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Casey Movers has been moving customers from Boston, MA to Brownsville, TXand the surrounding areas for over 20 years. We are licensed and insured with the the MADPU and the DOT. As of November 5, 2014, we own 4 tractors, 2 straight trucks and over 2 dozen trailers!
Casey Movers employs a full-time crew of experienced helpers, movers and Class-A drivers. Our guys are amazing!
Brownsville is the sixteenth most populous city in the state of Texas with a population of 181,860. It is located on the southernmost tip of Texas, United States on the northern bank of the Rio Grande, directly north and across the border from Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The 2013 U.S. Census Bureau estimate places the Brownsville-Harlingen metropolitan area population at 417,276 allotting it the eighth most populous metropolitan area in the state of Texas. In addition, the Matamoros–Brownsville Metropolitan Area counts with a population of 1,136,995, allotting it the fourth-largest metropolitan area along the U.S.-Mexico border. Brownsville has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation.
The Brownsville urban area is one of the fastest growing in the United States. The city's population dramatically increased after it experienced a boom in the steel industry during the first decade of the 1900s, when steel output tripled. In recent times, the Port of Brownsville has become a major economic hub for South Texas, where shipments from Mexico, other parts of the United States and the world arrive. Brownsville's economy is mainly based on its international trade with Mexico through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and is home to one of the fastest growing manufacturing sectors in the nation. In addition, Brownsville's climate has often been recognized among the best pro-business climates in the United States, and the city has also been ranked among the least expensive places to live in the U.S.
Brownsville served as a site for several battles and events in the Texas Revolution, the Mexican American War, and the American Civil War. And right across the U.S-Mexico border lies Matamoros, Tamaulipas, a city with a population of 500,000 people and a major site of the Mexican War of Independence, the Mexican Revolution, and the French Intervention.
In 1845, construction of a fort on the Mexican border was commissioned due to increased instability in the region on the eve of the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. Before the completion of the construction, the Mexican Army began the Siege of Fort Texas, during the first active campaign in the Mexican–American War, between 3 and 9 May 1846. The first battle of the war occurred on 8 May 1846, when General Zachary Taylor received word of the siege of the fort. Taylor's forces rushed to help, but Mexican troops intercepted them, resulting in the Battle of Palo Alto about 5 miles (8.0 km) north of present-day Brownsville. The next morning the Mexican forces had retreated, and Taylor's troops caught up with them, resulting in the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, which took place within the present city limits. When Taylor finally arrived at the besieged Fort Texas, it was found that two soldiers had died, one of them the fort's commander, Major Jacob Brown. In his honor, General Taylor renamed the fort Fort Brown. An old cannon at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College marks the spot where Major Brown received his fatal wound.
On September 8, 1926, The Junior College of the Lower Rio Grande Valley (later known as Texas Southmost College) admitted its first class. In 1945, Fort Brown was decommissioned and in 1948 the City and College acquired the land. Between 1945 and 1970, Brownsville's population continued to grow gradually, doubling from 25,000 to 52,000 people. In 1991, Brownsville received a university via the partnership with the University of Texas at Brownsville.
Brownsville was declared an All-America City in the year 2001.
The FBI ranked Brownsville as the second safest major city in the U.S. for the year 2012.
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Boston to Brownsville Moving Services
Casey Movers is a full-service moving company. We protect railings, furniture and hardwood floors from scratching and scuffing with heavy mover pads, and we shrink wrap upholstery for maximum protection. Casey Movers provides customers with free breakdown and reassembly of furniture. We move everything from large dressers, to heavy safes, to grandfather clocks, to pool tables, to grand pianos, and much more.
Boston, MA to Brownsville, TX Storage
Looking for a great storage option ahead of your Texas move? We offer several storage solutions: have us simply load up a trailer with your valuables and lock it in a secure trailer yard, or off-load your valuables into our climate-controlled warehouse storage facility.
Boston, MA to Brownsville, TX Packing Services
Need professional packing? Casey Movers has over 20 years of experience, and if you book a move today, we will hand deliver 20 free boxes.
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