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Marysville Population Growth


Marysville Population Growth
A chart, created by Rhealee Andrews, depicts population changes in the city of Marysville, Texas, from 1930, 1940, and 1950. Data comes from US census records. Also included is the town's population in 2000 to depict how the city became a ghost town.
1930; 1940; 1950; 2000
U.S. Census Bureau, "1930 Federal Census Record: Precinct 5, Cooke, Texas; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0018," Operations, Inc, pages 20-21.
U.S. Census Bureau, "1940 Federal Census Record: Census Place: Cooke, Texas; Enumeration District: 49-20A," Operations, Inc, page 10.
U.S. Census Bureau, "1950 Federal Census Record: Enumeration District: 49-25A; Description: Justice Precinct 5 - That part Bounded by State line; 97?15' Meridian line; Precinct line; Valley Creek School - Marysville - Myra Rd." Operations Inc. pages 2-3.
“Marysville, Texas.” Marysville, Texas, Cooke County ghost town history, landmarks, cemeteries, photos & more. Accessed April 2, 2022.
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