HUANA CREEK. Huana Creek rises ten miles west of Center in western Shelby County (at 31°49' N, 94°20' W) and runs southeast for seventeen miles to where its confluence with Porter Creek (at 31°45' N, 94°07' W) forms Tenaha Creek. The stream traverses nearly level to moderately steep terrain surfaced by soils varying from sandy to clayey and loamy. The area is heavily wooded, with pines and various hardwoods predominating.
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