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Anderson Co., TX history problem
Posted by: Bobbi Chase (ID *****3242) Date: February 13, 2012 at 09:59:02
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There is an online record at "http://users.tvec.net/bonniew/acgs/hist.htm" which includes the following in Anderson Co., TX: "MOUND PRAIRIE in 1832." However, if one hasn't studied Texas history (or may have forgotten) then one would not know that in "1832" Mound Prairie" and Texas were still a part of Mexico. In 1836, Texas separated from Mexico and became the "The Republic of Texas."



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