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Friday, December 02, 2016
We will be CLOSED December 24, 25, 31, January 1, 2017 for the holidays. The balance of the month, our.... More
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02/22/20
GPS: N32* 19.379' W097* 26.947' Please remember:***We are on the west bank of Lake Pat Cleburne right along Hwy 67 just one mile west of Texas Health Hospital!*** 101 Chisholm Trail, Cleburne, 76033. We are right along Hwy 67 outside of town. HOURS: Jan 1 to March 31-WINTER HOURS Saturdays 10am to 5pm and Sundays 1pm to 5pm. Apr 1.... Read More
2015 Original Poco Bueno Saddle Found at CTOM!
04/29/16
Let me tell you a story about my first time at Chisholm Trail Museum in Cleburne, Texas. Don Decker called and ask me if I would meet him at the Museum to drop off some of my Books I wrote; No Shortcuts To Glory, so I headed out. Well when I got there Don was hanging around the Jail talking,.... Read More
2016 Official Address for CTOM!
02/22/16
IT'S OFFICIAL! We have been directed by the City of Cleburne to use our original address of 101 Chisholm Trail, Cleburne, Texas 76033! We are now in the process of changing all paperwork and Internet sites. So far, Google Maps has been the most accurate map service. Please advise any new visitors to use Google Maps! Thank you and come.... Read More
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Chisholm Trail Marker - Nolan River Fire Department
From this high point overlooking the Nolan River Valley, two feeder trails emerged from the west. Arriving here above the lowlands, the herds could graze through the night adding extra weight so they would be easier to handle during the.... Read More
Did you know?
In Texas, there were hundreds of feeder trails heading north to one of the main cattle trails. In the early 1840s, most cattle were driven up the Shawnee Trail. The Chisholm Trail was previously used by Indian hunting and raiding parties; it went north from Austin through Waco, Wardville and Fort Worth.

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