Normangee can be found in southwestern Leon County. It was first established as a station in 1905. The community of Rogers Prairie were attracted to the area. Normangee was named for Norman G. Kittrell, a prominent local judge and legislator. Since there was already a Norman, Oklahoma, the town renamed itself Normangee. The town incorporated in 1913, including land in Madison County within the town limits. In 1921 the Zion Baptist Church was organized as the first black church in town. The El Camino Real Centennial Monument in the Old Spanish Road is 8 feet tall. It says that Normangee was the home of the Old San Antonio Road Association.
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