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Seagoville, Texas

Located in southeastern Dallas County, the first settlers of Seagoville arrived in the 1860s. In the 1870s, more pioneers settled in the area, including the town's founder, T. K. Seago, who built a general store there in 1876. The community was known as Seago until 1910, when the post office name was changed to Seagoville. Seagoville's growth has paralleled that of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The Seagoville Federal Correctional Institute is located here.

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A.W. Perry Homestead Museum

Built in 1909 from material salvaged from the first Perry home built in 1857, the A.W. Perry Homestead stayed in the family u...

Pat Cleburne Municipal Golf Course

Pat Cleburne Municipal Golf course's front nine is flat and easy to walk, whereas its back nine, built on hilly terrain by Le...

Sneed Log Cabin

In 1838, Joseph P. Sneed crossed the prairies on horseback to bring his family and the Bible to a new home in Texas. He and h...