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. . . 8 External links The Harris County Fire Marshal's Office operates an Investigative Branch an Emergency Response Branch (Hazardous Materials Response) and Prevention Branch (Inspections) the office is headquartered at 2318 Atascocita Road in an unincorporated area. Incorporated cities operate their own fire departments, The 1st Congress of the Republic of Texas convened in October 1836 at Columbia (now West Columbia) it overturned the Mexican prohibition of slavery although it allowed slaveholders to free their slaves if they desired Stephen F Austin known as the Father of Texas died December 27 1836 after serving two months as Secretary of State for the new Republic in 1836 five sites served as temporary capitals of Texas (Washington-on-the-Brazos Harrisburg Galveston Velasco and Columbia) before President Sam Houston moved the capital to Houston in 1837 in 1839 the capital was moved to the new town of Austin by the next president Mirabeau B Lamar! . .
Harris County ESD #19 Fire Sheldon VFD .03 diesel particulate matter (DPM) - cancer Kohrville They went about with a firebrand setting fire to the plains and timber so as to drive off the mosquitos and also to get lizards and similar things which they eat to come out of the soil in the same manner they kill deer encircling them with fires and they do it also to deprive the animals of pasture compelling them to go for food where the Indians want. As early as October 27 Mexican president Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna had been preparing to quell the unrest in Texas in early 1836 Santa Anna personally led a 6,000-man force toward Texas His force was large but ill-trained. Santa Anna led the bulk of the troops to San Antonio de Bexar to besiege the Alamo Mission while General Jose de Urrea led the remaining troops up the coast of Texas. Urrea's forces soon defeated all the Texian resistance along the coast culminating in the Goliad Massacre where they executed 300 Texian prisoners of war. After a thirteen-day siege Santa Anna's forces overwhelmed the nearly 200 Texians defending the Alamo and killed the prisoners "Remember the Alamo! Remember Goliad!" became a battle cry of the Texas Revolution. . . ! . .