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Good Morning from the Great State of Texas! Today is the 80th Anniversary of when Pearl Harbor was attacked. We'll never forget.
Linda, Terry, Brian and Sheila
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A beautiful and respectful restoration! Congratulations ... See MoreSee Less

St Nicholas Day - back in the day.December 6 is St. Nicholas Day…
In December of 1928, this brave Santa and his igloo stood outside the Alamo…
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St Nicholas Day - back in the day.

As you step back in time on this Granbury-A Candlelight Tour weekend, be sure to stop by and meet author/historian Melinda Jo Ray and pick up the perfect Christmas gift for the history buffs in your family!
Melinda will be selling and signing copies of her Nutt/Landers family novels about Granbury in the days of the frontier and the Civil War, as well as copies of her beautiful coffee table book, Limestone Legacies!
On Saturday, December 4, she will be at the Granbury Visitors Center from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
On Sunday, December 5, she will be at the Yeats/Duke Cabin on Crockett Street from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Novels are $20 each, all inclusive, and coffee table books are a special 20% off price of $40 each, all inclusive.
Ms. Ray donates 10% of every sale to the Hood County Historical and Genealogical Society.
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The Christmas Carol Experience opens tonight & runs through Dec 30! Get your tickets while they still remain for the most unique holiday show you have ever experienced! You will be following the cast through a cemetery & mansion as they visit the past, present & future to discover the true meaning of Christmas! Tickets: tinyurl.com/49bj6c9v ... See MoreSee Less

One of the poignant results of the Battle of Franklin. The Carter House and property still exist as a museum, as does Lotz House and Carnton Plantation. Very much worth a trip to absorb history and the enormity of the ravage of this Civil War battle.During the early morning hours of December 1, 1864, F. B. Carter, two of his daughters, and a daughter-in-law emerged from the cellar of their home and went in search of Tod Carter, who had not been home since 1861. They found him clinging to life barely 200 yards southwest of the house. They brought him home, a doctor did what he could, but the injuries were simply too severe. Tod was soon moved to the front parlor, across the room from which he was born, and the family waited for the inevitable. Outside the carnage, death, suffering, and enormity of the Battle of Franklin stretched almost as far as the eye could see. ... See MoreSee Less

One of the poignant results of the Battle of Franklin. The Carter House and property still exist as a museum, as does Lotz House and Carnton Plantation. Very much worth a trip to absorb history and the enormity of the ravage of this Civil War battle.

This - the day after (Dec 1)the Battle of Franklin, Nov 30. Gen Granbury (Granbury, TX) was killed that day. Gen Hood (Hood County, TX) lead the Confederate forces. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Beautification Council for the Corner Christmas trees and for all the beauty you bring to Granbury! ... See MoreSee Less

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They look beautiful, thank you for a job well done!!

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