - Population 2,185
Orange County, Texas - Population 84,966
Palo Pinto County, Texas - Population 27,026
Panola County, Texas - Population 22,756
Parker County, Texas - Population 88,495
Parmer County, Texas - Population 10,016
Pecos County, Texas - Population 16,809
Polk County, Texas - Population 41,133
Potter County, Texas - Population 113,546
Presidio County, Texas - Population 7,304
Rains County, Texas - Population 9,139
Randall County, Texas - Population 104,312
Reagan County, Texas - Population 3,326
Real County, Texas - Population 3,047
Red River County, Texas - Population 14,314
Reeves County, Texas - Population 13,137
Refugio County, Texas - Population 7,828
Roberts County, Texas - Population 887
Robertson County, Texas - Population 16,000
Rockwall County, Texas - Population 43,080
Runnels County, Texas - Population 11,495
Rusk County, Texas - Population 47,372
Sabine County, Texas - Population 10,469
San Augustine County, Texas - Population 8,946
San Jacinto County, Texas - Population 22,246
San Patricio County, Texas - Population 67,138
San Saba County, Texas - Population 6,186
Schleicher County, Texas - Population 2,935
Scurry County, Texas - Population 16,361
Shackelford County, Texas - Population 3,302
Shelby County, Texas - Population 25,224
Sherman County, Texas - Population 3,186
Smith County, Texas - Population 174,706
Somervell County, Texas - Population 6,809
Starr County, Texas - Population 53,597
Stephens County, Texas - Population 9,674
Sterling County, Texas - Population 1,393
Stonewall County, Texas - Population 1,693
Sutton County, Texas - Population 4,077
Swisher County, Texas - Population 8,378
Tarrant County, Texas - Population 1,446,219
Taylor County, Texas - Population 126,555
Terrell County, Texas - Population 1,081
Terry County, Texas - Population 12,761
Throckmorton County, Texas - Population 1,850
Titus County, Texas - Population 28,118
Tom Green County, Texas - Population 104,010
Travis County, Texas - Population 812,280
Trinity County, Texas - Population 13,779
Tyler County, Texas - Population 20,871
Upshur County, Texas - Population 35,291
Upton County, Texas - Population 3,404
Uvalde County, Texas - Population 25,926
Val Verde County, Texas - Population 44,856
Van Zandt County, Texas - Population 48,140
Victoria County, Texas - Population 84,088
Walker County, Texas - Population 61,758
Waller County, Texas - Population 32,663
Ward County, Texas - Population 10,909
Washington County, Texas - Population 30,373
Webb County, Texas - Population 193,117
Wharton County, Texas - Population 41,188
Wheeler County, Texas - Population 5,284
Wichita County, Texas - Population 131,664
Wilbarger County, Texas - Population 14,676
Willacy County, Texas - Population 20,082
Williamson County, Texas - Population 249,967
Wilson County, Texas - Population 32,408
Winkler County, Texas - Population 7,173
Wise County, Texas - Population 48,793
Wood County, Texas - Population 36,752
Yoakum County, Texas - Population 7,322
Young County, Texas - Population 17,943
Zapata County, Texas - Population 12,182
Zavala County, Texas - Population 11,600

      Texas State Government
Texas has eight constitutions. The present constitution was adopted in 1876. Texas governor is elected on four-year term. Texas election system has led to some executive branches split between parties. The Texas state consists of the House of Representatives with 150 members and a Senate with 31 members. The Texas state does not have townships? areas within a county are either incorporated or unincorporated. The Texas judiciary comprises the Supreme Court and The Texas state court of criminal appeals. The Texas state?s highest court is Supreme Court. The court of criminal appeals has final jurisdiction in most criminal cases. There is a presiding judge and eight judges. They are also elected to staggered six-year terms. The Texas state has 254 counties, 1196 municipal governments and 2245 special districts. County judge elect at large from the entire county. Each county runs on Commissioners' Court system.

      Texas State Economy
Texas is the one of the grate and economic growing state in the united state. In 2011 Texas has 51 Fortune 500 companies. As of 2011 the gross product of Texas was $1.332 trillion and second richest state in the united state by GDP and world 15th state. As of 2010 Texas was the business-friendly state by the Site Selection Magazine. Agriculture and mining are the main income sources of Texas. It is a huge exporter in the nation. Texas agriculture outputs are cattle, broilers, eggs, hogs, sheep, lambs, turkeys, cotton, corn, hay, wheat, sorghum, peanuts, rice, cane and watermelons. The manufacturing outputs of Texas are raw materials, electronic devices, chemicals and food items. The main mined outputs are oil, natural gas, cement, lime and salt. Fishing is also income for Texas. The commercials of Texas are community, personal, petroleum, wholesale, and retail, insurance and real estate services.

      Texas State Parks
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument - Fritch, TX: There are no fees. Tours usually leave daily at 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Amistad National Recreation Area - Del Rio, TX: There are collected the $4.00 per day per 24 hour period or $40.00 annually. Opening hours are10 p.m. and 8 a.m. Big Bend National Park - The big bend of the Rio Grande, TX: The park is open 24 hours daily, all year. Open at daily 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Big Thicket National Preserve - Beaumont, TX: There are no fees. Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. Chamizal National Memorial - El Paso, TX: Park Grounds are open daily from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm. El Camino Real de Los Tejas National Historic Trail - Santa Fe, NM, TX and LA: There are no user or entry fees. El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail ? NM and TX: There are no user or entry fees. Fort Davis National Historic Site - Fort Davis, TX: Park Entrance fee is $3.00 per person for visitors 16 years and older. Children 15 and under are free. Open: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Guadalupe Mountains National Park - Salt Flat, TX: The entrance fee is $5.00 per person for adults 16 years of age and older. This fee is good for 7 days. Lake Meredith National Recreation Area - Fritch, TX: There are no entrance fees. Opening hours are 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM. Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park - Johnson City, TX: There is no fee to visit. San Antonio Missions National Historical Park - San Antonio, TX: There are no charged. Open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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