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Representatives of the National Trust For Historic Preservation were in Milam County recently touring two sites important to the history of minorities in Milam County. At left is La Escuelita, a former Hispanic school just east of Rockdale. From left are Robert Zapata (representing La Escuelita), local historian Joy Graham, Leah Brown and Sarah Tuey of the National Trust. Right photo, the former Rosenwald School for African Americans at Davilla. From left, Geri Burnett, county historical commission, Brown, Eileen Gadison of the Davilla community and Tuey. Graham said minority sites are 2011 priorities for the National Trust. Representatives of the National Trust For Historic Preservation were in Milam County recently touring two sites important to the history of minorities in Milam County. At left is La Escuelita, a former Hispanic school just east of Rockdale. From left are Robert Zapata (representing La Escuelita), local historian Joy Graham, Leah Brown and Sarah Tuey of the National Trust. Right photo, the former Rosenwald School for African Americans at Davilla. From left, Geri Burnett, county historical commission, Brown, Eileen Gadison of the Davilla community and Tuey. Graham said minority sites are 2011 priorities for the National Trust.

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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