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PLEASANT HILL, TEXAS (San Augustine County). Pleasant Hill is on a county road eight miles northwest of San Augustine in northwestern San Augustine County. In 1900 Pleasant Hill black school served seventy-three pupils and one teacher, and by 1904 the community also had a white school, which served nineteen pupils and one teacher. In 1940 the community contained a cemetery and scattered dwellings. By the 1980s Pleasant Hill consisted of some dwellings, a church, and a cemetery.

Mark Odintz

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Handbook of Texas Online, Mark Odintz, "Pleasant Hill, TX (San Augustine County)," accessed January 17, 2018,

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