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On this site stood the Moscow and Female Academy. Operated after 1857 under Masonic auspices as the Moscow Masonic Academy until merged in the public school system.
Built by "Daddy Poe," in 1856. Has columns made of hollowed pine trees; swinging upstairs porch.Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1966
Settled by David Green, during era of the Republic of Texas. First post office established under name of Green's in 1847. Changed to Moscow in 1853.
Incorporated in 1856. Was stage stop o the Nacogdoches - Liberty Road. Site of several famous …
Built 1849 by members. Square nails; hand-sawn lumber. Pegs join sills, floors, framing. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1965
Notorious outlaw who killed over 30 men. Son of a Methodist minister. "Wes" was an ardent southerner. His resistance to Union occupation troops made him a hero and set him on his lawless career. He always claimed he shot only in self defense. He w…
Businessman and politician William Pettus Hobby was born near this Moscow site, the son of Eudora Adeline (Pettus)and Edwin E. Hobby, a state senator and judge. At age 17, William joined the staff of the Houston Post and rose to managing editor at…