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79th Texas Legislature, First Called Session, House Concurrent Resolution 25 79th Legislature of Texas House Concurrent Resolutions A House Concurrent Resolution introduced to proclaiming July 25, 2005, as Henry Miller Morgan Day in Texas and commemorating the dedication of a Texas State Historical Marker at the site in Tyler of the first African American barber college

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Concurrent resolution introduced by the Texas House of Representatives and Senate relating to proclaiming July 25, 2005, as Henry Miller Morgan Day in Texas and commemorating the dedication of a Texas State Historical Marker at the site in Tyler of the first African American barber college.3 p.
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Jones, JesseBermanDeuellWest, Royce
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2005 08 02
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