El Rancho in South Texas: Continuity and Change From 1750 Page: 46
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One of two similar houses built on the El Guajillo Ranch in
Duval County in the early 186os by Antonio Hinojosa.
Unlike most Tejano houses of the times, these had a pitched
roof made of machine-cut lumber and factory-made wooden
shingles hauled from Corpus Christi on wagons. Courtesy
Joe S. Graham.
46 El Rancho in South Texas
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