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Washington's Birthday Celebration Association
Since 1898, Laredo has been celebrating George Washington's birthday, evolving into a month-long series of parties, festivals, and other events. Check out the official site for a calendar of next year's activities, photos of this year's events, and lots more.

City of Laredo
Through this site you can learn more about the city's history, its current services to city residents as well as tourists, find links to local media‚ even learn about bird-watching in the city!

Bibliography

Campbell, Randolph B. Gone to Texas: A History of the Lone Star State. Oxford University Press, 2003.

Castillo, Gabriel. "Laredo's Gentle Giants."Dvino magazine (March 2006), 6.

Nussbaum, Paul. "Violent Drug Cartels ‚Not Immigrants ‚ Threaten Border Cities." Philadelphia Inquirer, May 27, 2006.

Texas State Historical Association. The Handbook of Texas Online.

Thompson, Jerry D. Sabers on the Rio Grande. Presidential Press, 1974.

U.S. Census Bureau. State and County QuickFacts.

NGS Resources

Teitelbaum, Michael.Voices From Colonial America: Texas, 1527-1836. National Geographic Books, 2005.

Glasscock, Sarah.Communities Across America Today. National Geographic Books, 2002.

Banks, Suzy. "Viva Laredos." National Geographic Traveler (April 1999), EA7, EA9.

Kramer, Mark. "Life on the Line: U.S.-Mexican Border."National Geographic (June 1985), 720-49.