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DIDO, TEXAS

Texas Ghost Town
Walker County, East Texas

No directions available
Just NW of Huntsville
Population: 0

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History in a Pecan Shell

No history currently available. Not to be confused with Dido (also a ghost town) in Tarrant County.

It can be assumed that the town was named after the Queen of Carthage.
Dido listening to Aeneas giving an account of the Trojan War
by Aeneas Pierre-Narcisse Guérin

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Walker County 1907 postal map showing Dido
(North of Huntsville, W of Riverside)

Courtesy Texas General Land Office

Dido, Texas Area Towns:
Huntsville
Houston
See Walker County
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