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A historic Central Texas ranch that reflects our state’s threatened agricultural heritage, a Houston cemetery that demonstrates a variety of West African spiritual traditions and is the final resting place for some of the city’s prominent African Americans, one of the few institutional structures remaining in Waxahachie’s once-thriving African American commercial district and three structures in the Rio Grande Valley, including a courthouse, are among the 10 sites on the 2011 Texas’ Most Endangered Historic Places.