Marshall City is an educational and cultural center found in the county of Harrison in Texas, US. It was founded in 1841 and incorporated in 1843. According to the census of 2010, the city’s population was estimated at 23,523. During the American Civil War, it was both a production and a political city of the confederacy. It served as a railroad center between late19th and mid-20th century. Marshall is well known for having one of the greatest light festivals in the US. The city’s nicknames include “Cultural Capital of East Texas,” among others. The city had a larger number of slaves than other areas of the state.
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