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Mulberry was named after the fruit trees found
there and was established in the early 1880s, although initial settlement had
been over 30 years before. A post office opened in 1886 but closed 20 years later.
Mulberry had a store, a church, two cotton gins, a blacksmith, and two gristmills.
Earlier estimates are not available, but during the Great Depression, the population
was estimated at 89 people.
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