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BEULAH, TEXAS (Johnson County). Beulah was on Mustang Creek eighteen miles northwest of Cleburne. Settlement of the site occurred in 1853. A post office operated there from 1882 until 1890. The population grew from thirty in 1885 to ninety-four in 1892. Area farmers raised and shipped livestock. Beulah was bypassed by the railroads and by 1910 was all but abandoned.

David Minor

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Handbook of Texas Online, David Minor, "Beulah, TX (Johnson County)," accessed October 21, 2016,

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