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CRAIG-TRANQUIL, TX

CRAIG-TRANQUIL, TEXAS. Craig-Tranquil was a church community 3½ miles northeast of Cooper in central Delta County. The area was settled by 1854, when local residents deeded property to the Craig-Tranquil Methodist Episcopal Church, South. The Tranquil school had opened by 1905, when it enrolled twenty-six pupils and employed one teacher. In 1928 this school merged with the nearby Craig Prairie school to form the Craig-Tranquil district. In 1949 this system was divided between the Enloe and Cooper school districts. By 1964 the community was no longer shown on maps.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 
Paul Garland Hervey, A History of Education in Delta County, Texas (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1951). Wilma Ross and Billie Phillips, Photos and Tales of Delta County (1976).
Vista K. McCroskey

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Handbook of Texas Online, Vista K. McCroskey, "Craig-Tranquil, TX," accessed December 07, 2016, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hrcfd.

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