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SAN LEANNA, TEXAS. San Leanna is near Farm Road 1626 ten miles south of Austin in southern Travis County. It began as a subdivision of Austin in the 1950s but in 1970 was incorporated with its own mayor-alderman government. San Leanna reported a population of 200 in 1974; by 1988 the number of residents had increased to 297. In 1990 the population was 325. The population reached 384 in 2000.

Austin History Center Files.
Vivian Elizabeth Smyrl

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