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Volume II of Between The Sulphurs Is Released

Just in time for the gift-giving season the second volume of Between the Sulphurs will be available at the Delta County Public Library, First National Bank, Enloe State Bank and at the Cooper Review. It is compiled by Judy Falls and Sylvia Wood, local historians. It is printed and available for purchase.

When purchasing both volumes, it is a bargain price of $40. Each volume is $25. To reserve the latest Between the Sulphurs Volume II, call the Delta County Public Library at 903.395.4575.

This book is dedicated to Sylvia Wood because she has devoted the past decade to preserving the history of Delta County. She has worked tirelessly to research, scan, and catalogue and edit the heritage of Delta County.

The book pays homage to the Delta County Public Library and its team of volunteers and board members.

It is filled with photos from the schools, organizations and sports in Delta County as well as elected officials, businesses and much more history, many which as courtesy of the Cooper Review. It covers many of the surrounding communities such as Klondike, Enloe, Charleston, Gough, Mt. Joy, Pecan Gap, Shiloh, West Delta, Yowel and more along with families tied to Delta County like Hooten, Bettes, Brewer, Kerbow, Adams, McCaleb, Moore, Dever, Nabors, Wood and Singleton plus many others.

This edition is special as it also includes stories told of the history and memories of life in Delta County. Stories such as the mustang horses in this area, cotton gins, ice house, and the railroad are featured in Volume II. More stories and tales from Delta County’s past can be found documented in this treasure of a book.

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