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[nak-uh-doh-chuh z]
  1. a city in N Texas.
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Historical Examples of nacogdoches

  • A man called Faulkner—a fine fellow from Nacogdoches—spoke to us.

    Remember the Alamo

    Amelia E. Barr

  • Nacogdoches was one of the earliest Spanish settlements of this region.

  • The insurgents granted this delay, by which the Commandant profited to send in all haste to the Nacogdoches garrison to help him.

    The Border Rifles

    Gustave Aimard

  • Nacogdoches is merely a station for troops, and contains nearly 500 souls.

  • In 1805, Nacogdoches was fortified against American advance, and the following year is reported with five hundred inhabitants.