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Austin's Old Three Hundred hails back to the beginnings of the Republic of Texas. Stephen F. Austin procured 307 parcels of land from the Mexican government and granted it to 297 families and partnerships. These people began to build a groundwork for Texas and have gone down in history as being the first families of Texas history.

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The members of the Old Three Hundred were, for the most part, of "better" class. Only four members of the group were illiterate and 69 of the families were slaveowners. In fact, the total population in in the Fall of 1825 was 1,790 and nearly a quarter of that number (443) was slaves. (Jared E. Groce had 90 slaves in 1822.) So when you talk about the Old Three Hundred, don't forget the other families who made up an important part of Texas history - the African-Texans. Without their hard work and determination to survive the worst of times, the Old Three Hundred would not have survived.

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Clothing
Alamo T-shirt
Alamo T-shirt
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Alamo Sweatshirt
Alamo Cap
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Children's Clothing
Alamo Infant Bodysuit
Alamo Kid's T-shirt
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Drinkware
Alamo Mug
Alamo Mug
Alamo Stein

Miscellaneous
Alamo Throw Pillow
Alamo Bumper Sticker
Alamo Magnet
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