A wide green valley criss-crossed by Plum Creek forms the landscape for Uhland, Texas, which began its recorded history with German farmers who settled there in the late 1800s.
Situated on the Hays-Caldwell County line, the community is divided by historic El Camino Real, the official trail between Mexico and Louisiana.
Originally called Live Oak at its founding in 1860, the community was renamed Uhland in 1900 when the first post office was established.
Historians credit Louis Scheh, a German native who moved to the area in 1880 with naming the community for a German poet he admired, Ludwig Uhland.
Uhland is located in a beautiful area with awesome natural landscapes.
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