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WOOD COUNTY HISTORY - 2007

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2007 Articles

A history of the Quitman Methodist Church 1-6-07

Some little-known Wood County cemeteries 1-20-07

The early days of Jarvis Christian College 2-3-07

Oil patch recollections 2-17-07

The Andrews House 3-3-07

Lee Cemetery 3-17-07

The Sears and Roebuck House 3-31-07

Highlights from an early history of Wood County 4-14-07

Some highlights of the early days of Quitman 4-28-07

Mineola - Historic Railroad Town 05-12-07

A History of Motion Pictures in Mineola 05-26-07

A history of motion pictures in Mineola - Part II 06-09-07

Wood County's greatest catastrophe was a 1919 cyclone which killed 23 persons. - 07-07-07

Wood County's greatest catastrophe was a 1919 cyclone which killed 23 persons. Part II - 07-21-07

Brief History of Mount Pisgah Baptist Church - 07-21-07

Some Snapshots of Early Settler - 08-04-2007

First "jitney" service between Quitman-Mineola started in 1908 - 08-18-2007

Discoverer of Oil in Wood County - 09-01-2007

Agriculture: The Backbone of Progress during 100 Year History - 09-15-2007

Agriculture: The Backbone of Progress during 100 Year History Par II - 09-29-2007

Woodmen of the World cemetery markers - 10-13-2007

When war came to Wood County - 11-10-2007

Seventeen congressmen represented Wood County in Washington during the county's first 100 years - 11-24-2007

Some biographical sketches of early citizens - 12-08-2007

Snapshots of more early county settlements - 12-22-2007

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 March 2009 15:50