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Beaumont (Texas)

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  • Beaumont (Texas) — Beaumont Jefferson County Courthouse Lage von Beaumont in Texas …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Beaumont (Texas) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Beaumont es una ciudad ubicada al sudeste de Texas en los Estados Unidos, que en el año 2000 contaba con una población de 113,866 habitantes. Se encuentra enfrente del sitio hasta donde es navegable el río Neches,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Beaumont, Texas — Infobox Settlement official name = City of Beaumont website = [http://www.cityofbeaumont.com www.cityofbeaumont.com] settlement type = City imagesize = image caption = mapsize = 250px map caption = Location in the state of Texas mapsize1 = 250px… …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont (Texas) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Beaumont. 30° 04′ 48″ N 94° 07′ 36″ W …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Climate of Beaumont, Texas — The Climate of Beaumont, Texas covers the averages and extremes in past weather seen within the city of Beaumont, Texas, and is within the humid subtropical climate regime.[1] This city is within the Piney Woods, which cover the eastern region of …   Wikipedia

  • St. Anthony Cathedral, Beaumont, Texas — Saint Anthony Cathedral Basilica in Beaumont, Texas is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Beaumont.FoundationAlthough St. Anthony Cathedral itself was built in 1903, its roots reach back into the nineteenth century. Early history… …   Wikipedia

  • Forest Park High School, Beaumont, Texas 1962 - 1982 — outh Park ISD and West BrookThis article is significant because it relates to the most influential trends in mid 20th century United States history, the Post World War II baby boom and Desegregation. Also, Forest Park and the other South Park ISD …   Wikipedia

  • Oaks Historic District (Beaumont, Texas) — McFaddin Ward House, now a museum. The Oaks Historic District, is a collection of historic homes and businesses in Beaumont, Texas. The area is roughly bound by I 10 to the north and Smart St. to the south and from 11th St. on the west to 1st St …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Calder (Beaumont, Texas) — Alexander Calder (1806 August 23, 1853), a New Yorker, became the first mayor of Beaumont, Texas, on August 8, 1840.On July 28, 1840, an election was held under the Incorporation Act, and on August 8, Beaumont s first elected officials were sworn …   Wikipedia

  • Politics of Beaumont, Texas — …   Wikipedia

  • Beaumont Commercial District — U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district …   Wikipedia