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Structure, Texas is 10 miles southeast of Taylor in southeast Williamson County on FM 619. Structure was founded sometime in the 1920s, and once had a cotton gin, filling station, and several other businesses.
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Stranger, Texas is located in Falls County on FM 1771. Stranger, first known as Upper Blue Ridge, was first settled in the 1840s. A post office finally opened in 1879 after the town's name changed to Stranger.
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Shelby, Texas is located in Austin County at the intersection of FM 389 & 1457. Settled in the early 1840s by German immigrants, the town was named after David Shelby, one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred, the original land grantees that made up the first colony in the Mexican state of Texas.
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Sheffield, Texas is located in Pecos County near the Pecos River at the junction of former US Highway 290 (now State Highway 290) & State Highway 349. Sheffield was established near a ford on the Pecos River, a natural crossing point once used by the San Antonio-El Paso Mail Route.
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Selma, Texas is located in Bexar, Comal & Guadalupe Counties on Interstate 35, where it crosses Cibolo Creek. The first settlement occurred in 1847, and a post office opened in 1856.
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