YERO, TEXAS. Yero was located ten miles northeast of Huntsville on U.S. Highway 75 and Nelson Creek in west central Walker County. A post office operated from 1899 to 1907. In 1911 the town had a school, and by the 1940s it had several scattered dwellings, two businesses, and a cemetery.
D'Anne McAdams Crews, ed., Huntsville and Walker County, Texas: A Bicentennial History (Huntsville, Texas: Sam Houston State University, 1976).
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