Salty, Texas

HISTORY

Welcome to Salty, Texas

Home Of The Salty Singing Convention.

Salty, Texas is located in southern Milam County on County Road 446. Salty was settled in 1860 and named after nearby Salty Creek. Violence erupted in the 1880s over barbed-wire fences. Designated a voting precinct in 1886, Salty received a post office in 1894. The church, built in 1871, was rebuilt in 1950. The post office closed in 1906.

 

PHOTOS

Sights Around Salty, Texas

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Salty Cemetery
MAMIYA 6 & KODAK TRI-X

Salty Cemetery

Salty, Tx, named after a nearby creek, was settled in 1860. All that remains today is a cemetery, church, and community center.

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Salty Church
MAMIYA 6 & KODAK TRI-X

Salty Church

In Salty, Texas, the Salty Community Church building was rebuilt in 1950 and has displayed a historical marker out-front since 1971.

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