On this day in 1900 the Southwest Texas Sacred Harp Singing Convention was organized at McMahan, ten miles east of Lockhart. Sacred harp music is a religious folk music that derives its name from(more...)
FUELDALE, TEXAS. Fueldale was an agricultural and lumbering community near Bastrop in central Bastrop County. It was named for a nearby coal mine that was in operation from 1870 until after 1900. In the 1940s it received its mail from Bastrop.
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