El Rancho in South Texas: Continuity and Change From 1750 Page: 44
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From E1 Rancho to The Ranch, 184 188S
Top: Water tank made of sillar (caliche blocks) on the
Armstrong Ranch in Jim Hogg County. Built in the 880os, it
is still in use, although two watering troughs have recently
been added to the sides. Courtesy Joe S. Graham.
Rgqht: This noria con buque (well with bucket) is located on
the Armstrong Ranch near Hebbronville, in Jim Hogg
County. Built in the 88os, it has recently dried up due to a
drop in the sub-surface water table. Courtcsy Joe S. Graham.
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