Like many communities that sprang up during homesteading days, Branson underwent a period of rapid growth, flourished and then began to fade, yet, unlike many, refused to die, continuing to hang on, a mere shadow of the booming little agricultural trade center it once was.
For a few good years in the mid-period of the 1910 to 1930 homesteading days of the area, the rains came and the crops produced abundantly in fields of newly turned sod. A rapidly growing little town, closely tied to a railroad supply line, capitalized on meeting the needs of the rambunctious new farming and the already established ranching community.
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