Historical Marker: Ganado      



Established in 1882 as a shipping point on New York, Texas & Mexican Railroad. Named Ganado (Spanish for "herd") by railroad official. Became a boomtown in 1891-92 when Scandinavian immigrants settled area. Today a farm, oil and shipping center.
Location:  At the City Hall, corner of 2nd & Putman, Ganado


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