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Bell Co.
30.88 North
97.50 West

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History of Salado in the Handbook of Texas
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  1. Accents of Salado / SaladoTex.com
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Shopping / Web Portals
    SaladoTex.com welcomes the visitor to the historic village of Salado. The site highlights shopping and lodging facilities, the 2003 Calendar of Salado Events and Salado History.

  2. Central Texas Area Museum
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Museums / Historical
    The Museum, located in one of Texas' most interesting small villages with an early frontier history, was founded in order to preserve the historical items of our early frontier days. It also was established for the purpose of housing a library which is to contain books and papers connected with the settlement of Texas and of the Central Texas area.

  3. History of Salado, Texas - The Handbook of Texas Online
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: History / Local
    The Handbook of Texas Online is a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture.

  4. History of Salado, Texas by Patricia Lawshe Barton
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: History / Local

  5. Online Shopping at Accents of Salado
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Shopping / Gift Shops
    Each month Accents of Salado features ten accesories that are the Top Ten best-selling home and garden design items in our store in Salado, Texas. Call us today on our toll free order line.

    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Travel / Guides
    From the IIs of Texas.

  7. Salado Silver Spur Theater
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Entertainment / Theatre
    The Salado Silver Spur Theater is a step back in time. The shows combine vintage movies, cartoons, and shorts with live vaudeville style performances. 108 Royal Street, Salado. 254-947-3456. Season begins every March. Check online schedule for shows.

  8. Salado, Texas
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Travel / Guides
    Today, nearly 150 years after Salado was officially established, the enchanting character and friendly spirit that has long defined the village is evident everywhere you look. Innkeepers, restaurateurs, artists, merchants and residents have all come together to build one of the most beautiful and unique communities in Texas.

  9. Salado, Texas - TexasEscapes.com
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Travel / Guides
    TexasEscapes.com offers a unique look at Texas. The site offers a nostalgic look at the people, places and architecture that help to make Texas so unique.

  10. Shiny Top Ranch
    Salado, (Bell County)
    Topic: Hunting / Guides
    White tail deer, Hogs, Turkey. Bow Hunting Only. Hunting with Gary Trapp, Salado.

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