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A GAZETTEER OF TEXAS.
Azle; village on Ash Creek, in Tarrant County. -...-....-.. WAeatherford.
Babyhead; creek, branch of Pecan Creek ----...--..........L Llano.
Babyhead; mountain in Llano County -L-------
Babyhead; post village in Llano County ......
.. .......... Llano.
Bachelor; peak in Llano County.--L..---.--. ............... Llano.
Bachelor; peak in Burnet County -..-........-........---. Burnet.
Backbone; creek, a small left-hand branch of Spare Ribs Creek,
tributary to Colorado River . ... .; -.--.
Bacon; post village in Panola County.
Bagby; post village in Fannin County.
Bagdad; village in Williamson County -....
Bagwell; post village in Red River County.
Bailey; a northwestern county, with an area of 1,000 square
miles and an average altitude of 3,800 feet. The population
was 4. The mean Imagnetic declination in 1900 was 11
15'. The mean annual rainfall is 15 inches, and mean
annual temperature 57 . The county is located on the
Staked Plains and is not traversed by railroads.
Bailey; post village in Fannin County.
Bailey Branch; small right
hand intermittent branch of Double
Mountain Fork of Brazos River -....................-.. Roby.
Baileyville; post village in Milam County.
Bain; post village in Coryell County.
Baird; county seat of Callahan County; population, 1,502.
Baker; post village in Angelina County.
Bala; post village in King County.
Balch; village in Parker County --.. ...............----..... Weatherford.
Bald; knob, a triangulation station in Travis County
Bald; knob, a hill in Williamson County-----........-....... Georgetown.
Bald; mountain in Burnet County; elevation, 1,239 feet--.... Burnet.
Bald; mountain in Stephens County ----
Bald Eagle; peak in Taylor CountyT -----.-..-.... ........-. Abilene.
Bald Eagle; peak in Callahan County ---............-....... Baird.
Bald Prairie; post village in Robertson County.
Baldridge; creek, small intermittent branch of Peach Creek_
Baldwin; post village in Harrison County.
Baldwin; tank, a reservoir in Uvalde Conrty ......-----..-.
Baldy; peak in Davis Range of mountains; elevation, 8,382 feet
Eallinger; county seat of Runnells County, on Colorado River;
population, 1,128 ----------
Ballowe; village in Brazoria County.
Balm; village in Cooke County.
Balsora; post village in Wise County.
Bancroft; post village in Chambers County.
Bandera; a central county, with an area of 1,007 square miles
and an altitude of 2,000 feet. The population was 5,332;
the county seat, Banaera. The mean magnetic declination
in 1900 was 8 35'. The mean annual rainfall is 28 inches,
and the mean annual temperature 65 . The county is not
traversed by railroads.
Bandera; countyseat of BanderaCounty; population, 372, (1890).
Bangs; post village in Brown County, on the Gulf, Colorado
and Sante Fe Railway ..........-----
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Gannett, Henry. A Gazetteer of Texas, book, 1904; Washington, D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6578/m1/36/: accessed September 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.