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Millard's Crossing Historic Village
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    • Sitton Dogtrot Log House and Museum Sign

    • Sitton Dogtrot Log House and Museum Sign

    • Structures; Dwellings; Historic buildings; Architecture; Logs; Cabins; Signs (Notices); Fences;

    • A large dogtrot house with a sleeping loft and squared logs originally located about five miles west of Central Heights, Texas, on County Road 698. Built by William and Susan Hayter who came to Texas in 1842. This is after its restoration at...
    • Series of Millard Lee House Pictures

    • Series of Millard Lee House Pictures

    • Houses; Historic buildings; Photographs; Architecture; Houses;

    • The Millard-Lee House is located in downtown Nacogdoches off the square. It was built in 1837 by Robert Millard, later purchased by Lee family, along South Fredonia Street (former El Camino Real) in what is now the Stone Fort Bank parking lot. It...
    • Restored Parsonage at Millard's Crossing

    • Restored Parsonage at Millard's Crossing

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Photographs; Houses; Fences; Chimneys; Architecture

    • Black and white print of First Methodist Church parsonage after its move to Millard's Crossing and restoration. It was built in 1900 and was originally located on North Fredonia Street in Nacogdoches. It features 12' ceilings and notable woodwork,...
    • Restoration of Sitton Dogtrot Log Cabin

    • Restoration of Sitton Dogtrot Log Cabin

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Wooden buildings; Log buildings; Architecture;

    • Color prints of deconstruction and restoration of the Sitton Dog Trot Log Cabin, showing former clapboard siding being removed and reavealing the timbers, chinking, and wooden shingles. The cabin was built in 1843 by William Hayter and was donated...
    • Moving of Sitton Dogtrot Building

    • Moving of Sitton Dogtrot Building

    • Historic buildings; Houses; Dwellings; Architecture; Log buildings; Trailers;

    • A picture of the Sitton Dogtrot as it is moved to Millard’s Crossing Historic Village. It was built in 1843 by William Hayter, and originally located five miles away off CR 698, west of Central Heights. The log structure was donated by Sam...
    • Millard-Lee House after Dedication

    • Millard-Lee House after Dedication

    • Historic buildings; Buildings; Building dedications; Photographs; Architecture; Houses; Chimneys

    • Millard-Lee house black and white photograph after it was awarded a Texas Medallion (Recorded Historic Texas Landmark - RHTL) by the Texas Historical Commission. Built in 1837 by Robert Millard, the house was later purchased by the Lee family. It...
    • Millard-Lee House

    • Millard-Lee House

    • Dwellings; Structures; Historic buildings; Architecture; Chimneys;

    • The Millard-Lee house was built in 1837 as a family home. It is a rare East Texas example of a “two-story double house” and furnished with nineteenth-century antiques and historic documents.
    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Men Standing Next to Silo

    • Working class; Men; Grain elevators; Silos; Historic buildings;

    • A 3.5'' x 3.5'' black and white photograph of three men at work near a grain silo. One of the men is hanging off the ladder of a silo while the other two men are feeding grain onto a belt. The silo looks like the one located off 259, coming into...
    • Lera Thomas Watches Crew Hook Up Caboose

    • Lera Thomas Watches Crew Hook Up Caboose

    • Railroad cabooses; Transportation; Historic sites; Trailers; Carriage houses; African Americans; Fences; Historic buildings;

    • Lera Thomas can be seen in the background of this color photograph watching the men prepare the caboose to be processed and moved. The caboose is being moved to Millard's Crossing on a wheeled steel l-beam frame. The caboose was part of train...
    • Front Left Picture of Burrows-Millard House

    • Front Left Picture of Burrows-Millard House

    • Building dedications; Buildings; Historic buildings; Photographs; Houses; Architecture; Chimneys

    • Black and white photograph of the Burrows-Millard house after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission, taken from the right front view. Constructed around 1867-1874 by Elijah M. Burrows it was later expanded by the...
    • Burrows-Millard House Picture from Right Front

    • Burrows-Millard House Picture from Right Front

    • Buildings; Building dedications; Historic buildings; Photographs; Architecture; Chimneys; Historical markers; Houses

    • Black and white photograph of the Burrows-Millard house after it was awarded a Texas Medallion by the Texas Historical Commission, taken from the right front view. Constructed around 1867-1874 by Elijah M. Burrows it was later expanded by the...
    • Burrows-Millard House Medallion

    • Burrows-Millard House Medallion

    • Historic buildings; Historical markers; Dwellings; Plaques;

    • Texas Historical Commission medallion on the Burrows-Millard House located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village. The medallion reads, "Confederate veteran Elijah M. Burrows (1844-93) built the rear portion of this pioneer farmhouse before he...
    • Burrows House Dry Sink

    • Burrows House Dry Sink

    • Antiques; Furniture; Historic buildings; Interiors; Pottery;

    • A "dry sink" in the Burrows House located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village. China plates and other artifacts are in the cupboard. A large metal tray is in the sink as originally displayed by Mrs. Thomas.
    • Burrows House After Restoration

    • Burrows House After Restoration

    • Historic buildings; Houses; Historic Sites; Architecture; Chimneys; Buildings; Porches;

    • This nineteenth-century farm house located in Millard's Crossing Historic Village features a gaming table with corner drink holders, a life-sized doll, hand carved furniture, and a back porch well where children can draw water. The Burrows house...
    • 1912 Photograph of Parsonage

    • 1912 Photograph of Parsonage

    • Photographs; Historic buildings; Architecture; Houses

    • This is a black and white / sepia photograph of parsonage in 1912. There is a note accompanying it that says "Where I was born, W.N. McKenney, 8737 Bunningham, Houston, TX 77055. My father was Rev. S. Stephen McKenney." The house has a wooden...

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