Old & New Trails

JUNCTION – Newton Hodge Skaggs Jr. was believed to be the first Angora goat breeder in Kimble County. Although the first Angoras were imported to America from Turkey in 1849, it was the 1880s when the Skaggs family settled in Kimble County. Their goats were first owned by a Colonel Lowrey who ranched on the...

Old & New Trails

POST, Texas — Lee Byrd was only eight years old in 1885 but remembered when coming to Garza County from Young County with his parents and settling in a dugout on Grape Creek. The dimensions of the dugout were 14 by 18 feet. It was roofed with logs covered with dirt and had sliding windows...

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800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902