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Granger is a city in Williamson County. It was founded in 1882, when a rail line intersected at the site. Back then, it was named Pollack, but it was later changed to Grange, after John R. Granger, a veteran of the Civil War. Due to the city’s location, Granger instantly became a cotton marketing and shipping point. The town was incorporated in 1891 and by 1910, a combined cotton compress and cottonseed oil mill, an electric light plant, an ice factory, and a waterworks were all constructed, in addition to its existing five gins and three churches. A couple of years later, Granger became the only town in the state that had paved streets with less than 5,000 residents. Its opera house hosted traveling shows. The city also became the setting for an episode of Revolution, an NBC drama, as well as the 2010 movie remake of True Grit. As of 2010, its population was 1,419.

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