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L.O. Griffith

The Valley View

Surprising beauty

The Brazos River Canyonlands area continues today to be much as it was when the Apaches and then the Comanches made their camps and raised their tepees on the rims of the canyons and scouted from the tops of the tableland mountains. Wildlife has returned in abundance. Large Whitetail and Mule deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Bobwhite Quail once again fill this unique habitat.

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View of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River

Blue Stem thriving in arid landscape of Impossible Canyon

Boone-and-Crockett Whitetail buck grazing with Mule deer buck and doe in late afternoon

Rand McNally & Co.
1882 Railroad and County Map of Texas

The Brazos River Canyonlands lie within Scurry, Kent, Fisher County and Stonewall County, straddling the 100th Meridian.

To see details from this beautifully illustrated map from 1882, you can use the following links:

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View of Double Mountain from Kent County

Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River cutting through Longhorn Valley