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TWITTY, TEXAS

Wheeler County, Texas Panhandle
Highway 83
6 miles N of Shamrock
Population: est. 60 (2000)

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Named for early settler Asa Twitty, a post office was granted under Twitty’s name in 1912. By 1925 population was estimated at twenty-five and they had a gin, several other businesses, and a school. High school students attend classes in Shamrock.


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