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506 N. US 377, Argyle, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 7' 17.981652", -97° 11' 6.58482"
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    This area was first settled in the 1850s by members of the . In 1881 the town of Argyle was started by Galveston developer James Morrill, when a rail line was built through the area. Early residents came from neighboring settlements. Schools consolidated with Argyle included Beulah, Pilot Knob, Stoney Ridge, Lane, and parts of the Prairie Mound and Litsey Districts. An 1895 fire destroyed the business area, but it was soon rebuilt. The growth of nearby urban areas, which led to a decline before World War II, has resulted in recent population increases. (1981)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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