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In the midst of social unrest stands a silent, slate-gray statue of an unknown soldier resting on his musket, erected by the Daughters of the Confederacy in 1912 with the inscription, “In Honor of the Dead and Living of Ellis County Who Wore the Gray. Banners may be Furled, but Heroism Lives Forever.”

WAXAHACHIE – The heat of the summer Texas sun beats down on the rusty colored bricks of the historic Ellis ...

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Ellis County Press

208 S Central St. 
Ferris, TX 75125