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CLIMAX, TEXAS

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Nacogdoches County, East Texas

Just off Highway 59 on La Nana Bayou
8 Miles S of Nacogdoches the county seat
Population: 0

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History on a Pinhead

The community began around 1900 as a flag stop on the Texas and New Orleans Railroad.

The only population figure available is a count of 28 people in 1910. It was reported that the community once had several stores, but itís proximity to Nacogdoches prevented growth.

Nacogdoches County Texas  1907 postal map
Nacogdoches County 1907 postal map showing the Texas and New Orleans Railroad
From Texas state map #2090
Courtesy Texas General Land Office

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