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13 See also (25.6) 85.2 On April 1 2001 the WWE (then known as the WWF) hosted WrestleMania X-Seven which set an all-time record attendance for the Astrodome of 67,925 the main event of the card saw Texas native "Stone Cold" Steve Austin challenge and defeat WWF Champion the Rock in a No Disqualification Match for the Rock's Championship the card also featured the first of Houston native the Undertaker's three WrestleMania victories over Triple H and the second Tables Ladders and Chairs Match between Edge & Christian the Dudley Boyz and the Hardy Boyz the card is perceived by many fans and wrestling historians to be the greatest WrestleMania ever, 13 References Contents Native Americans in East Texas began to settle in villages shortly after 500 BC farming and building the first burial mounds They were influenced by the Mississippian culture which had major sites throughout the Mississippi basin in the Trans-Pecos area populations were influenced by Mogollon culture. The Astrodome was joined by a new neighbor in 2002 the retractable-roofed Reliant Stadium (now known as NRG Stadium) which was built to house Houston's new NFL franchise the Houston Texans the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo moved to the new venue in 2003 leaving the Astrodome without any major tenants the last concert at the Astrodome was George Strait & the Ace in the Hole Band during the 2002 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo before a record crowd of 68,266; the performance was recorded in For the Last Time: Live from the Astrodome. Average precipitation days (= 0.01 in) 7.2 7.8 9.6 11.5 12.2 10.7 10.3 8.4 9.5 11.8 10.4 7.8 117.2 3 Extreme weather 5.1 Texian retreat: the Runaway Scrape.
. Education Taxation The racial and ethnic makeup of the county was 41.8% Hispanic or Latino the population was 31.4% non-Hispanic white 19.5% non-Hispanic black 1.1% Native American 7.0% Asian 0.1% Pacific Islander [Harris County Demographics], When World War II started tonnage levels at the port decreased and shipping activities were suspended; however the war did provide economic benefits for the city Petrochemical refineries and manufacturing plants were constructed along the ship channel because of the demand for petroleum and synthetic rubber products by the defense industry during the war. Ellington Field initially built during World War I was revitalized as an advanced training center for bombardiers and navigators the Brown Shipbuilding Company was founded in 1942 to build ships for the U.S Navy during World War II Due to the boom in defense jobs thousands of new workers migrated to the city both blacks and whites competing for the higher-paying jobs President Roosevelt had established a policy of nondiscrimination for defense contractors and blacks gained some opportunities especially in shipbuilding although not without resistance from whites and increasing social tensions that erupted into occasional violence Economic gains of blacks who entered defense industries continued in the postwar years. .