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  2. TSHA | Texas Day by Day - Handbook of Texas

    On this day in 1964, Dr. Michael DeBakey and his team performed the world's first successful coronary artery bypass graft surgery in Houston. DeBakey, Denton Cooley, and many others in Houston revolutionized cardiovascular surgery by developing new techniques for the treatment of patients with congenital anomalies, aneurysms, and vascular-occlusive diseases.

  3. Irish immigration to Mexico - Wikipedia

    During the colonial era, a few ethnic Irish entered Mexico. Notable among them were Governor of Yucatán and Texas Hugo Oconór and the last Viceroy of New Spain, Juan O'Donojú. [citation needed] A few Mexican Irish communities existed in Mexican Texas prior to the Texas Revolution.

  4. List of Texas governors and presidents - Wikipedia

    Hugo Oconór: 1767 1770 Official governor Juan María Vicencio: 1770 1778 Official governor; He also governed Honduras Domingo Cabello y Robles: 1778 1786 Interim governor; He also governed Nicaragua and Cuba: Bernardo Bonavía y Zapata: 1786 1786 Official governor; He was appointed governor but don't serve in office. Rafael Martínez Pacheco ...

  5. Brewster County, Texas - Wikipedia,_Texas

    Northern Mexican military governor Lt. Col. Hugo Oconór led a 1772 expedition to locate sites for forts on the Comanche Trail along the Rio Grande. In October 1851, Danish-born Col. Edvard Emil Langberg, Mexican commandant of Chihuahua, visited southern Brewster County.

  6. List of historic properties in Tucson, Arizona - Wikipedia

    The City of Tucson was officially established in 1775, the year that Hugo Oconór established the Tucson Presidio. O'Connor was born in 1732 in Dublin, Ireland. He moved to Spain where he changed the spelling of his surname to the Spanish sounding "Oconór" and joined the regiment of Volunteers of Aragon. Oconór, a.k.a.

  7. Hugh O'Connor - Wikipedia'Connor

    Hugh Edward Ralph O'Connor (April 7, 1962 – March 28, 1995) was an American actor known for his role as James Flynn in the 1984 film Brass and his portrayal of Lonnie Jamison on In the Heat of the Night until his death in 1995.

  8. TSHA | Spanish Texas

    Hugo Oconór, then inspector general on the frontier, denied the request; however, the discontented refugees persisted. Aided by a sympathetic governor, ...

  9. Apache–Mexico Wars - Wikipedia–Mexico_Wars

    Apache casualties were also heavy. In October and November 1775, a Spanish military operation headed by Hugo Oconór in New Mexico killed 132 Apache and took 104 prisoners. In 1786, the Viceroy in Mexico City, Bernardo de Galvez, issued an Instrución to continue war with the Apache, but also to persuade them to make peace. Military operations ...