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TYLER BLUFF, TX
TYLER BLUFF, TEXAS. Tyler Bluff is a farming and ranching community near the elevation of the same name, on a spur off Farm Road 2382 eight miles northwest of Muenster in northwestern Cooke County. Its population apparently never exceeded fifty. In 1936 it had a school and a number of scattered dwellings, but by 1963 only its community hall was shown on maps.
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