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  Joppa Heritage Festival - June 18, 2006
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Entertainment Sports Group, L.L.C.
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T-TownKatz - Tulsa TICA Club
TICA - The International Cat Association
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Joppa Heritage Festival - June 17, 2006
(part of the Dallas Trinity River Project)
Click here for Joppa Heritage Festival Schedule of Events
Click here for Joppa Online Vendor Application Form

City has promises to keep in Joppa

Free men named this place Joppa after a biblical seaport, which in Hebrew means "beautiful" and "the beginning."

This is where former slaves gathered, under the canopy of a great forest, to celebrate their first scraps of freedom. Emancipated men bought land here, near a spring that ran clear and cold, planting dreams in wheat fields, beginning a long, slow harvest of human dignity.

Joppa is sacred, neglected, defiled.

It is one of the last freedman's towns in Texas, where a few descendants of those early settlers still live in ragged shacks. By day, scrawny dogs wander quiet streets. At night, rats skitter through piles of open trash.

Soon, Dallas officials say, Joppa may be delivered from decay.

Money from the $246 million Trinity River Project will pay for hike... more >>

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Memory Lane Downs Stables & Track
(part of the Dallas Trinity River Project)

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