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CAMERON TEXAS
The town of Cameron was small village before Sam Houston liberated Texas in the Battle of San Jacinto. In April 1846 the Texas Legislature authorized a seven-member commission to find a permanent site for the county seat of Milam. The commission purchased a sixty-acre tract of Daniel Monroe’s headright on the Little River in 1846. The new town was named Cameron, in honor of Ewen Cameron. He was a Scot highlander prominent in the Texas Revolution and a member of the Mier Expedition during the war with Mexico.
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Cameron Texas, Monument Hill State Park, Historical Churches, Cameron Wall Murals, Benjamin Rush Milam, Milam County Courthouse, Milam County Jail of 1895, Site of First Home in Cameron, Lawrence Sullivan Ross, Milam County Bridges, Sugarload Bridge / Mountain, John Hobson, Historical Homes, Dutch Town, Dutchtowne Deli & Cafe, Cameron Park, O.J. Thomas High School, C.H. Yoe High School, Cameron Festivals

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