The county of Shelby, located east of the Texas state, was established in 1836 and organized in 1837. It was named after Isaac Shelby, a veteran of the American Revolution. This county has been economically dependent on its poultry, timber, cattle, and tourism industries; poultry, egg, beef cattle, and hay were its primary products. It also features interesting historical and recreational sites from the Shelby County Museum to the Attoyac Bayou, Pinkston Reservoir, and Toledo Bend Reservoir, where you can hunt, fish, and camp. Its county seat is also home to a What-A-Melon Festival every July, and a poultry festival every October. Furthermore, Mexican, Italian, Southwestern, and American cuisines are dominant in this county.
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