Historic Map - Ladonia, TX - 1891

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Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas.

Reproduction map of Ladonia, TX, drawn and published by T M. Fowler in 1891. The Santa Fe Railroad established a line connecting the Texas towns of Ladonia and Honey Grove in 1886. Before this time, goods had to be hauled by horse drawn transportation to and from Ladonia. After the railroad connection, the town grew quickly to the view we see in this map, captured just five years after the connection was established. Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

1. Public School
2. Oglesby Hotel, J. Tol. Miller, Proprietor
3. City Hotel
4. Rail Road Station
5. M. E. South Church
6. Baptist Church
7. Presbyterian Cumberland Church
8. Presbyterian Old School


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