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Contact Lisa at bordencohistory@gmail.com for reservation or historical queries.

 MISSION: Continuing the Vision, Updating and Saving Archives for the Future

                   Gail Borden 
Borden County was established in 1876 and is named for
 Gail Borden. (Wikipedia)
 Gail Borden 

Born: Nov. 9, 1801
Died January 11, 1874

                                                                        Mushaway Peak


            Borden County Heritage Day

Addresses of Borden County Officials
Borden County History (TXGenWeb Project)
Borden County Historical Populations
Borden County Cemeteries
Early Marriage Record 1891-1898
1909 Poll Tax Receipts  
Confederate Veterans 1908         
1897-98 Gail School Pupils
1916 & 1917 Borden Co. Teachers
Historical Photo's
Can You Help to Identify Old Photo's
Visit the Scurry County Museum
Facebook  (Borden County Museum - Like us on Facebook)
Facebook (Borden County Extension and 4H)
Facebook (Lighting of the Star on Gail Mountain)
Facebook (Borden County ISD)
Facebook (Borden County ISD Friends)


Borden County is now part of the Quanah Parker trail;                                           L/R: Ron Parker, Charles Smith, Don Parker and Bruce Parker.  (Charles is the arrow artist.)
For information:  http://www.quanahparkertrail.com         Ron, Don and Bruce are great-grandsons of Quanah. (Photo by: Holle Humphries)














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