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Re: Community of Clifford - Early 1900s
Posted by: Tyler Date: January 18, 2000 at 23:36:43
In Reply to: Community of Clifford - Early 1900s by Maxine of 198

I believe Clifford may be located where the present day Cullen, La. is. Seems like the story I heard was that International Paper build a mill in Clifford's corn field in the late 30's and the rail depot on the Louisiana & Arkansas line was named Cullen after the president or vp of International. Thus the town Cullen was named for the train depot. Cullen borders Springhill on the South side.


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