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Bastrop County Court House


In 1831 Austin received a second land grant; the two grants, Mina Municipality, took in almost all of what is now Bastrop County. The district was presumably named  in honor of Spanish general Francisco Xavier Mina. In 1834 the vast municipality, comprising all or part of sixteen present-day counties, was established by the government of Coahuila and Texas, and the town of Bastrop also took the name Mina.

Cities, Towns & Unincorporated Communities

Bastrop Elgin Smithville
Camp Swift Circle D-KC Estates McDade
Wyldwood Alum Creek Bateman
Butler Cedar Creek Colorado
Dixon Prairie Hemphill Prairie Jeddo
Jenkins Prairie Jorden McDade
Kovar Paige Red Rock
Rockne Rosanky Ship's Lake
Togo Utley Upton

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May 2017: County Records: 1900 List of Fugitives from Justice

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