Population: 150 (1990)
Schwertner cotton gin. Cotton farming was prevalent in the area due to the fertile farming land. Schwertner was named for Austrian settlers who built a cotton gin in the area in 1903 and donated land for a town site when the Bartlett and Western Railway arrived in 1909.
Courtesy of Bartlett Activities Center
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