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Historical Facts about Houston Bush
1836--On Apr. 21, General Sam Houston's Texas army wins independence from Mex ico in the Battle of San Jacinto.
1836--Houston founded on Aug. 30 by brothers Augustus C. and John K. Allen, who pay just over $1.40 per acre for 6,642 acres of land near the headwaters of Buffalo Bayou.
1837--General Sam Houston, first president of the Republic of Texas, signs an act authorizing Houston to incorporate. Houston was capital of the Republic from 1837 to 1840.
1842--Texas' oldest newspaper, The Galveston Daily News, starts publication.
1853--Houston's first railroad--the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos & Colorado Railroad--begins operations.
1866--First National Bank founded.
1880--First telephone exchange created.
1882--Houston Electric Light Co. organized. Houston and New York were the first cities to build electric power plants.
1901--Oil discovered at Spindletop. Spindletop, and later discoveries of oil at Humble in 1905 and Goose Creek in 1906, put Houston in the center of new oil and oilfield equipment development.
1962--NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center moves to Houston.
Fun Facts about IAH / Houston Bush Airport
Houston Intercontinental Airport IAH - now one of the top five airports in the world - made the top airport list for on-time departures recently. It provides the City of Houston and the entire Gulf Coast region with first-class facilities and a wide range of aviation services, and it continues to attract more air carriers and add more destination points.
According to 'Trusted Traveler Network', Houston Intercontinental is one of the most international-friendly points of entry for foreign travelers.
With five long runways and an estimated 40.5 million passengers in 2012, Houston Intercontinental Airport is now hub to the world's largest airline, United Airlines (which recently merged with Continental Airlines), and is served by a multitude of major airlines offering direct and connecting flights to countless destinations in the U.S. and around the world.
Houston Airport System launched Aviation Club to boost the next generation of Aviation and Aerospace leaders.
The airport is guarded by special rangers. Airport Rangers are mounted security patrol made up of volunteers, including off-duty law enforcement officers that ride their horses along the perimeter of the 13,000 acre Bush Intercontinental Airport.