Where to Shop
Specializing in out-of-print, scarce, eclectic and occasionally new books. Selections in Texas History, Americana and Children’s Books bring customers from far and wide. Pratt’s is an adventure!
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Crazy Cora’s Emporium
The old Young County Jail has been converted by Cora Barker and now houses mini-shops offering jewelry, antiques, collectables, home decor, snacks and lots more.
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And there’s more!
Look for The Tattered Pearl on 4th Street and Pistols & Petticoats on Elm Street for women’s clothing. We’ll be posting more places to shop as we find them. Southern Charm of South Bend has gifts and collectibles, and Loving Naturals is a country store and artisan market. Read about them on the “Eat” page!
Bring your Camera!
The downtown especially is quite picturesque, with old buildings, painted murals and the lovely town square. The area was first settled in 1871, when two Graham brothers moved from Kentucky to Texas after the Civil War. That same year, the Warren Wagon Train Raid occurred a few miles north of the city. Graham was established in 1872 with purchase of a local saltworks. The original town newspaper, The Leader, is still in existence today! Find out more about Graham and Young County on Wikipedia.