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City of Dallas Interactive Maps __ Interactive maps - illustrated - from City of Dallas - http://maps.dallascityhall.com/

 
City of Dallas Portal __ "The city of Dallas home page has information about employment, elected officials, online services and city departments for residents and visitors." Plus a lot more. - illustrated - From City of Dallas - http://www.dallascityhall.com/ 


Comparing the Dallas Texas Area's School Districts __ Find educational statistics for the school districts in the Dallas, Texas region, including Dallas itself. You will also find direct links to each district. - From dallasrelo.com - http://www.dallasrelo.com/compare.html

 
Dallas Community : Dallas Neighborhoods __ Resources and direct links to several Dallas neighborhoods and neighborhood associations. - From dallas.com - http://www.dallas.com/community/neighborhoods.html 
 
Dallas-Fort Worth Travel Guide  __ "These twin cities, separated by 30 miles of suburbs, may be the oddest couple of all in a state of odd couples. Dallas is glitzy and ritzy, a swelling, modernistic business metropolis whose inhabitants go to bed early and to church on Sunday. Fort Worth, sneered at as "Cowtown" by its neighbors, lives in the shadow of its wild history as a rip-roaring cowboy town, a place of gunfights and cattle drives -- even though its cultural establishment is superior to Dallas's and it has seen a downtown rebirth in recent years. In Fort Worth that fellow in the faded jeans and cowboy hat could well be the president of the bank. In Dallas, people tend to be a bit more formal." You will find a good overview as only Fodor's Travel can do it. - illustrated - From fodors.com - http://www.fodors.com/miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=dallas_ft_worth@55

 

 

  
Dallas Morning News __ Online newspaper - illustrated - From dallasnews.com - http://www.dallasnews.com/ 


Dallas Photos at PBase.com __ Large galleries of click-to-view images. - From PBase.com - http://search.pbase.com/search?q=Dallas

 
Dallas Texas __ An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dallas,_Texas 


Dallas Texas City Profile __ Community profile, with detailed info on demographics, cemeteries, genealogy, government, history, hotels, real estate, travel and much more. - illustrated - From epodunk.com - http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=26338

 


 
Dallas, Texas Detailed Profile - travel and real estate info, jobs, hotels, hospitals, weather, schools, crime, ... __ The title said it all. - illustrated - From city-data.com - http://www.city-data.com/city/Dallas-Texas.html 


Dallas Texas Metroplex and Suburbs - For Residents and Visitors __ You will find several resources about Dallas life and events. - From About.com - http://dallas.about.com/ 


Dallas TX. Dallas Texas City Guide and Yellow Pages. Dallas Restaurants, Art, Music, Real Estate, Weather, Maps. __ Another one where the title said almost everything. Plus there is a lot more. - illustrated - from hellodallas.com - http://www.hellodallas.com/ 

 

Google Maps - Dallas Texas __ Interactive map of Dallas - From Google.com - http://maps.google.com/maps?oi=map&q=Dallas,+TX 


Handbook of Texas Online: DALLAS, TX __ "Dallas is on the Trinity Riverqv in the center of Dallas County in North Central Texas. It is crossed by Interstate highways 20, 30, 35, and 45. The city was founded by John Neely Bryan,qv who settled on the east bank of the Trinity near a natural ford in November 1841." You will find an excellent overview of Dallas and its history. - From Handbook of Texas Online - http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/DD/hdd1.html

 


History __ A good overview of the city's history. "The first European to visit the Dallas area was probably Athanase de Mezieres, in 1778. De Mezieres, a Frenchman then in the service of the King of Spain, probably crossed the West Fork of the Trinity River near present-day Fort Worth, having followed the western edge of the Eastern Cross Timbers from the Tawakoni Village on the Brazos River near present Waco." - From Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dallas,_Texas#History


Welcome to Dallas __ Official website of the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau. You will find maps, galleries, events and more for visitor and resident alike. - illustrated - from Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau - http://www.visitdallas.com/visitors/ 
 

 

 

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