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Read a transcript of the 1873 Richardson Dedication Deed.

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A Guide to the History of Richardson, Texas
See and hear author Steven Butler discuss Volume One of his "Sesquicentennial History of Richardson, Texas" on the City of Richardson's 150th Website.

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NOW AVAILABLE!
VOL. ONE of A Sesquicentennial History of RICHARDSON, TEXAS,
Or, How a Tiny Railroad Town Became
One of the Biggest Small Cities in the Lone State State

By Steven R. Butler, Author of John Neely Bryan: The Father of Dallas
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A Sesquicentennal History of Richardson, Texas

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