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Dickinson, Texas has an unusual history. Originally popular in the 1800s because of its very fertile land, it became known for producing a wide variety of fruits. Once the cities of Galveston and Houston became more populous, the railroad and then the trolley line reached the area. Dickinson evolved into a popular recreational area.
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One of those recreations was gambling. Dickinson became a major hub for open gambling. In a tongue-in-cheek reference to the Mason/Dickson Line, it was referred to as the Maceo/Dickinson Line*. Numerous popular clubs like the "Town Country Club", the "4 Rose Garden", and the "Emite Brothers Dickinson Card Club" sprang up. These drew folks from the cities of Galveston and Houston, for a little fun. The Texas Rangers shut down open gambling in all of Galveston County in 1957. Since then, Dickinson has become an integral part of the Houston/Galveston economic and cultural area. We are proud to be part of such an interesting area and welcome residents, new and long-time, to visit us for great furniture and mattresses at the best prices.

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*Maceo was a purported mob boss who was located on Galveston island
in the 1940s and 1950s . He was said to have controlled all the territory south of Dickinson to the Gulf Coast.