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TEHUACANA VALLEY, TX
TEHUACANA VALLEY, TEXAS. Tehuacana Valley, a black community probably located near the Tehuacana community in northeastern Limestone County, developed around a Missionary Baptist church and a school. It was probably consolidated with a nearby community by the early 1900s.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:Walter F. Cotton, History of Negroes of Limestone County from 1860 to 1939 (Mexia, Texas: Chatman and Merriwether, 1939).
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