First named Chapin for a town site promoter, it was renamed Edinburg in 1911. It is the Hidalgo County seat, western gateway to the Lower Rio Grande Valley, and a center of the vast vegetable and citrus culture. Industries include food processing, furniture, foundry products, fertilizers, oil and dairy. Home of University of Texas-Pan American.
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