On this day in 1836, Texas forces won the battle of San Jacinto, the concluding military event of the Texas Revolution. Facing General Santa Anna's Mexican army of some 1,200 men encamped in what is...(Read More)
CAMP SEALE, TEXAS. Camp Seale is east of Farm Road 1276 fifty-five miles northwest of Beaumont in southeastern Polk County. In 1928 the Kirby Lumber Company secured large timber tracts in the area and established Camp Seale as a logging camp. By 1940 the site had a post office and a population of about twenty.
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