New Ulm, Texas is a small, unincorporated town in south central Texas located midway between Austin and Houston. It was founded in 1841 as "Duff's Settlement", named for James C. Duff, who purchased the original land on which the town was built.
New Ulm, at the intersection of FM 109 and FM 1094, it is midway between six larger towns — Columbus, Bellville, Brenham, Sealy, Fayetteville and LaGrange.
New Ulm has an active Chamber of Commerce, a volunteer fire department, and a Lions Club.
Web Sites and Links
ChefMoz: New UlmDetailed restaurant listings and dining guide with reviews submitted by the public, and links to outside reviews. Search by name, cuisine, rating, or location.
Handbook of Texas OnlineCommunity history and information.
N5 RanchRaising registered Texas longhorns and quarter horses. Includes photo tour of the ranch and herd information.
New Ulm Texas Chamber of CommerceIncludes community and business directory, history, art festival, and calendar.