CADDO FORK OF THE SABINE RIVER
CADDO FORK OF THE SABINE RIVER. The Caddo Fork of the Sabine River rises a mile north of Quinlan in southwestern Hunt County (at 32°59' N, 96°09' W) and flows southeast for 6½ miles, over flat to rolling terrain surfaced with clay and sandy loams that support water-tolerant hardwoods and grasses. The stream is intermittent in its upper reaches. Throughout the history of Hunt County the area has been used as crop and range land. The Caddo Fork empties into the Caddo Inlet of Lake Tawakoni a half mile south of Boles Orphan Homeqv (at 32°56' N, 96°06' W).
W. Walworth Harrison, History of Greenville and Hunt County, Texas (Waco: Texian, 1976). Vertical Files, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin (Lake Tawakoni).
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