Johnson County

Johnson County

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In 1854, land that was covered in trees, tall grass, spring-fed creeks, and rivers and was home to abundant wildlife, including deer, buffalo, and turkey, became Johnson County. In the early years, a trickling of brave pioneers developed cattle trails and iron rails, and as the area continued to grow and change, many farms and ranches were replaced with industrial and retail enterprises. In 2013, the Chisholm Trail Parkway, which efficiently connects the western part of the county to the metroplex and the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, was nearing completion.The 16-room residence had hand- carved wood trim, 12-foot ceilings, brass doorknobs, and seven fireplaces. The family ... Farmers with wagons and mules helped clean away the debris, and the community began to rebuild. (Courtesy of anbsp;...

Title:Johnson County
Author: Mollie Gallop Bradbury Mims
Publisher:Arcadia Publishing - 2013-12-02

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