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Year - 1990

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The Indian Mounds Wilderness is located in the Pineywoods of East Texas approximately three miles east of Hemphill, Texas. It was Congressionally designated as a wilderness on October 30, 1984, when President Ronald Reagan signed the Texas Wilderness Act. It is currently 11,037 acres in size.

The forest cover is primarily loblolly and shortleaf pine. The wilderness is bisected by portions of three major creek drainages (Indian Creek, Bull Creek and Hurricane Bayou) which are gnerally occupied by bottomland hardwoods. Some groves of upland hardwood trees also exist. The area is bounded on two sides by the 185,000+- acre Toledo Bend Reservoir.
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