The Early History of Floyd County.
by Hall, Claude V.
Panhandle-Plains Historical Society,
147pp. Original printed wrappers. Yapp edges of the wraps are slightly worn, else near fine. Floyd County was created in the 1876 orgy of county generation by the Texas legislature. Fifty-four counties were named covering the entire Panhandle, most lacking the population to be organized immediately. Floyd, located close to the dead center of the Panhandle, was finally organized in 1890. Much material on cattle ranching. A publication of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Review. Herd 972.
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