Wood County, Texas Land Information
Named after George T. Wood, who served as Governor of Texas from 1847-1849, Wood County extends over 696 square miles. Wood County hails from a rich history of oil discovery, coal, discovery, and the economic boom from the railroad industry. Wood County houses a population of over 43,000 residents, and its largest city is Mineola. With such a rich history comes many historic sites, including the Callaway House, the Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant, and Jarvis Christian College to name a few. Land for sale in Wood County, Texas, recently totaled more than $135 million and approximately 11,700 acres. Wood County is Texas's 225th largest county (645 square miles). Wood County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more Texas land and rural properties
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