Cherokee was named after Cherokee Creek. The first settler was ‘Pop’ Woodard who resided in the early 1850s. Cherokee is an unincorporated community in San Saba County, Texas. The location changed a few times before ending up in the permanent area in 1878. The primary sources of revenue are hunting and ranching. This area is known for the Texas native whitetail deer. Agriculture production such as pecans and poultry are also a local economy. In place for over 125 years, Cherokee's post office is the second oldest in the county. Cherokee was unable to grow much without a railroad connection.
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