2 edition of early history of Motley County. found in the catalog.
early history of Motley County.
Harry H. Campbell
|LC Classifications||F392.M85 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||58009233|
Motley County was named after Dr. Junius Mottley (2 Ts) a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence who was killed at San Jacinto. Matador History in a Pecan Shell Matador Ranch founded Post Office opened under the name Matador Ranch Manager sponsored cowboys to set up businesses (for one day) to insure compliance with the General Land Office's requirement that county. Harry H. Campbell, The Early History of Motley County (San Antonio: Naylor, ; 2d ed., Wichita Falls: Nortex, ). Mary Whatley Clarke, A Century of Cow Business: A History of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (Fort Worth: Evans, ).
Matador: Motley County Historical Museum The museum is located in the old Traweek Hospital, built in by Dr. A.E. Traweek. Features displays on hospital history, veterans, ranching, Native Americans, county history, schools, saddle making and a diorama of early-day Matador. Early History of the Motley family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Motley research. Another words (11 lines of text) covering the years , and are included under the topic Early Motley History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
The Early History of Floyd County Page: 39 p. ; 24 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Texas History Collection and was provided Cited by: 2. This book discusses the history of Floyd County, Texas, including the general organization of the county, the first settlers and settlements, battles, expeditions, and notable individuals. The index begins on Cited by: 2.
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The early history of Motley County Paperback – January 1, by Harry H Campbell (Author)Author: Harry H Campbell. The Early History of Motley County Hardcover – January 1, by Harry H.
Campbell (Author)5/5(1). The early history of Motley County [Harry H Campbell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of Motley County, Texas is interwoven with the history of the Matador Land and Cattle Company. Motley County is in the Rolling Plains region of Northwest Texas, bounded on the east by Cottle County, on the south by Dickens County, on the west by Floyd County, and on the north by Briscoe and Hall early history of Motley County.
book father was the long-time manager of the ranch from San Antonio: The Naylor Company, ., First edition.
First edition. 8vo. Brown cloth, ix, [blank], pp., acknowledgments, illustrated, portraits. The history of Motley County, Texas is interwoven with the history of the Matador Land and Cattle Company.
Motley County is in the Roll. The history of Motley County, Texas is inextricably interwoven with the history of the Matador Land and Cattle Company. The author traces the rise of the Motley County area, from its first settlements of dug-out line camps to the present day time of fine schools, modern communities, well-established churches and a responsible citizenry.
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Of Such As These: A History of Motley County Hardcover – January 1, by Eleanor Mitchell Traweek (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Eleanor Mitchell Traweek.
The History of Motley Co. Motley County was formed from. Young. and. Bexar. Territories. Created Aug Organized February 5, Named in honor of Dr. Junius William Mottley,signer of the Declaration of Independence. Buy The Early History of Motley County.
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Categories: Americana, Edition: First Edition; First Printing Publisher: San Antonio, TX, The Naylor Company: Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Fine+ with no dust jacket Seller ID: Keywords: Texas Western Americana History. The History of Motley Co. Motley County Formed from Young and Bexar Territories.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Harry H Campbell. EARLY HISTORY OF MOTLEY COUNTY. Harry N. Campbell. Wichita Falls: Nortex Offset Publications, ix,74pp.
Photographs. Tan marbled faux leather with title in black ink on the spine. Second edition. Fine copy in an equally nice dust jacket.
The author’s father was the manager of the Matador Ranch from inception to its final days. The Post Office had been moved there from the Welch ranch, in however.
And a country school was already at Flomot by c also. The actual history of the schools in this area is a little jumbled and conflicting. But I had once seen on a map where Gilpins Store was a few miles south of Flomot, TX in northwestern Motley county.
County Histories. The Early History of Motley County, ; 2nd edition,by Harry H. Campbell. Of Such as These: A History of Motley County and Its Families,by Eleanor Traweek.
Courthouses. Motley County’s first courthouse was built in It burned in History. Motley County was created on Augfrom Young and Bexar Counties. It was organized on February 5, The large Matador Ranch, established in by a syndicate from Scotland and still operational after it was liquidated inis located in Motley and five adjoining counties.
The first white child in Motley County, Nora Cooper, was born in near what is the now Congressional district: 13th. Cells were on the top floor of the structure and jailer's living quarters on the lower level.
The first courthouse, also built inlater burned, but this jail remains as a symbol of Motley County's frontier heritage.
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This is a group created to share all things Motley County and the Rolling Plains. Share pictures.MOTLEY COUNTY. Motley County, in the Rolling Plains region of Northwest Texas, is bounded on the east by Cottle County, on the south by Dickens County, on the west by Floyd County, and on the north by Briscoe and Hall counties.
Its center is at 34°03' north latitude and °45' west longitude, about eighty miles northeast of Lubbock.The Motley County News, the town and county's first newspaper, began publication in Matador was incorporated in Dr.
J. S. Stanley opened a hospital in and enlarged it four years later. In Matador had sixty businesses and a population of 1, a number that remained fairly constant untilwhen the population was 1, In Matador had nineteen businesses and a .