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NAVASOTA TEXAS
Navasota is in southeastern Grimes County. It was first named Hollandale for Francis Holland, who bought land in the area in 1822. It became Nolansville, a stage stop in the 1830s where James Nolan build a log cabin located near where the La Bahia Road crossed the Navasota River and halfway between Washington-on-the-Brazos and Anderson. Grimes County was created on April 6, 1846. The county was named in honor of Jesse Grimes who was a signator of the Texas Declaration of Independence. A post office was established and in 1854 and the name was changed to Navasota after the river. The railroad came to Navasota and it began to grow in population.
CONTENTS
Navasota Texas, Blues Alley, Frank Hamer, Rene Robert La Salle, Bed and Breakfast, Navasota High School, Mance Lipscomb Park, Videos, Historical Homes, Historical Churches, Historical Cemeteries

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