Lea County, New Mexico History

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Blizzard of 1918

Air Dropped Laundry 1929

Cowboy Hardships

Elva Pearl Roberts Dies of Snake Bite

Eunice Area Homesteaders 1909-1937

1936 Hobbs Telephone Directory

Everglade African American Cemetery and Seventy Eight Markers

Erwin, Leads League

First Blackmen in Lovington

Former Slave, Mary Hurd, Dies

Hanback Commits Suicide 1932

Historic Postcards

History of Rock Hill and Preacher Jones

Hobbs Flare and Agnus Kastner Head

Hobbs Girl Killed in Car Wreck

Homer Ingle, Early Day Barbers

Housewife's plea: "Let's build on a room" 

Hugh W Jones, Chess Champion 1941

Horace Brown finds Monument School Safe

How Monument Springs Got its Name, version II

Jal Historical Milestones

Lea's Vanished Towns & Camps

Lea County Survey Maps T17-31-T17-39

Lea County Survey Maps T09-31-T09-38

Lea County Survey Maps T23-31-T23-39

Lea County Families and Histories "Then and Now" Vol I & II

Lea County Family Biographies and Letters

Lea County Mysteries

Lea County Native American Archaeology 

Long Boot Shop 1926

Monument School Annual 1948

Monument School Annual 1950

Monument School Annual 1951

Monument "Indians" School Records 1946-1951

Monument 1960 Girls Auxiliary

Monument, New Mexico, Sold for Taxes

Mrs. D. Miller Found Unconscious

New Mexico Historic Post Cards

New Wooden Mail Cars Makes Nine Babies Orphans

Native Americans, Thank Sun God 1937

Oil Boom Saves the Southeast

On the Edge of the Wild West and Lawlessness: New Mexico 1912

Open Range Cowboy Association

Old Folks Day

Oscar B. Ford, Hurt by Falling Horse

Polio Strikes Twice in Lovington

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Pue City

Ranches and Ranching

Snakes and Drought part of the get-tough homestead life

Shaftner Lake, Texas

Tatum 1925 Class Reunion of 1970

The Wild Man

The Last one Standing - Vina P. Culp

The Day they Killed the Cows

The Day, that Turned to Night

The Decline of Knowles and Plainview and Entrance of Lovington, Tatum and Hobbs

Tragdey Strikes Young Homesteaders Family Part I

Tragedy Strikes Young Homesteaders Family Part II

Undertaker Dobbins killed in Hobbs

Vicie Shortt, Mother of Eight Injured in Car Wreck 1937

Who Burned Down the High Schools

William H. Embrey missing 1930

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