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SYCAMORE CREEK (Hamilton County). Sycamore Creek rises in the east central part of Hamilton County (at 31°47' N, 97°56' W) and runs southeast for thirteen miles to its mouth on the Leon River (at 31°41' N, 97°58' W). Variable terrain ranges from 1,000 to 1,300 feet above sea level and is surfaced by clayey and stony soils that support grasses, juniper, oak, chaparral, and cacti.

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