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NASH CREEK (Eastland County). Nash Creek rises (at 32°16' N, 98°49' W) in southern Eastland County a mile north of the Bear Springs community and runs twelve miles east to its mouth (at 32°18' N, 98°39' W) on the Leon River, just north of the Lamkin oilfield. The local terrain of rolling hills has sandy clay loam soils that support grasses and scrub.

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