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BULAH, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Cherokee County, East Texas
FM 23
8 miles SW of Rusk
Population: 0

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Bulah School,  Bulah, Texas
Bulah School
Photo courtesy Lori Martin, 2005
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History in a Pecan Shell

This predominantly black community was settled sometime prior to 1900. The 1940 census reported a population of 25 people who had their own school and a union church. After WWII most residents left, but the school remains and is still used for reunions.
Adams Chapel Methodist Church near Rusk Texas
Adams Chapel Methodist Church a mile past the Bulah School on the same side of the road.
Photo courtesy Lori Martin, 2005
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