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Cheap Car Insurance in Allen TX

Agent Phone Address
State Farm Insurance Agents
Linda Terry (972) 542-5561 914 S McDonald Street
McKinney, TX 75069-6632
Chris Lair (972) 782-7440 111 Farmersville Pkwy
Ste 300
Farmersville, TX 75442-2134
Betty Cole (972) 783-1500 1546 E Stacy Road
Suite 160
Allen, TX 75002-8725
Johnny Rutledge (972) 562-1600 1002 W University
McKinney, TX 75069-4829
Jason Reed (972) 908-3448 1201 E Main Street
Suite 150
Allen, TX 75002-3950
Farmers Insurance Agents
Geoffrey Comstock 203 S Allen Dr
Allen, TX 75013-2743
Lonnie Wiggins 720 E Main St
Ste D1
Allen, TX 75002
Rona Zafari-Ata 1212 W Mcdermott Dr
Ste. 100a
Allen, TX 75013-6304
Larry Wainwright 301 N Allen Dr
Ste B
Allen, TX 75013
Bob Nixon 141 W Spring Creek Pkwy
Ste 437
Plano, TX 75023

History of Allen, Tx.

Allen is a city in Collin County, Texas, United States, and a wealthy northern suburb of Dallas. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 43,554. As of 2007, the city's population is estimated at 77,644.

 

Prior to the arrival of the European and American immigrants into the Allen area, Caddo and Comanche Indian tribes inhabited the region. The Indian tribes migrated westward as the early settlers entered the area and were eventually removed to the Indian Territory to the north of the Red River. One of the last known conflicts between the early settlers and the Indians took place in 1844 along Rowlett Creek near the existing railroad. An historic marker along SH 5 near Rowlett Creek commemorates the event.

Immigrants of European descent began arriving into the Allen area in the early 1840s in search of free land, traveling the Texas Road and the Central National Road, constructed by the Republic of Texas. A stage line ran from Bonham through McKinney to Allen and Plano, crossing Rowlett Creek where SH 5 now crosses. Allen was part of the Peter’s Colony Land Grant from the Republic of Texas to the Texas Emigration & Land Company.

The Houston and Texas Central Railroad (H&TC), constructed through Allen in 1872, laid out the original township of Allen. The H&TC was acquired by J.P. Morgan & Company in 1877 and by the Southern Pacific in 1883. In 1918, the H&TC erected a combination freight/passenger depot in the Allen Central Business District.

 

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