February 2021

Mailboxes in Cat Spring, TX

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182 N Front St

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Cat Spring, TX 78933

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2024 Fm 535

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Rosanky, TX 78953

105 E South Main St

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Schulenburg, TX 78941

134 N Washington St

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La Grange, TX 78945

624 N Rockdale St

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Lexington, TX 78947

7944 Ernst Pkwy

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Industry, TX 78944

3945 Fm 2502

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Bleiblerville, TX 78931

706 Fm 2503

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Ellinger, TX 78938

423 W Us Highway 90

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Moulton, TX 78959

105 E South Main St

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Flatonia, TX 78941

395 E Mill St

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Round Top, TX 78954

1243 Main Ave

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Giddings, TX 78948

5621 S Us Highway 77

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Warda, TX 78960

1243 Main Ave

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Lincoln, TX 78948

201 W Sylvan St

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Burton, TX 78932

1243 Main Ave

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Dimebox, TX 78948

201 W Sylvan St

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Carmine, TX 78932

100 E Main St

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Weimar, TX 78962

400 Main St

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Smithville, TX 78957

182 N Front St

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Cat Spring, TX 78933

423 W Us Highway 90

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Waelder, TX 78959

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Cat Spring is an unincorporated community in southern Austin County, Texas, United States. It lies along FM 949 south of the city of Bellville, the county seat of Austin County. Its elevation is 308 feet (94 m). Although Cat Spring is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 78933; the ZCTA for ZIP Code 78933 had a population of 76 at the 2000 census.Cat Spring was founded by immigrants from Oldenburg and Westphalia in 1834 and named for a nearby spring where a puma was killed by one of the German immigrants. The community was the location of Texas' first agricultural society, and was the site of a station on the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad established in the 1890s. The community began to decline after World War II.

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