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Bearing the nickname the Lone Star State, Texas is the second largest state in terms of land area and population; it also has the second largest state economy in the nation. There are six flags flying over the state capital, Austin; they represent the six different nations that have controlled the territory which are Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States of America and the United States of America.
At the turn of the century, Texas was famous for two things: the discovery and production of oil, and the raising of cattle. The first major oil well, Spindletop, was tapped in January of 1901; soon major oil fields were discovered and drilled in East Texas, West Texas and under the Gulf of Mexico. These developments transformed the economy of Texas and made many residents very wealthy. Cattle has been a vital part of the economy since the 1700’s and today the state still ranks first with over 16 million head under control.
Texans are avid sports fans and actively support high school, college and professional sports teams; as in most other states in the South, football is the game of choice, in particular high school and college football. In September of 2007, a high school game called “The Clash of Champions” was played at the SMU stadium in Dallas; the game featured the Number 1 and the Number 2 ranked teams in the nation. An inner city team from Miami, FL, Northwestern High beat Carroll High from Southlake, TX in a close game 29-21; it was the first ever high school football game to be televised on national television.