10 Facts You May Not Know About The Oldest Town In Texas
The oldest town in Texas isn't Austin or Dallas or any other bustling metropolis you might think of. It's actually Nacogdoches, a pretty small place in East Texas, with a current population of 32,147. It was founded in 1779, incorporated as a town in 1837, and then recognized as a city in 1929.
Here's some interesting stuff about Nacogdoches that you may not know:
10 Fun Facts About The Oldest Town In Texas
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