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SABANNO, TEXAS. Sabanno (Sabana, Sabanna) is on Farm Road 569 near the Callahan county line and the Sabana River in southwest Eastland County. It had a post office between 1901 and 1917. During some of this time it had three churches and a three-teacher school. After 1917 the community declined. The only business in 1947 was a store. By 1973 only a Baptist church and a clubhouse remained. In 1980 through 2000 the population was estimated at twelve.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:The History of Eastland County, 1873–1973.
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