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After the Civil War, encouraged by the growing national market for kerosene and other petroleum products, Lyne T. Barrett drilled and completed a well near Oil Springs in Nacogdoches County, but a decline in prices barred further financing of the venture. In 1886, George Dullnig, a Bexar County rancher, discovered a small quantity while drilling for water, but it was not sufficient to justify additional development. The first economically significant discovery came in 1894 in Navarro County near Corsicana. The Corsicana oilfield developed gradually and peaked in 1900, when it produced more than 839,000 barrels of oil.

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Texas State Seal Charm

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19mm Tx State Seal Charm

Texas State Seal Charm

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The Texas State Seal, crisply die struck with a fancy bail is to be worn as a necklace or on a bracelet.
At 19mm (3/4") it is the perfect size. Made of Gold Plated base metal.

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