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Burleson County was created in 1846 from Milam and Washington Counties. The county was named for Edward Burleson, a hero of the Texas Revolution. Its county seat is Caldwell, which is the agribusiness center of the area. Land uses in Burleson County are “Traditionally Texas”: cotton, corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, watermelons and cattle grazing.

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Surrounding Counties:

Robertson County (north)

Brazos County (northeast)

Washington County (southeast)

Lee County (southwest)

Milam County (northwest)

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