On this day in 1889, the Texas Spring Palace opened in Fort Worth. This fair, promoted by Robert A. Cameron, immigration agent for the Fort Worth and Denver Railway, was designed to attract settlers...(Read More)
PRICE'S, TEXAS. Price's was a short-lived post office and flag stop on the International-Great Northern Railroad ten miles southwest of Jacksonville in western Cherokee County. A post office operated there from June 1879 to April 1880. The town's name may have come from the community of Pierce's Chapel two miles south.
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