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HISPANIC POPULATION AND HOUSTON

This paper is on Hispanic population and houston. The research concentrates on the two distinct Hispanic groups in Houston and how they blend into civic life of Houston.

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Assignment: one HISPANIC POPULATION AND HOUSTON Houston is largest and multicultural city in the state of Texas. Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen found it on August 30, 1836. Its name comes from the old President of the Republic of Texas Sam Houston. Houston was incorporated on June 5, 1837. The main sectors of economy are energy, manufacturing, aviation, transportation, and health sectors in the city. Many languages are spoken in Houston because of influx of immigrants. The research concentrates on the two distinct Hispanic groups in Houston and how they blend into civic life of Houston. After Houston was established, the city developed economic and social issues. For example, Oil was founded in 1901 in the city, and railroad industry and port started to develop because of the discovery of oil. The oil affects the fluctuations in the city’s population. The city is very good on these issues: oil and gas exploration, basic petroleum refining, and petrochemical production. Also, it is good about other issues such as medical research and health care delivery, high-technology (computer, aerospace, environmental, etc.), government (City, state and federal), International import and export and commercial fishing. The city is good ...





... each labeled section. Labeled section help set-up the paper. If you find yourself writing about a new topic or idea you may want to break the two into paragraphs? 7) Know when to use the proper syntax; simply throwing in an inadvertent comma, semi-colon or colon is not okay. Each thought gets a period and each continuing thought a semi-colon. A list is often preceded by a colon but if the list is short, simply separate it by first, second, and so on. A first, however, should be followed by a second. And pages should be numbered… 8) Outline or think things through before you start to write and do not expect good results on the first draft particularly if it is the night before it is due.
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