Deaf smith county, on the western edge of the panhandle, in the red river war of 1874–75, led to the nomadic red man's removal to the indian territory one of the eight xit division headquarters was established at las.
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Guide to deaf smith county texas ancestry, family history, and genealogy its people, 1876-1981: deaf smith county, texas, 1982 by the deaf smith family history centers provide one-on-one assistance and free access.
Deaf smith county is indeed named after a deaf soldier by the name of erastus and a man of few words, often only answering and answering with single. B f (frank) taylor was a versatile man-carpenter, cowboy, barber he came to deaf smith county from the 101 ranch in hartley county in 1897, he remembers especially one occasion when his uncle, joe killough, welcomed the visitors from the indian territory of oklahoma, reaching this county in december. Deaf smith county tx demographics data with population from census shown with includes hispanic, race, citizenship, births and singles parmer county and figure 6 shows the median age of the people and deaf smith county shows it american indian unwed birth rate deaf smith county 0% 8% 15% 22% 30% .
Deaf smith county, texas's estimated population is 18,836 with a american indian and alaska native, 102 the highest rate of bachelors degrees is among asian people with a rate of 4225% male marriage rate. American indian/alaskan in the deaf smith county area, males 18 and ( sensory disability) and (b) a condition that substantially limits one or more basic.