Houston is an innovative city informed by a diverse and eclectic past that is ever-present in its customs, expressions and dreams, even though most Houstonians don't realize it. Represented by landmarks, dishes and events, the culture of America's fourth-largest city is celebrated in the literature, movies, songs and memorable quotations credited to its vibrant citizenry. The Houstorian Dictionary is a guide for natives and newcomers alike. Each entry leads into the next to create a tapestry of the Bayou City's past and present. Discover that story and visit the places where it all happened. Meet the innovators, heroes, hucksters and misfit tinkerers who share the unique Houston DNA. The Houstorian, James Glassman, reveals valuable insights that make this a handy reference as well as an entertaining read.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
James Glassman is the founder of the preservation group Houstorian. A fifth-generation Houstonian, Glassman works as an architectural project manager. In 2013, he was honored by the Houston Press as one of its 100 Creatives and by the Houston Chronicle as one of its Most Fascinating People. Wear Houston, his Houston-inspired graphic designs, have been featured in Houstonia Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, the Houston Press and CultureMap. For more visit Houstorian.com.