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    For your extensive contributions and effort to Dallas, Texas, WikiProject Dallas-Fort Worth, and all related articles. I simply cannot believe that you have yet to receive a barnstar after so long! This award is long overdue. Congratulations! -- RedPoptarts 13:27, 8 March 2007 (UTC)


    My name is Derek Evatt. I was born at Medical City Dallas Hospital in Dallas, Texas (USA) on 8 March 1988. That means I'm 19 years old. Last semester I was at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas studying architecture; from January to August 2007 I will be in Dallas working. In the fall, I will be attending the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

    To do[edit]

    1. Fix Lake Highlands and east Dallas listings at Template:Dallas Neighborhoods to reflect changes at respective articles
      1. Fix odd category-placing done through transclusion of the template.. (west Dallas cat?)
    2. Fix maps that don't show Joe Pool and fix ones that do but are too small
    3. Replace map links system at User:Drumguy8800/Picture
      1. Add decimal degree versions of coordinates to images that just use DMS..
    4. Population for Lake Park Estates .. see west Dallas
    5. W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences coordinates
    6. Fix Queen City
    7. Add Walnut Hill neighborhood (or whatever you'd like to call that area north of Northwest Highway and west of Vickery Meadows, generally west of Inwood, east of Irving, and south of Forest Lane).


    I've been vandalized three times

    1. by Gabee
    2. by Polopolo379 (talk · contribs · count) (diff)
    3. by Littlefire86 (talk · contribs · count) (diff)


    Edit count[edit]

    A ton and a half, or so

    My Gallery[edit]

    Articles I started[edit]

    All My Contributions


    Neighborhoods Bishop Arts District, Dallas, Texas, Bluff View, Dallas, Texas, Bryan Place, Dallas, Texas, Casa Linda Estates, Dallas, Texas, Cedars, Dallas, Texas, Cityplace, Dallas, Texas, City Center District, Dallas, Texas, Convention Center District, Dallas, Texas, downtown Dallas, Eastwood, Dallas, Texas Exposition Park, Dallas, Texas, Farmers Market District, Dallas, Texas, Government District, Dallas, Texas, Greenland Hills, Dallas, Texas, Greenway Parks, Dallas, Texas, Hamilton Park, Dallas, Texas, Kessler, Dallas, Kidd Springs, Dallas, Texas, Knox Park, Dallas, Texas, Lake Cliff, Dallas, Texas, Lake Park Estates, Dallas, Texas, L.O. Daniel, Dallas, Texas, LoMac, Dallas, Texas, Lower Greenville, Dallas, Texas, Main Street District, Dallas, Texas, Melshire Estates, Dallas, Texas, Old East Dallas, Dallas, Texas, Perry Heights, Dallas, Texas, Platinum Corridor, Ridgewood Park, Dallas, Texas, south Dallas, Stemmons Corridor, Dallas, Texas, Swiss Avenue, Dallas, Texas, west Dallas, West Kessler, Dallas, Texas, West Village, Dallas, Texas, Uptown Dallas
    Branch articles Culture of Dallas, Texas, Dallas City Hall, Dallas Market Center, Dallas Public Library, Dallas World Aquarium, Demographics of Dallas, Texas, Education in Dallas, Texas, History of Dallas, Texas, History of Dallas, Texas (through 1838), History of Dallas, Texas (1839-1856), History of Dallas, Texas (1856-1873), History of Dallas, Texas (1874-1929), History of Dallas, Texas (1930-1945), History of Dallas, Texas (1946-1974), History of Dallas, Texas (1975-1985), History of Dallas, Texas (1986-1995), History of Dallas, Texas (1996-Present), J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, Law and government of Dallas, Texas, Libraries in Dallas, Texas, List of neighborhoods in Dallas, Texas,
    Other Dallas City Hall, Dallas Market Center, Dallas Public Library, Dallas World Aquarium, J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, Reverchon Park


    Elementary schools Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School, John H. Reagan Elementary School
    High schools Red Oak High School (Texas)


      Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe, National Gallery of Thailand, The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art


      Lake Highlands Station, Texas State Highway 180, Turtle Creek Boulevard


    Mountain ranges Bitterroot Mountains, Clearwater Mountains, Sawtooth Range (Idaho)
    Mountains Stripe Mountain
    Lakes Cedar Creek Reservoir (Alabama), Cedar Creek Reservoir (Texas), Lake Cliff, Mountain Creek Lake, North Lake (Dallas County, Texas)
    Streams Bachman Branch, Johnson Creek (Texas), Red Oak Creek, Turtle Creek (Dallas County, Texas), Turtle Creek (Kerr County, Texas), Turtle Creek (Matagorda County, Texas)




      John Neely Bryan, Marion Fresenius Fooshee


      {{convert}}, {{Dallas}}, {{Dallas Neighborhoods}}, {{Navigation tabs}}




      Wikipedia:WikiProject Dallas-Fort Worth

    Picture of the Day[edit]

    Photograph credit: Wing-Chi Poon


    According to the map I have right here, Uptown is now similar in terms of city definition like downtown is. The map that I am looking at right now has the boundaries of Uptown as N of Woodall Rodgers, E of 75, S of Carroll/Cambrick and W of 35 from Woodall to Houston and W of the Katy Trail. Victory falls well within that definition, and North Dallas is right below Carroll. Oak Lawn's eastern border is the Katy Trail. FoUTASportscaster 08:48, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

    WikiProject Idaho[edit]

    I saw your name at participants. At set out at Wikipedia:WikiProject_Idaho#Images, I revised the way WikiProject Idaho may monitor Idaho articles needing photos. Best. GregManninLB (talk) 03:51, 11 April 2008 (UTC)