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    Brownsville () is a cities in Cameron County in the U.S. state of Texas. It is on the western Gulf Coast in South Texas, adjacent to the border with Matamoros, Mexico. The cities covers 81.528 square miles (211.157 km2) and has a population of 182,781 as of 2019. It is the 131st-largest cities in the United States and 16th-largest in Texas. It is part of the Brownsville–Matamoros conurbation. The cities is known for its year-round subtropical climate, deep-water seaport, and Hispanic culture.The cities was founded in 1848 by American entrepreneur Charles Stillman after he developed a successful river boat company nearby. It was named after Major Jacob Brown, who fought and died while serving as a U.S. Army soldier during the Mexican–American War (1846–48). Due to its county seat classification, the cities and county government are major employers. Other primary employers fall within the service, trade and manufacturing industries, including a growing aerospace and space transportation sector. It operates international trading through the Port of Brownsville. The cities experienced a population increase in the early 1900s when steel production flourished. It is frequently cited as having one of the highest poverty rates in the United States.Due to significant historical events, the cities has multiple houses and battle sites listed under the National Register of Historic Places. It was the scene of several key events of the American Civil War, such as the Battle of Brownsville and the Battle of Palmito Ranch. The cities was also involved in the Texas Revolution as well as the Mexican–American War. Brownsville's idiosyncratic geographic location has made it a wildlife refuge center. Several state parks and historical sites are protected by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.


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    Brownsville Isd is located at 1900 Price Rd Brownsville,Tx,78521 Brownsville Isd phone number is (956)548-8000. The school district has 45578 students, 2956 teachers.



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    • Gladys Porter Zoo : Gladys Porter Zoo is a zoological and botanical park located in Brownsville, Texas. The zoo officially opened on September 3, 1971, and currently averages 375,000 visitors annually. Situated on 31 acres, the zoo houses about 400 animal species and over 250 tropical and neo-tropical species and subspecies. It is the first zoo to have successfully bred the vulnerable Jentink's Duiker. The zoo is named after Gladys Porter, the daughter of Earl C. Sams, former president of J. C. Penney. Porter, a wildlife enthusiast, helped to plan and stock the zoo, which was entirely funded by the Earl C. Sams Foundation. After its opening, the zoo was given to the city of Brownsville. Wikipedia
    • Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park : Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park near Brownsville, Texas is a National Park Service unit which preserves the grounds of the May 8, 1846, Battle of Palo Alto. It was the first major conflict in a border dispute that soon precipitated the Mexican–American War. The United States Army victory here made the invasion of Mexico possible. The historic site portrays the battle and the war, and its causes and consequences, from the perspectives of both the United States and Mexico. The National Park Service has acquired a little more than a third of the authorized land for the park, including the 300 acres southern core battlefield tract, which served as the location for Mexican forces during the Battle of Palo Alto. Private landowners still control some 2,000 acres of the battlefield. Honey Mesquite, although a native plant, is present in an unusually high concentration, altering the cultural landscape and threatening the natural and cultural resources at the park. The park's visitor center features exhibits about the battle and the Mexican–American War, as well as a 15-minute video titled "War on the Rio Grande".
    • Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge : Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge is the largest protected area of natural habitat left in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. The 98,000-acre refuge is located almost entirely in Cameron County, Texas, although a very small part of its northernmost point extends into southern Willacy County. Wikipedia
    • Resaca De La Palma State Park & World Birding Center : Resaca de la Palma State Park is one of three state parks belonging to the World Birding Center and managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. At 1,200 acres, Resaca de la Palma State Park is the largest of the World Birding Center sites and is located in Brownsville. The property was acquired by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1977 and was opened to the public in December 2008. A resaca is a type of oxbow lake that can be found in Texas, and is a former channels of the Rio Grande. It is naturally cut off from the river, having no inlet or outlet. Wikipedia
    • Children's Museum of Brownsville : Interactive learning for young children
    • Brownsville Museum of Fine Art : Rotating exhibits & educational programs
    • Boca Chica State Park : Acreage with sand beaches & shore birds
    • Brownsville & Matamoros Express International Bridge : The Brownsville & Matamoros International Bridge, also known as B&M International Bridge, Brownsville-Matamoros International Bridge and Express Bridge, is one of three international bridges that cross the U.S.-Mexico border between the cities of Brownsville, Texas, and Matamoros, Tamaulipas. This international bridge unites the Matamoros–Brownsville Metropolitan Area, which counts with a population of 1,136,995, making it the 4th largest metropolitan area in the Mexico-US border. It is popularly called the "old bridge" because its original incarnation, still standing, is the city's oldest international bridge. In 1999, Texas state Historical marker 11778 was placed at the site by the Texas Historical Commission and the Cameron County Historical Commission to recognize the bridge's historical significance. Wikipedia


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