Texas Trivia

In 1913 Texas planted some seven million acres in corn and harvested an average of twenty-one bushels per acre. The acres had dropped to a low of 500,000 in the mid-1970s. However, the development of new hybrids increased plantings in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In 1980 feed-corn acres reached one million. Commercial sweet corn added 1,800 acres in that year, although it should be noted that thousands of additional acres of sweet corn are grown annually in home gardens. Improved strains, more scientific cultivation and fertilization, and expansion of irrigation increased yields of corn in Texas from 10 to 25 bushels an acre during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to 90 to 120 bushels in 1975


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Welcome to PureTexan.com!
Your outfitters for the Southwestern Lifestyle

We are proud to bring you what we feel are the best in products available to facilitate your Texas and Southwest lifestyle.
Finely crafted items that embrace the Texana heritage, items that we know will be treasures for generations to come.

It matters not if you are a Native Texan, as long as you are a Pure Texan.
In our travels, we continually search all the corners of our great State looking for finely crafted items that embrace the Texana heritage, items that we know will be treasures for generations to come.

PureTexan.com is Home of The Orginal 100% Texas Woman Pendant (Click here to see it!)

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While we developed this site to feature our unique creations featuring the Official State Stone, the Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz (Click here to see the largest known Lone Star Cut topaz), we soon began to realize that there were many other unique offerings from many talented, many Native Texan, artists that should be shared with the rest of the State.
We found Artesanos that worked with Colored Stones, Sterling Silver, Hill Country Lime Stone and so many types of mediums that it blew our minds.

From handcrafted jewelry and craft items from the Native Texans of piney woods of East Texas, or Tejano crafts from the true artesanos of the South Texas Borders, Wood and Native Texas Limestone creations from the Hill Country, various crafts shared from the coastal regions, items hewn with care from North Texas and the Red River Valley, and even the rare Concho Pearls from West Texas, we are here to bring it all together for you.

Take a look around, enjoy the site, let us know if there is anything you would like to see.
Enjoy your visit and please, tell your Pure Texan friends about us!


New Products

  1. Quick view Sterling Silver Star Ring

    Sterling Silver Star Ring
  2. Quick view Three Pure Texan Window Stickers/Decals

    Three Pure Texan Window Stickers/Decals
  3. Quick view Native Texan Ranger Badge Belt Buckle

    Native Texan Ranger Badge Belt Buckle
  4. Quick view State Seal Golf Divot Tool

    State Seal Golf Divot Tool