Sasol public affairs manager Mike Hayes said, "Properties on the south side of Sulphur Avenue and properties along the north side of Old Spanish Trail are properties we've been negotiating with over the past couple of years.
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- Office of Security Transition
- Office of the Secretary of Transportation
- Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians
- Office Skills Test
- Officer Safety Training (various locations)
- Official Soundtrack
- Offline Storage Table (computing)
- Offline Store
- Oglala Sioux Tribe (Pine Ridge, SD)
- Oklahoma State Treasurer
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; and Old Spanish Trail in Houston, exploring how retail development sparked revitalization efforts that are ongoing in each of these areas.
They discuss prehistoric Indian trails and trade; the history of Spanish exploration and settlement in the area, including key figures; and the history of individual routes such as El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the Old Spanish Trail, the Santa Fe Trail, the Butterfield Overland Mail Route, and other trails of the southwest, including the role of trails in the Mexican-American War.
Called by historians "the longest, crookedest, most arduous pack-mule route in America," the Old Spanish Trail was established by 1829 as a link from Santa Fe to Los Angeles.
Four hundred people in 107 covered wagons started off toward the Old Spanish Trail, which ran from Santa Fe to Los Angeles.
Smith and Al Matheson of the Old Spanish Trail Association (OSTA) recently noticed that pipeline construction had damaged the trails.
The north south road would probably be an extension of Coach Williams Drive to Houston River Road from Old Spanish Trail toward which Sasol would contribute $10 million.
To get to the Rincon Mountain District to the east, head out Broadway Boulevard to Old Spanish Trail and turn right to the park entrance.