Krum is one of the crown jewels of North Texas. Located north of Fort Worth and just west of Denton, Krum was once famous for an award-winning strain of wheat. The town even established three grain mills to accommodate wheat production. Over a million pounds of grain were shipped in 1900, when Krum was known as the largest wagon grain market in the United States. The town now serves northwest Denton County as a center for agricultural, financial, and emergency services, with its citizens as Krum's major asset. Descendants of many of the original settlers are still here by preference and are proud to tell the world they live in Krum. Why go anywhere else?
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.38(d)|
About the Author
Author Della Davis has lived in Krum all her life. At an early age, Della began collecting pictures, artifacts, and stories about Krum, and she has been the primary resource for the displays in the new Krum Heritage Museum. She has published three books dealing with the history of Krum.
Author George Hubbard is an adopted son of Krum who has chosen to spend his retirement years enjoying its small-town atmosphere. As a part-time historian, Hubbard has published several books and articles dealing with various facets of the American West and its history.