1 edition of Early ranching and water sources in West Texas. found in the catalog.
Early ranching and water sources in West Texas.
1972 in Snyder, Tex .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Compiled by the Snyder Area Unit of the Ranch Headquarters Association.|
|Contributions||Ranch Headquarters Association. Snyder Area Unit.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.T4 E2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||72171254|
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First cattlemen on the lower plains of West Texas --Early ranching and water sources in West Texas. Other Titles: First cattlemen on the lower plains of West Texas Early ranching and water sources in West Texas: Responsibility: compiled by the Snyder, Texas Unit of the Ranch Headquarters Association (Ranching Heritage Association).
"The book is 'a must' for cattle people, wildlife enthusiasts, historians, and the general public interested in Western or Texas ranching history." —Journal of the West. The open range was fenced in long ago, and cattle now ride to market in eighteen-wheel trucks, but ranching remains a proud way of life for many by: 7.
Cattle ranching has been a major Texas industry for nearly three centuries. As early as the s the Spaniards brought in stock with their entradas. Ranching as such dates from the s, when herds were loosed along the San Antonio River to feed missionaries, soldiers, and civilians in the San Antonio and Goliad areas.
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Schreiner acquired more than a half million acres on the Edwards Plateau beginning in He got his start rounding up and selling longhorns. PANHANDLE. square-mile Panhandle of Texas was shaped by the Compromise ofwhich resolved the state's controverted territorial claims.
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Pennsylvania-born Mifflin Kenedy began sheep ranching in Texas after the Mexican-American War of In the aftermath of the Civil War, Kenedy made his move into cattle ranching with the purchase of Laureles Ranch near Corpus Christi.
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The Cattle Boom started mainly with the Texas longhorn which was the time when Spanish settlers in the s brought their cattle to California and Texas.
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