Texas

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This list has 27 sub-lists and 1 member. See also States of the United States, States of the Confederate States of America

  1. Buildings and structures in Texas 0 views

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  3. Texas culture

    Texas culture

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  4. Economy of Texas

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  5. Education in Texas

    Education in Texas

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  6. Events in Texas

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  7. Geography of Texas

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  8. Government of Texas

    Government of Texas

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  9. Health in Texas

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  10. History of Texas

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  11. Images of Texas

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  12. Landmarks in Texas

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  13. Texas law

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  14. Texas-related lists

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  15. Military in Texas

    Military in Texas

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  16. Native American tribes in Texas 0 views

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  17. People from Texas

    People from Texas

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  18. Politics of Texas

    Politics of Texas

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  19. Texas portals

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  20. Texas society

    Texas society

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  21. Sports in Texas

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  22. Transportation in Texas

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  24. Texas stubs

    Texas stubs

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  1. Disappearance of Virginia Carpenter

    Disappearance of Virginia Carpenter

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    Mary Virginia "Jimmie" Carpenter was a 21 year-old woman from Texarkana, Texas who went missing in Denton, Texas in the summer of 1948. Her disappearance remains unsolved. Carpenter was last seen by a taxi driver around 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1, 1948. Numerous individuals have reported seeing her over the years, most of which turned out to be false sightings. Her mother, Mrs. Hazel E. Carpenter, spent many years working with the police chasing down rumors and leads, eventually giving up hope, believing that her daughter was dead. She did, however, want her daughter found, whether she was dead or alive. In 1998, Denton police received an anonymous tip that she was buried at the campus she was supposed to attend, but it turned out fruitless. Countless man hours and almost a quarter of a million dollars was spent on the investigation. The case is cold but remains open.


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