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Lake Texoma Nearby Events: Kingston Pumpkin Patch

Lake Texoma Nearby Events: Kingston Pumpkin Patch Do you enjoy taking the children to a nearby pumpkin patch for some home town family fun? Then, be sure to take some time to visit the pumpkin patch near Lake...

Exactly What Are the Cross Timbers?

I frequently reference the Cross Timbers region in my historical accounts, but I found that I did not understand what the Cross Timbers region is and how it relates to Texomans today. I took it for granted...

When William "Buffalo Bill" Cody Came to Our Towns

The first time our region of the Red River witnessed the exciting Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show was on October 9, 1900, in Denison, and the last on December 9, 1914, in Durant. William Frederick Cody, a.k.a....

Lake Texoma Nearby Events: Denison Fall Festival

Lake Texoma Nearby Events: Denison Fall Festival Are you ready to enjoy the Autumn season? Then, be sure to come and visit the Denison Fall Festival which takes place on October 6th. The family fun filled...

Eisenhower Birthplace: 60th Anniversary State Historic Site Open House

Eisenhower Birthplace: 60th Anniversary State Historic Site Open House Come and join the 60th Anniversary State Historic Open House on October 3rd and tour the birthplace of Eisenhower. Dwight David...

Lake Texoma Nearby Events: Frontier Day in Pottsboro

Frontier Day is here near Lake Texoma Ok Tx and many will come to enjoy the fun festivities! The main event is this Saturday, September 29th from 9 am to 4 pm. Also, Thursday & Friday before will include...

Book your Christmas Party at Cedar Mills!!!

Make your holiday party extra special this year at Pelican’s Landing or at the Lodge special events center on beautiful Lake Texoma. Your friends, co-workers or employees will enjoy the view of twinkling...

Where is General Henry Leavenworth Buried?

Yet Another Result of the Indian Removal Act Not only did the U.S. Indian Removal Act (IRA) of 1830 lead to the destruction of native societies in the southeastern U.S., the IRA also caused friction between...

Internet Connectivity Update for Texomaland

I tried to find more internet service provider solutions for Texomans in this update. The following article includes a few new leads and review-type information about services that Graham Jones, RF systems...

Two Certified Comanche Indian Marker Trees in Gordonville

The First American Road Signs: Native American Trail Marker Trees Native Americans bent trees by tying them down with leather thongs and ties to mark their trails. In Texas, the Texas Historic Tree Coalition...

Do Not Feed or Fear the Gators on Lake Texoma*

I feel the pull to set the record straight on alligators and humans living on Lake Texoma. The fact is that Texans and Okies on both sides of the Red River have been sharing Lake Texoma with gators for years....

Wolf Path, The City of the Divide: Today's Whitesboro Texas

We called a strip of land on the western edge of Grayson County Wolf Path in the 19th century because wolves roamed the headwaters of the Red River Valley. Captain Ambrose B. White, born in Illinois in 1811,...

Shame on Texomaland Litterers: County Taxpayer Cost $470,804--Federal Taxpayer Cost $475,963,510--Per Year

Every time I visit a Lake Texoma beach, I find campsites surrounded by litter in the areas that do not charge an entry fee such as Fobb Bottom NWR and other out-of-the-way beaches. Years ago, I realized that...

Introducing: ARTS, ARTS Magazine, and It's Not All Rockets and Ray Guns

ARTS is the acronym for the Authors Round Table Society, a highly productive group of Texoma authors. Two and a half years ago, three Texoma authors, John Moody, Alan Martin, and James Peercy were searching...

Come and See What to Do in Texomaland!

Texomaland Gallery of Attractions We Texomans and our guests love our boating, skiing, swimming, fishing, and fireside cookouts while watching the sun go down. However, the towns and parks around Lake Texoma...

A Tribute and Educational Reminder: The Burney Institute

The Chickasaw Council authorized the Burney Institute, a high school for girls, in 1854 with the cooperation of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Searcy, Arkansas. Reverend R. S....

Durant, Oklahoma: The Louis, Pierre, Fisher, And Dixon Stories

Durant, Oklahoma, Who Knew? The name Durant, of French in origin, goes back to the 13th century. Frenchmen transported the Durant surname to North America as early as the 17th century and used the spelling of...

Texomaland's Native Tree

The bodark tree is special to Texomland for it was literally born of our region. Texomans can claim it as their native tree. Native Americans of yesterday and today use bodark wood to craft the best made and...

The Story Of Holland Coffee and Sophia

Coffee Station *Texomans best know Holland Coffee as a historical figure of Preston Bend in Grayson County. Before we called it Preston Bend, locals called it Washita Bend. We can deduce from many accounts...

Teddy Roosevelt Swooped Through Grayson County Like a Rock Star in 1905

In 1905 on April 5th, the biggest star on earth was swooping around our nation like a 1970s rock star. That was the day that President Teddy Roosevelt visited Denison, and Sherman, Texas. Thirty-five thousand...

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