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100 Years In Montague County, Texas On CD

100 Years In Montague County, Texas On CD

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100 years in Montague County, Texas Saint Jo, Tex.: Printed by IPTA Printers, 1958, 111 pgs. Section Title Front matter Title page Montague County centennial celebration Board of directors of the Central Committee Schoolws grew as population increased Montague County named for pioneer surveyor and Indian fighter in 1857 Saint Jo (Head of Elm) called "Gateway to West"--Is oldest town in county City of Nocona, "Leathergoods Center of Southwest", founded by railroad man The Chisholm trail Early day cattle business in Montague County Coming of the railroad to county; the subsequent founding of Bowie Chrisitianity led the way from beginning Montague County How Forestburg was named Social and civil clubs have brought culture and progress Search for crude in Montague County was strated soon after the turn of the twentieth century 98th degree meridan surveyed in 1900 Taovayas Indians Fruitland: "The Hub of the County's Fruit Belt" Ringgold program Spanish Fort program Saint Jo program Forestburg program Bowie program Nocona program Montague program


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