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TEXAS SHAPE HISTORY
History has molded Texas — literally — to form today's unmistakable shape with its sharp angles of the Panhandle, sweeping curves along Mexico and jagged edges near the Red River and the Gulf.
Now, nearly 170 years since the state's borders were defined, we eat Texas-shaped waffles, swim in Texas-shaped pools and sleep on Texas-shaped pillows.
It's something Texans take pride in and wear as a badge of honor. Plain and simple.
It began with defiance
Like everything else, there’s a story behind how Texas got its unique shape.
Map of the territorial changes from the Compromise of 1850.
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Let's start on Oct. 2, 1835 — back when Texas was still a part of Mexico. That's when rebels, who came to be known as Texians, refused to return a small, brass cannon to Mexico.
The phrase "Come and take it!" should ring a bell.
Their defiance sparked the Battle of Gonzales — considered to be the first of the Texas Revolution.
Exactly five months later, Texas declared independence from Mexico.
The Republic of Texas existed for nine years until it joined the United States on Dec. 29, 1845.
Texas was even bigger back then. It used to cover the entire state plus portions of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming.
Today's Texas shape was largely defined by the Compromise of 1850. In that deal, Texas, which was deep in debt, was offered $10 million by the U.S. government in exchange for giving up all land north and west of its modern-day boundaries.
Since then, there were attempts to divide Texas into smaller states — but none of them were successful.
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On the 8th of June 2019 what’s fondly known as The Goat Malting’s was set on fire. The Malting’s are what’s left of The Peter Walker Brewery in Burton-on-Trent. The brewery opened in 1883 a year after his death and was run by Executors until 1890 and then the trustees until 1906. Brewing ceased and the brewery was sold to the Maltster’s Yeoman’s, Cherry and Curtis in 1929 finally being demolished in the 1970’s the goat Malting’s are all that’s survived.🍻 #Burton-on-Trent #malting #history #breweryhistory #realale #ale #beer #nationalbrewerycentre #peterwalker #warrington
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