Legislature approves appropriation for Agricultural and Mechanical College
On this day in 1871, the state legislature approved a bill providing for the organization of the Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Texas A&M University) and appropriating $75,000 for(more...)
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SATUIT, TEXAS. Satuit, a stop on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway, was about nine miles northeast of Brady in eastern McCulloch County. The 1948 county highway map showed scattered houses at the small community, but the houses were gone by the 1980s. No population estimates were available.
Vivian Elizabeth Smyrl
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