LITTLE SUNDAY CREEK
LITTLE SUNDAY CREEK. Little Sunday Creek rises near Hannibal and fifteen miles north of Stephenville in north central Erath County (at 32°26' N, 98°18' W) and runs northeast for twelve miles to its mouth on Big Sunday Creek, four miles southwest of Santo in southern Palo Pinto County (at 32°33' N, 98°15' W). The stream runs from an area of steep to moderately sloping hills surfaced by shallow, stony clay and sandy loams that support oak, mesquite, and grasses to flat terrain with local shallow depressions and a surface of clay and sandy loams in which water-tolerant hardwoods, conifers, and grasses grow.
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