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  Partner: UNT Archives
 Resource Type: Photograph
 County: Montague County, TX
 Year: 2006
[Workers replace utility pole]
Workers replace a utility pole after the fire at Ringgold, Texas. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Un empleado no identificado de la empresa de electricidad Texas-New Mexico Power Company en plena labor para reanudar parte del alumbrado eléctrico en la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). El domingo pasado, un incendio destruyó los pastizales que abarcan alrededor de más de 8.000 hectáreas, destruyendo además 27 viviendas. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24060/
[Woman with fire-damaged property]
A woman works with fire-damaged property in Ringgold. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24053/
[Ringgold man with glasses crying]
Close-up of a Hispanic man wearing a baseball cap and glasses crying as he surveys the scorched ground around him. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Reyes Morales, de 48 años de edad, derrama algunas lágrimas frente a lo que fue su hogar en la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). Morales perdió todos sus bienes materiales y espera la ayuda del gobierno para reconstruir su casa y su vida. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24067/
[Scorched soccer ball]
Photograph of a fire-damaged soccer ball with a man working in the background. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24061/
[Woman helping to clean-up after the fire]
A woman wearing a baseball cap helps to clean-up fire-damaged property after the Ringgold fire. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: María Morales, de 48 años, trata de recobrar algunas pertenencias de entre los escombros en el lugar en donde residía y que fue destruido por las llamas de un fuego en la localidad de Ringgold, a 100 millas al norte de Fort Worth. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24056/
[Man examines fire-damaged property]
A man wearing a baseball cap and glasses examines fire-damaged property in Ringgold. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Reyes Morales, de 48 años de edadbusca algunas de sus pertenencias de entre los escombros de lo que quedó de su vivienda destruida por el fuego que arrasó la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). Morales perdió todos sus bienes materiales y espera la ayuda del gobierno para reconstruir su casa y su vida. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24055/
[Man holding scorched soccer ball]
A Hispanic man wearing a baseball cap and standing next to a soccer goal, holds up a fire-scorched soccer ball. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24062/
[Man using a shovel in Ringgold after fire]
A man wearing a baseball cap plunges a shovel into the ground. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24065/
[Man surveying fire damage]
A Hispanic man wearing a baseball cap and protective eyewear surveys property that has been damaged in the Ringgold fire. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Reyes Morales, de 48 años de edad, utiliza un tractor para limpiar lo que quedó de su vivienda destruida por el fuego que arrasó la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). Morales perdió todos sus bienes materiales y espera la ayuda del gobierno para reconstruir su casa y su vida. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24064/
[Man on tractor and fire-damaged property]
A man wearing a baseball cap drives a tractor as he surveys the fire-damaged ground and property behind him. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Reyes Morales, de 48 años de edad, utiliza un tractor para limpiar lo que quedó de su vivienda destruida por el fuego que arrasó la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). Morales perdió todos sus bienes materiales y espera la ayuda del gobierno para reconstruir su casa y su vida. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24063/
[Ringgold man surveys damage]
A man wearing a baseball cap and glasses surveys property damaged by fire. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24066/
[Worker replaces utility pole]
A worker replaces a utility pole after the fire at Ringgold. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Un empleado no identificado de la empresa de electricidad Texas-New Mexico Power Company en plena labor para reanudar parte del alumbrado eléctrico en la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). El domingo pasado, un incendio destruyó los pastizales que abarcan alrededor de más de 8.000 hectáreas, destruyendo además 27 viviendas. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24059/
[Ringgold man crying]
Close-up of a Hispanic man in a baseball cap crying as he surveys the scorched ground around him. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. Mr. Castillo provided this information about this photo: Reyes Morales, de 48 años de edad, derrama algunas lágrimas frente a lo que fue su hogar en la localidad de Ringgold, a 180 Km al norte de Dallas (Texas). Morales perdió todos sus bienes materiales y espera la ayuda del gobierno para reconstruir su casa y su vida. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24068/
[Altec employee working on utility line]
An Altec employee works on utility lines after the Ringgold fire. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24057/
[Fire-damaged car in Ringgold]
Photograph of a car and other fire-damaged property in Ringgold. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24054/
[Workers drilling and replacing utility pole]
Utility workers drill a new hole and prepare to replace a fire-damaged utility pole in Ringgold. On January 1, 2006, the Texas town of Ringgold was devastated in a fire that forced thousands of people to evacuate several towns in North Texas. Around 32 houses were destroyed in Ringgold, a ranching town of about 250 people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth24058/