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111 W Avenue P

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Kountze, TX 77656

111 W Avenue P

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Kountze, TX 77656

1245 S Pine St

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Kountze, TX 77625

1245 S Pine St

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Kountze, TX 77625

300 W Monroe St

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Kountze, TX 77625

685 Highway 96 S

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Kountze, TX 77656

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111 W Avenue P

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Silsbee, TX 77656

324 Highway 124

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Hamshire, TX 77665

5860 9 Th Ave

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Groves, TX 77642

120 County Road 1520

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Warren, TX 77664

305 N Broadway St

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China, TX 77613

3608 State Highway 124

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Stowell, TX 77661

324 Highway 124

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Winnie, TX 77665

650 S Main St

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Lumberton, TX 77657

332 Tx State Highway 62

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Buna, TX 77612

120 County Road 1520

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Hillister, TX 77664

12385 Fm 92 Rd S

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Fred, TX 77660

2285 Highway 90

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Nome, TX 77629

12385 Fm 92 Rd S

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Spurger, TX 77660

285 S Archie St

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Vidor, TX 77662

11424 Highway 12

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Mauriceville, TX 77626

900 Texas Ave

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Orangefield, TX 77611

665 6 Th St

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Sour Lake, TX 77659

4749 N Twin City Hwy

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Port Arthur, TX 77642

332 Tx State Highway 62

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Kirbyville, TX 77612

1324 Port Neches Ave

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Port Neches, TX 77651

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Kountze ( koonts) is a city in Hardin County, Texas, United States. The population was 2,123 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Hardin County. The city is part of the Beaumont–Port Arthur Metropolitan Statistical Area. Kountze was originally established as a railroad town in 1881. The city was named for Herman and Augustus Kountze, financial backers of the Sabine and East Texas Railroad. The seat of Hardin County, Kountze boasts an area of more than 89% forested lush green terrain. The local area produces over 3.5 million board feet (8,300 m³) of lumber annually. Kountze describes itself as "The Big Light in the Big Thicket". The thicket is a vast area of tangled, often impenetrable woods, streams, and marshes that occupies a 50-mile (80 km) circle of southeastern Texas, about 25 miles (40 km) north of Beaumont. The cradle of the United States' oil industry is found in the region. Now portions of the thicket are nationally protected as the Big Thicket National Preserve. In 1991, Kountze became the first American city with a Muslim mayor, an African American named Charles Bilal.

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