Thanks  to the efforts  of  one  the  Foundation’s past-presidents, Odis Lowe and  life-long resident Jerry Wimpee, one of the oldest windmills in Rockwall County, dating back to 1866, now stands proudly behind  the main museum. It was originally erected near the present-day corner of Hartman and Renfro streets by J. H. Hartman and provided water for his steam-powered cotton gin. It stands sixty-five feet tall with an eight-foot blade span.

In 2019, a storm toppled the historic windmill. It is has been repaired and will soon be re-erected on the museum grounds in a new place. Stay tuned! go essay writing practice viagra makes my eyes red thesis writing service center delhi of mice and men essay of loneliness click here example of formal and informal essay research paper on internet banking cialis perdita di efficacia click go here premarin and jaundice cambridge checkpoint english paper 2 here machine learning thesis project viagra timeline essays on corruption in hindi language miglior sito per cialis how can i write an essay on my computer kabaddi essay in gujarati one page marketing resume never fax resume viagra para la mujer en usa ciri viagra a2 history coursework aqa To make a donation, click  DONATE NOW!