Goldthwaite is a small city placed in Mills County in Texas. The town was originally the part of Brown County. The city was named after a railroad official Joe C. Goldthwaite. The city’s post office was established in 1886. The town’s population was 1,878 as of the 2010 census. The U.S Bureau stated that the town’s total area is 1.7 square miles, all of it is land. The city’s public education system is being provided by the Goldthwaite Independent School District. Some of the best tourist attractions in the city are Mills County Historical Museum, Legacy Plaza, and Kemp Lake.
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