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The community was established on the Texas and New Orleans Railroad about 1898 and called Evergreen; it was also known as Shell Siding in the period when the railroad hauled shell from the area.
It was renamed Kemah, an Indian word meaning "facing the winds," for its position on the bay. Once considered a shrimping town, Kemah continues to celebrate an annual August Blessing of the Fleet.
Kemah Boardwalk is a 42 acres complex which opened in 2001 and has a hotel, amusements, retail stores, festivals, seaside shows and restaurants which over look the Galveston Bay.
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