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Situated in south central of Hunt County, Quinlan was first known as Roberts, taking after Texas governor O. M. Roberts. In 1892 Edward H. R. Green, Hetty Green's son and president of the Texas Midland, abandoned Roberts as a depot and established a new depot town, Quinlan, few miles north of the older community. The name Quinlan came from George Austin Quinlan, vice president of the railway. The town became a retail trade center for southern Hunt, northern Kaufman and Van Zandt counties. The cotton industry was a major economic influence during that time. Due to its proximity to Lake Tawakoni, the town grew considerably after the mid-1960s.

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