What is Gulf Coast?

  • (noun): A coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

Some articles on gulf coast, coast, coasts, gulf:

Mardi Gras In The United States - Mississippi - Gulf Coast
... Biloxi, Mississippi holds a traditional morning parade by the Gulf Coast Carnival Association (GCCA) and an afternoon parade by the Krewe of Neptune ... have since become a sign of rebuilding along the coast line ... Schools on the Gulf Coast usually let out during the 2-day holiday so children can attend the parades ...
Danny Little Bear - Championships and Accomplishments
... NWA Macon Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Rocky Johnson Gulf Coast Championship Wrestling / Southeast Championship Wrestling NWA Gulf Coast ...
List Of Special Editions Of Today (NBC Program) - 2000s - 2005 - August
... Gulf Coast ... of the show on Tuesday, August 29, as Hurricane Katrina made landfall along the Gulf Coast ... and correspondents on the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts filed spotty phone and video reports ...
Creole Cottage
... is a term loosely used to refer to a type of vernacular architecture indigenous to the Gulf Coast of the United States ... The style was a dominant house type along the central Gulf Coast from about 1790 to 1840 in the former settlements of French Louisiana in Alabama, Louisiana, and ... This type of house was common along the Gulf Coast and associated rivers in the 19th century with a few scattered examples found as far west as Houston, Texas ...
Steve Campbell - Coaching Career
... His no-huddle offense shattered 12 Gulf South Conference Records and six NCAA Division II records ... at Mississippi State before taking the head coaching position at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in March 2004 ... Campbell coached Gulf Coast to a NJCAA Junior College co-National Championship in 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the words coast and/or gulf:

    How happy is the sailor’s life,
    From coast to coast to roam;
    In every port he finds a wife,
    In every land a home.
    Isaac Bickerstaffe (c. 1735–1812)

    His father watched him across the gulf of years and pathos which always must divide a father from his son.
    —J.P. (John Phillips)