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McFaddin Mercantile. The St. Louis, Brownsville,and Mexico Railroad built a line thorugh the McFaddin Ranch about 1900. The ranch settlement, temporarily renamed Marianna by the railroad, soon boasted a depot, post office, church, school, and several businesses, including this mercantile built in 1910. It was a community gathering place and briefly housed the post office. The board-and-batten structure is a fine example of small community mercantile stores. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1990 #3290

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Plaque 16135


by Texas Historical Commission

as #3290 of the Texas Historical Marker series
Language English
Colour black
Address FM 445,
McFaddin, TX, United States [4]

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