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RHODE'S STORE, TX

RHODE'S STORE, TEXAS. Rhode's Store was on Cottonwood Creek near the Mixon Creek crossing of the old Columbus to Hallettsville road, seven miles northeast of Hallettsville in northeast Lavaca County. It existed briefly during the 1870s. It was named for W. B. Rhode, who also operated a mill and farmed along Cottonwood Creek.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 
Paul C. Boethel, Sand in Your Craw (Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1959). James L. Rock and W. I. Smith, Southern and Western Texas Guide for 1878 (St. Louis: Granger, 1878).
Jeff Carroll

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