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LITTLE CEDAR CREEK (Washington County). Little Cedar Creek, also known as Cedar Creek, rises two miles northwest of Chappell Hill in east central Washington County (at 30°10' N, 96°17' W) and flows east for four miles to its mouth on New Year Creek (at 30°10' N, 96°13' W). It passes through sloping to level terrain, surfaced by fine sandy loams and clay that support post oaks and grasslands.

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