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Dallas city overview
Dallas, Texas is famous for its oil industry and for the TV show from the 1970s. It is the third largest city in Texas after Houston and San Antonio and the ninth largest in the country. It is home to around 1.2 million people and is regarded as one of the fastest growing cities in the United States.
Brief history of Dallas
The part of Texas that is now Dallas was original populated by the native Caddo people. The Spanish claims of the 16th century captured all lands in the region including all of Texas and many territories west.
John Neely Bryan is credited with first settling Dallas in 1839. The position, at the meeting of two trails and by a river crossing made it a good spot to set up a trading post. After the native tribes were forced out, a trading post was no longer viable so Bryan set up a settlement instead in 1841.
More settlers arrived in 1855. They were mainly artists and musicians and set up ‘La Reunion close to the Dallas settlement. This is now Deep Ellum which is still a creative part of town. In 1856, Dallas officially became a town although nobody knows where the name originates. The trails brought stagecoaches and along with ranching and farming, kept the town growing and financially viable.
In 1880 the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad came to town, lowering the cost of shipping crops. Transportation became a strong economic driver with Dallas becoming the drug, book, jewelry, and wholesale liquor market in the country. Cotton and livestock were still strong and various manufacturing enterprises were set up to make use of these natural products.
In 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Elm Street in Dallas. The Texas School Book Depository is now a museum dedicated to the event.
Doing business in Dallas
Dallas was chosen because of its proximity to trails and naturally grew as a transportation hub. Multiple rail lines followed and joined cattle and cotton as significant contributors to the city’s coffers. Oil, manufacturing, real estate, energy, communications and technology have all contributed to the city’s success with modern Dallas having a good mix of all of them.
Some major employers in Dallas include; AT&T, Energy Transfer Equity, Tenet Healthcare, Southwest Airlines, Texas Instruments, Jacobs Engineering, Dean Foods, Nortel Networks, Alcatel Lucent, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Nokia, Rockwell Collins, Cisco Systems, Sprint, Verizon Communications, XO Communications and American Airlines.
Highlights of Dallas
Dallas-Fort Worth is a large area that includes many historical monuments, cultural centers and leisure opportunities.
Some things to see and do in Dallas include; Dallas Aquarium at Fair Park, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, The Dallas Cowboys, State Fair, Six Flags Over Texas, Sandy Lake Amusement Park and Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
Dallas city character
Dallas has a rich and colorful history and diverse culture. With strong representations from a range of European countries, it is a mix of western charm and laid back life and modern forward looking characteristics. It isn’t a typical western city and neither is it a totally modern metropolis. It is somewhere in between and takes the best of both worlds.
Dallas is comprised of some very distinct districts including; Bishop Arts District, Casa Linda, Casa View, Cedar Springs, The Cedars, Deep Ellum, Design District, Downtown, Exposition Park, Fair Park, Highland Hills, Kessler Park, Knox-Henderson, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Lower Greenville, “M” Streets, Oak Cliff, Oak Lawn, Park Cities, Pleasant Grove, Preston Hollow, Trinity Groves, Turtle Creek, Uptown, Victory Park and West End.