is about life in TEXAS along the Brazos River.

   This is a TEXAS river. It starts in TEXAS and drains water from only TEXAS.


A history of life along the Brazos River.  

This is a page of links. Each link tells a story or describes the early settlers lives in Fort Bend County, Texas. Fort Bend is the county just southwest of  Houston, Texas. Early communities are listed by name. A description of  each early railroad is included.

Featured are articles on the history of Fort Bend County;

1908 photos of a sugar mill

Tracing the route of the Sugar Land Railroad

 The Shape of the Republic of Texas as it would appear on a modern map of the United States, [Compliments of Bruce Grethen, member of the Fort Bend County Historical Commission in the year 2015] [PDF]


A history of floods on the Brazos River including a trip on the flooded Brazos River and Brazos River historical flood articles.                     

Featured articles;

A ride on  the swollen Brazos River


Includes information from, about and useful to today's Brazos River residents.   

Features an article;

Death of a grave


A listing and discription, in outline form, of the pages in this web site. You can see at a glance what page may be of interest. You  can click the page link for a view.

Archives of History for Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, The Republic of Texas, and others in Texas


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