The county, established in 1846, was named for John Calhoun, a famed politician and the seventh vice president of the United States.
A few months after Texas became a state, the first legislature created Calhoun County from southern portions of Victoria, Jackson ... More
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PORT O'CONNOR - Good fishing, competition and camaraderie attract visitors to more than a dozen annual fishing tournaments in Calhoun ... More
PORT LAVACA - The 77-year-old Port Lavaca Main Street Theatre, which thrived during the 1930s and '40s swing era, was ... More
County population: 21,381 More