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POST OFFICES IN
NEW FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEXAS

Much information contained herein has never been published. The book is copyrighted.
Permission is granted to reprint any part of it, provided credit is given to the author.
Copyright©: 1968 by Wright Patman

(A) Acting Postmaster, (MA) Military Acting, (N) Name changed by marriage,
(**) Denotes a postmaster appointed under authority of Confederate States of America.

TITUS COUNTY
(Pop. 16,793)

In northeastern Texas. Titus County was created and organized in 1846 from Bowie and Red River Counties. The county was named for Andrew J. Titus, Texas legislator who was an advocate of Texas annexation. County seat - Mount Pleasant.

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