Roosevelt County History and HeritageBook - 1975
Over 11,000 years ago the area now known as Roosevelt County, located on the Llano Estacado also known as the High Plains, in eastern New Mexico, was the home of the Paleo-Indian Culture at Blackwater Draw. These people represent the oldest widely accepted Paleo-Indian culture located in the New World. Roosevelt County, New Mexico was formed February 28, 1903, It was named for the twenty-sixth President of the United U.S., Theodore Roossevelt.
Publisher: Portales, N.M. : Bishop Printing Company, 1975.
Branch Call Number: 978.932 R677
Characteristics: xvi, 25], 361 pages, 50 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm