About the RR Complex

Built in 1902 by architect George B. Stowe to replace the prior building after it burned down, the Galveston Houston & Henderson (GH&H) rail depot served Dickinson through the 19th & 20th centuries. The architecture is unique of the GH&H line featuring a cupola and decorative touches giving the building a more grand design….

GH&H RAILROAD

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Juneteenth in Moores Addition

Juneteenth in Moore’s Addition

My Uncle Sole made an instrument by tying up string to a broom and rubbing it across the ground or floor. We would dance to guitar music by Willie Fraiser and Base Guitar music and fiddlers. When night fell

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PRESERVATION THROUGH EDUCATION