The oldest town in Texas isn't Austin or Dallas or any other bustling metropolis you might think of. It's actually Nacogdoches, a pretty small place in East Texas, with a current population of 32,147. It was founded in 1779, incorporated as a town in 1837, and then recognized as a city in 1929.

Here's some interesting stuff about Nacogdoches that you may not know:

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