Garcitas Creek

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Garcitas Creek
Origin Texas
Basin countries United States

Garcitas Creek is a river in Texas that La Salle and his men populated. They started a fort around it because it was their only source of fresh water. the fort was Fort Saint Louis, named after the current king of France. The river (actually a small creek) was polluted by the colonists and eventually they began to die of thirst.[citation needed]

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