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BOZEMAN'S CORNER, TEXAS. Bozeman's Corner, north of Gladewater in northwestern Gregg County, grew up during the oil boom of the 1930s. At its height in the mid-1930s the settlement had several stores and a number of houses. It began to decline around the time of World War II, and after the war the area was annexed by Gladewater.

Thelma Hall

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