The Cherokee Rose Trading Post - A little boutique carrying lovely antiques
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The Cherokee Rose Trading Post is named in Honor of the history of the area and is located in ROSHARON, TEXAS at the intersection of Farm roads 521 and 1462  The area was settled before the Civil War by cotton and sugar planters and probably had no name until 1859, when the Columbia Tap Railroad was completed and a stop at this intersection was named Masterson's Station for the owner of a nearby plantation. It was also known locally as Buttermilk Station because an early resident frequently brought a bucket of buttermilk and a dipper to the stop to treat the crew to a drink.
About 1900 George Wetmore Colles, Jr., along with his wife Sharon, bought property near the site.  He called his place, and later the town, the Rose of Sharon Garden Ranch after his wife and because of the Cherokee roses that grew wild in the area. The town's name was later shortened to Rosharon. Mr. Colles obtained a post office in 1912 and also designed the community water system.
If you live in the area and are interested in visiting our trading post, check our About Us page for our current hours and a map to our store.
We hope to have you visit again! Check back later for new product updates to our website or feel free to contact us about items you may be looking to acquire.
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