Yesteryears

Under mossy oaks on a hot summer afternoon, Ruby Johnson leads Mama Sophie through a former slave cemetery where their ancestors are buried June 18, 2005, in the Mims Community near Brazoria.

75 YEARS AGO

William D. Colegrove, president of Lake Jackson’s forward-looking and very active junior chamber of commerce, said, “We have done some thinking about a road to Brazoria and will probably talk with the county commissioners before the county budget for next year is set.”

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