Troup is located partially in Cherokee and Smith counties, approximately 20 miles southeast of Tyler. The city was first settled when the International Railroad Company constructed the Palestine-Troup line in 1872. The community was originally called Zavalla. Troup's motto is "The good neighbor town," and homes for rent in the area have access to a number of local businesses, civic organizations and an award-winning school system.
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