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Olive, Hardin County, Texas

An Extinct Sawmill Town and the Olive-Sternenberg Partnership That Built It

By W. T. Block

First published in The Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record Vol. XXVI, No. 1 in November 1990.

(see also Beaumont Enterprise article)

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