QUIZ: The Strange Town Names Of Texas

Kermit — located near the Texas/New Mexico border — was named after President Theodore Roosevelt's son. i

Kermit — located near the Texas/New Mexico border — was named after President Theodore Roosevelt's son. Matthew Rutledge/Flickr hide caption

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Kermit — located near the Texas/New Mexico border — was named after President Theodore Roosevelt's son.

Kermit — located near the Texas/New Mexico border — was named after President Theodore Roosevelt's son.

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Texas is full of rich, colorful town names — and many have great stories behind them. Melissa Block is highlighting some of them this week for Deep In The Heart Of (A Transforming) Texas. Test your know-how with our quiz.

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