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DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS

34 58' 12" N, 102 36' 0" W (34.97, -102.6)

Deaf Smith County Topics

  • History
  • Town List
  • Vintage Maps
  • Deaf Smith County TX
    Contiguous Counties:
    Oldham County (N) Randall County (E) Castro County (SE) Parmer County (S) Curry County, New Mexico (SW) Quay County, New Mexico (W)

    Deaf Smith County History

    1936 Centennial Marker - Marker Text:

    DEAF SMITH COUNTY
    Formed from Young and Bexar territories:
    Created, August 21, 1876 - Organized, October 3, 1890.
    Named in honor of Erastus "Deaf" Smith, 1787-1837,
    came to Texas in 1821
    rendered valuable service as a scout and spy during the Texas Revolution
    and was conspicuous for his bravery in the battle of San Jacinto.
    County Seat, La Plata, frequently called Grenada, 1890-1898
    Hereford, since 1899.

    Deaf Smith County Courthouse
    Texas - Deaf Smith County Courthouse
    Deaf Smith County Courthouse
    Photo courtesy TXDoT

    Deaf Smith County Town List

    Cities, Towns & Ghost Towns: History, attractions, landmarks, architecture, monuments, museums, cemeteries, bridges, parks, vintage & contemporary images, area destinations, hotels, and forum.

    County Seat - Hereford
    Book Hotel Here - Hereford Hotels
  • Ayr ghost town
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  • Dean
  • Dawn
  • Glenrio ghost town
  • Hereford County seat
  • Milo Center
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    Deaf Smith County Vintage Maps
    Deaf Smith County TX 1907 postal map
    Deaf Smith County 1907 postal map
    From Texas state map #2090
    Courtesy Texas General Land Office
    TX Deaf Smith County 1920s Map
    Deaf Smith County 1920s map
    From Texas state map #10749
    Courtesy Texas General Land Office
    TX Deaf Smith County 1940s Map
    Deaf Smith County 1940s map
    From Texas state map #4335
    Courtesy Texas General Land Office
    Deaf Smith County Centennial Marker

    In front of the Deaf Smith County Courthouse in Hereford
    Deaf Smith County Tx Centennial Marker
    Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, July 2009
    Deaf Smith County Tx Centennial Marker
    Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, July 2009
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