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TOMBALL, TEXAS - Tomball is a city in Harris County in the U.S. state of Texas, a part of the Houston metropolitan area. Tomball was originally settled by German and European settlers in the early 1800s.The community was renamed Tomball for local congressman Thomas Henry Ball, who had a major role in the development of the Port of Houston. Rich with history and with a bright future, Tomball, Texas is a community of traditional family values, advancing technology, and geographic significance in the Houston metropolitan area.   (source: wikipedia.org)
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The Woodlands, Texas - The Woodlands is a master-planned community. The Woodlands was dedicated by George P. Mitchell in 1974, managed by The Woodlands Corporation as an extension of Mitchell Energy & Development. Mitchell, an oil businessperson, planned to establish a conference center, hotels, office parks, retail malls, schools, large distribution centers, and golf courses. The Woodlands continues to grow residentially and commercially as many companies are moving to The Woodlands. The Woodlands Town Center area includes shopping and eating facilities, a waterway resembling the San Antonio River Walk.  (source: wikipedia.org)
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Conroe, Texas - The city is named after Northern born, Union Cavalry officer and Houston lumberman Isaac Conroe. Conroe founded a sawmill there in 1881. The city originally gained in wealth due to the lumber and oil industries. Originally named "Conroe's Switch", the area saw an influx of residents in the late 19th century due to the lumber demands on the piney wood forest of the area. Nestled in the lush Piney Woods of East Texas, the city embraces you with genuine Texas friendly hospitality. Small town appeal and big city attractions make Conroe a favorite destination for family fun, travelling professionals and romantic escapes. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Cleveland, Texas - In 1854, a church and convent was built by Father Peter La Cour near the town's present site. The town began forming in 1878 when Charles Lander Cleveland, a local judge, donated 63.6 acres of land to the Houston East & West Texas Railway. The town was not incorporated until 1935. The forests around Cleveland, including Sam Houston National Forest, which is located just to its north, are a resort for many inhabitants of the Houston area, who come to camp, hike, hunt, and fish. Cleveland has several historic sites and public recreational facilities, including two parks. Commercially, Cleveland has been a shipping point for timber, lumber, and lumber byproducts since the 1870s. A large medical community, oil, gas, cattle, farm products, and sand and gravel are important to the town's economy.  (source: wikipedia.org)
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Kingwood, Texas -Kingwood is a 14,000 acre (57 km²) master-planned community located in northeast Houston, Texas, United States.[2] The majority of the community is located in Harris County with a small portion in Montgomery County. Known as the "Livable Forest," it is the largest master-planned community in Harris County and second-largest within the 10-county Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. Kingwood was created in 1971 as a joint venture between the Friendswood Development Company and King Ranch.[3] Its name was derived as part of that partnership. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Cypress, Texas -Cypress (sometimes combined as Cy-Fair for Cypress-Fairbanks, the latter now incorporated as a neighborhood of Houston) is an unincorporated area of Harris County, Texas, United States located completely inside the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston. The Cypress area is located along U.S. Highway 290 (Northwest Freeway) approximately twenty-five miles  northwest of Downtown Houston. The Cypress urban cluster ranks 50th in the top 100 highest-income urban areas in the United States.. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Humble, Texas -The city got its name from one of the original founders/settlers, Pleasant Smith "Plez" Humble, who opened the first post office in his home and later served as justice of the peace. Humble became an oil boomtown in the early 20th century when oil was first produced there. The first oil was produced a couple years after the famous Spindletop discovery in Beaumont, Texas. By 1905 the Humble oilfield was the largest producing field in Texas. The Humble oil fields are still active and have produced over 138,835,590 barrels of oil. When the oil boom receded, many land owners returned to truck farming, dairy farming and the timber industry. Humble remained a rather small, quiet city until the opening of the Houston Intercontinental Airport in 1969. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Waller, Texas -Waller is a city in Texas, United States, partly in Waller County and partly in Harris County within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. The population was 2,326 at the 2010 census. The Waller area is located along U.S. Highway 290 (Northwest Freeway) 41 miles northwest of Downtown Houston. Most land development within Waller is located near the historic town center. However, businesses oriented toward travelers are beginning to locate along the U.S. Highway 290 corridor. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Hockley, Texas - Hockley is an unincorporated community located in Harris County, Texas, United States on Texas State Highway 6 and U.S. Highway 290, approximately five miles southeast of the city hall of Waller, and thirty-six miles northwest of Downtown Houston. The community serves as the main hub for railway traffic serving Houston, Austin, and many parts of central Texas. The Southern Pacific rail line is one of the community's major employers. The community is surrounded by grain farms and cattle ranches.(source: wikipedia.org)
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Hempstead, Texas - Hempstead is a city in Waller County, Texas, United States. The community, located at the junctions of U.S. Highway 290, Texas State Highway 6, and Texas State Highway 159, is around fifty miles northwest of Downtown Houston. It is the county seat of Waller County. Hempstead is famous for its watermelon crop, and until the 1940s the town was the top shipper of watermelons in the United States. Billy DiIorio was known as the Watermelon King and Angelina DiIorio was known as the Watermelon Queen. Both resided in Hempstead, Texas. The town holds an annual Watermelon Festival in July. (source: wikipedia.org)
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Montgomery, Texas - It is the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag of Texas. July 2012 marked the 175th anniversary of the founding of Montgomery, Texas. The town of Montgomery was founded in the middle of the Lake Creek Settlement by W. W. Shepperd in July, 1837 on 200 acres of land that had originally been part of the John Corner League. The town of Montgomery, Texas was named after Montgomery County, Alabama which was named after Lemuel P. Montgomery who was killed in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (1814). Dr. Charles B. Stewart lived in Montgomery when he headed a committee appointed by Mirabeau B. Lamar to design an official flag for the Republic of Texas.  (source: wikipedia.org)
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Stagecoach, Texas - The City of Stagecoach, Texas is nestled in a beautifully wooded area of pines and oaks between Tomball and Magnolia. Stagecoach is located in the southwest corner of Montgomery County, approximately 40 miles northwest of downtown Houston and 30 miles southwest of Conroe. Stagecoach Farms Subdivision was obtained by Thomas J. Stansbury on January 15, 1847 by a land grant from the State of Texas. The name Stagecoach Farms was chosen by the developers in honor of an old stagecoach line that passed through the area during the 19th century and the small farms that dotted the area in bygone days.  (source: stagecoachtx.us)
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Shenandoah, Texas - Shenandoah is a city in Montgomery County, Texas, United States. The population was 2,134 at the 2010 census. David Vetter, the famous "boy in the plastic bubble", was from Shenandoah.[3] In 1986 the Shenandoah city council renamed Tamina School Road to David Memorial Drive in honor of Vetter..  (source: swikipedia.org)
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Magnolia, Texas - City limits encompass an area of approximately one square mile; much of this area is covered by a dense forest that fueled an earlier lumber industry. City limits encompass an area of approximately one square mile; much of this area is covered by a dense forest that fueled an earlier lumber industry  (source: wikipedia.org)
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