Contents

 1.  How this web site came to be
 2. Saltillo's Namesake
 3. Maps 
         o Map of Saltillo, by Thomas Minter
         o Aerial Map of Saltillo
         o Topographic Map of Saltillo
         o Map of the Area, 1851          
         o Sketch of Saltillo homes and businesses around 
             1920, by Dr. Dade Sparks
          o Portion of an original property map, and landowners of the 1940s,
             south of Saltillo
          o A cartographer's map of the Cotton Belt Route Railroad. Made in                           1886
 4. Snippets of History
 5. Places and People over the years
 6. School days
10. Churches
11. Saltillo's Airfield
12. Letters:  E-mails, Announcements, 
       historic letters, other . . . 
13. Stories of Saltillo, the book. 
      About the people, places, and 
       events over time in a small East 
      Texas prairie town.
14. More Stories of Saltillo
       By Robert Cowser
      The Sounds of Home, 
       A Saltillian's Recollection of Coach "Catfish Smith 
       Helping a Couple Keep in Touch
       She will be Comin' by Greyhound
       An Anecdotal Account of Certain Texas Public Schools in the First Half of
       the Twentieth Century
        A Brief History of the Chautauqua School
        A Brief History of the Saltillo School (Hopkins County, Texas)
 15.   By Thomas J. Minter
        Gene Autry Keeps Following Me Around
        When the Railroads Came to Hopkins County
        The Old Jefferson Wagon Road
         Frontiersman James Selen Stout  
        Paul Dodson Remembered
  16.  Saltillo's Own Bob Armstrong Playing Some Oldies on YouTube.
        Jambalaya 
        Theme from the Flintstones
         Back Home Again in Indiana
         Crazy
         Chinatown
         Scotch and Soda
         Sweet Georgia Brown
17. Other Saltillos
18. Saltillo Today
      Homecoming Announcements
19. How to Contribute to this Web Site
20. Links to Related Web Sites
     The Minters of Pine Forest, Texas
            All about a family who settled in the area in 1855
      Hopkins County Genealogical Society (HCGS)
            Accepts inquiries, publishes a quarterly, histories on families
               and places, cemetery information, library, and much more.
               Headquartered in Sulphur Springs, and open to the public.
      Saltillo Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter
           Associated with Saltillo School. Mr. Michael Teague, advisor
      Sulphur Springs, Texas
            Official web site of the town
      Front Porch News
            A web site devoted to Hopkins County . . . history . . . pictures . . . books . . . 
              stories . . . and much more. Created and maintained by Bobby McDonald
      Hopkins County Historical Society
           Heritage Park and Museum
        Hopkins County TxGenWeb
            History and Genealogy of Hopkins County
21. Books, Magazines, Articles, etc. pertaining to Hopkins County 
22. Various Hopkins County Cemeteries, including Stouts Creek
23. Who is Buried in Old Saltillo Cemetery?
              A Note from Wanda Corn about compiling the listings for Old Saltillo Cemetery.
            Old Saltillo Cemetery Interments
            The results of Wanda's and others work may be found at www.findagrave.com                                 Please send short bio and a picture 
                for person buried. The working list 
                (19 pages) of those buried is also 
                downloadable here in PDF for 
                your convenience.  
 24. East Texas Cooking/Recipes
          By Salley Shannon
              Hopkins County Stew
          By Thomas Minter
              Another version of Hopkins County Stew with some:
              Iced Tea & Cornbread 
 25.  Preparing and Cooking Pinto Beans
           From the Tyler Morning Telegraph
 26. Obituaries
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