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Happy New Year! From Jefferson, Texas

Hopefully everyone had an enjoyable, festive Christmas Holiday. Jefferson, Texas not only celebrates Christmas in a big way, but also Mardi Gras, The 4th of July and New Year’s Eve. On New Year’s Eve Weekend, in Jefferson you can ride … Continue reading

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Second Weekend of Christmas in Jefferson, Texas

The second weekend of Christmas in Jefferson, Texas saw even bigger crowds than last weekend. The weather was much colder but it seemed to enhance the Christmas Spirit. People formed long lines to see the Candlelight Tour of Homes and … Continue reading

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New Books About Jefferson, Texas

  One of the many things that attract people to Jefferson, Texas is the architecture. Jefferson, with a population of around 2,000, has over sixty buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.   Coincidentally two books, that showcase the architectural … Continue reading

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