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City of Calf Creek, Texas listings.
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Castroville, the "little Alsace" of Texas, is located on the Medina River and U.S. Highway 90 twenty-five miles west of San Antonio in eastern Medina County. The town was named for its founder, Henri Castro, with whom the Republic of Texas negotiated an empresario contract on January 15, 1842. Castro's grant began four miles west of the Medina River and comprised frontier lands in Comanche territory. Wanting to locate his first settlement on the Medina River, Castro purchased the sixteen leagues between his grant and the river from John McMullen of San Antonio.

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This is a listing of websites relating to or residing within Clute City, Texas.
For sites and links pertinent to College Station and the surrounding area. There will, of course, be many that are also applicable to College Station's older twin sister, Bryan.
This category serves to inform people about the many dynamics that make the city of Conroe, Texas.
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Cotulla is La Salle County's largest town and the county seat. Its population in the 2000 census was 3,614.
Please submit all listings for this locality to the Riverside or Walker County categories.
Remnants of a community outside of Riverside in Walker County, Texas. Postal and municipal services now provided by Riverside.
President George W. Bush has a ranch home near Crawford. Crawford is located west of Waco in western McLennan County. Other nearby communities include McGregor, Valley Mills, Gatesville, and Clifton. It is located near the division of two vegetation areas known as the Blackland Prairies and the Cross Timbers and Prairies. It is also on the dividing line between the parts of Texas that are allied by culture to the South (plantations and cotton) or to the West (ranches and cattle). The zip code is 76638 and the telephone exchange for most phones is (254)486-
Located on the Bolivar peninsula, the community was completely destroyed by Hurricane Ike on September 13, 2008.
Offering sites dedicated to the community of Cypress.
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