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Jericho, TX - Ruins

The area that would become Jericho, Texas was first inhabited when a stage stop was established in the late 1880's along the stage route that carried passengers and mail from Saint's Roost (modern day Clarendon) to Fort Elliott (today's Mobeetie). There was little here at that time as the station was composed of just a dugout and drinking water had to be hauled in from a nearby spring. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.
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Jericho, TX -  Ruins