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Congratulations! You have found the Habershons.com family website, started in December 2001. All Habershons and non-Habershons are welcome to wander around. Stick a pin in the Guest Map; leave a message in the Message Book; and if you're a Habershon, please let us know you were here so we can list you in our Branch Office. And if you are looking for stuff on Bikram Yoga or Mini Coopers, click on the pictures in the left-hand column.

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Thank you for coming by!

Catherine Athearn (nĂŠe Habershon)

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In 1993 I took two mandatory U.S. History courses at the University of Houston.  The second one covered the end of the Civil War through Viet Nam, and one of the books we were assigned to read was on Andrew Carnegie.  For our term papers we had to interview someone on a subject related to one of the class lectures.  I decided to interview Dad, and wrote about Habershon Steel.  Dad also supplied an article from a magazine, which I have scanned in two parts below:

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The paper (I got a B+ for the paper and an A- for the course!)


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