A city of southeast Texas near Galveston Bay. Founded in 1836 and named for Sam Houston, the city developed as a cotton market in the 1800s. It is now a major port and commercial center known for its aerospace and petroleum industries.
1793-1863; U.S. general & statesman.
City in SE Tex.: port on a ship canal connected with the Gulf of Mexico.
Any of a number of other places in the English-speaking world.
A male given name of mainly American usage, transferred from the surname.