Early History of Fannin County

Fannin County, Texas

Arkansas Gazette, March 1, 1836.  Read about the trip of early Fannin County settlers down the Red River from Arkansas.


​A Bit of Fannin County History, from the Honey Grove Signal, December 24, 1909.


Bonham News Annual 1888.


Carter, W. A.  History of Fannin County, Texas.  History, Statistics and Biographies. 1885


Caylor, Mrs. J. L. Reminiscences at Seventy-Nine.  From the Bonham Herald, December 29, 1932.


Evans, Judge W. A.  Bonham 52 Years Ago.


Frair, John.  Fort Inglish - The State of Bonhan.  Bonham Daily Favorite, September 13, 1992


Inglish, Charles.  Posts of Toll Bridge of Civil War Days In Good Condition.  Reprinted from the Bonham Herald in the Honey Grove Signal-Citizen, February 7, 1941


Old Choc Articles on Early Times in Fannin/Grayson County.


100 Year Old Letters Found in 1958.


Penwell, Locke C.  Articles on early Fannin County History.


​Pool, Colonel C. C.  Fannin County 54 Years Ago and As It Is Now.  The Daily Favorite, January 11, 1909.


​Rowlett, Anderson.  A Short Chapter About the Trials of the Early Pioneers of Fannin County.


Scott, Tom.  Fannin County in the Republic of Texas.  Bonham Daily Favorite, Feb. 19, 1986


Street Scenes in Bonham in 1872 and in 1921.  Bonham Daily Favorite, May 6, 1921


Strickland, Rex Wallace.  History of Fannin County, Texas, 1836-1843, Part I.  Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v.33, p. 262-298.  1929-30.  Available online at the Portal to Texas History.


Strickland, Rex Wallace.  History of Fannin County, Texas, 1836-1843, Part II.  Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v. 34, p. 38-68.  1930-31.  Available online at the Portal to Texas History.


"Them Good Old Days" When Oxen Did the Job.  Bonham Herald, March 10, 1938.


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Fannin County Record Book, 1838-


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