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TEPEE CREEK. Tepee Creek rises two miles northwest of the Williams Community in northwest Hardeman County (at 34°30' N, 99°57' W) and runs northeast seven miles to its mouth on the Red River, six miles north of the Williams Community (at 34°32' N, 99°52' W). Locally active dune blowout area has a flat to rolling terrain, surfaced by sand that supports scattered oak mottes and bunch grasses.
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