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early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle: 1919-1929

Stanley Francis Louis Crocchiola

early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle: 1919-1929

by Stanley Francis Louis Crocchiola

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Published by Hess Pub. Co. in [Borger, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- Texas -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 387-394.

      Statement[by] F. Stanley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9567.T3 C76
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 414 p.
      Number of Pages414
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5099135M
      LC Control Number74171064

      The Panhandle added a zinc smelter, oil refineries, and oil-shipping facilities. In the discovery of the Cliffside gas field, with its high helium content, led to the establishment of the United States Helium Plant by the Federal Bureau of Mines four miles west of town.   The effects of the oil bust early in the decade—one of the most volatile periods in the industry’s history—were still being felt. which ran gas from the Texas Panhandle to Chicago.

        The Old Texas Ranches and Ranchers. The old famous ranches of Texas include the massive XIT Ranch in the Texas Panhandle. The massive King Ranch in southeast Texas, south of present day Corpus Christie, the Waggoner Ranch which was in northern Texas near the Oklahoma border and the JA Ranch in the Palo Duro Canyon area south of present day Amarillo.. One of the . In The Great Texas Wind Rush, environmental reporters Kate Galbraith and Asher Price tell the compelling story of a group of unlikely dreamers and innovators, politicos and profiteers. The tale spans a generation and more, and it begins with the early wind pioneers, precocious idealists who saw opportunity after the s oil crisis.

      The Jones Family Ranch is one of the largest, dating back to the s. Image via Alta Vista Ranch. Located on the South Texas coast near Corpus Christi, the Jones family ranches were founded by W. In the Panhandle, feedlot cattle can suck up million gallons of groundwater every day. Today, nearly 90 percent of Texas’ million feedlot cattle are raised in just 10 Panhandle counties.


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Early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle: 1919-1929 by Stanley Francis Louis Crocchiola Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle: [F Stanley]. Borger: F. Stanley, 1st. Hardcover. Presentation to the former owner signed by Stanley on the front end paper.

Dust jacket is very slightly chipped at the edges. Fine / near fine. Item #Book Edition: 1st. The Early Days of the Oil Industry in the Texas Panhandle   Author of The Vega, Texas, story, The Umbarger, Texas story, The Isom, Texas story, The Plemons (Texas) story, The early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle:The Signal Hill (Texas) story, The Texas Panhandle, from cattlemen to feed lots, E.

Sumner; Major-General United States Army, The early days of the oil industry in the Texas Panhandle: by Stanley Francis Louis Crocchiola 1 edition - first published in The discovery in of the spectacular Spindletop oil field near Beaumont dwarfed previous finds in Texas, but Spindletop itself was later surpassed as oil was discovered in nearly every part of Texas.

Texas industry developed rapidly during the early years of the 20th cent., but conditions worsened for the tenant farmers, who by made up. Melrose, in Nacogdoches County, was the site in of the first drilled well to produce oil in Texas.

The driller was Lyne T. Barret. Barret used an auger, fastened to a pipe, and rotated by a cogwheel driven by a steam engine — a basic principle of rotary drilling that.

25,square-mile Panhandle of Texas was shaped by the Compromise ofwhich resolved the state's controverted territorial is bounded on the east by the th meridian, on the north by parallel 36°30', and on the west by the rd meridian. The Texas oil boom, sometimes called the gusher age, was a period of dramatic change and economic growth in the U.S.

state of Texas during the early 20th century that began with the discovery of a large petroleum reserve near Beaumont, find was unprecedented in its size (worldwide) and ushered in an age of rapid regional development and industrialization that has few parallels in U.S.

In Texas was in eighth place among the top ten cotton-producing states of the nation. The census credited Texas with a yield ofbales. This sharp rise in production in the late s and early s was due at least in part to the removal of Indians, which.

Here, in contemporary photographs is an eyewitness record of the early days of the Texas oil industry. When Lyne Barret brought in the first well in near Nacogdoches, photography was in its adolescence, so the entire history of the Texas petroleum industry fortunately was documented by the s: 8.

Discovery of the Panhandle Oil and Gas Field The following article comes from the book Panhandle Petroleum, Edited by Bobby D. Weaver, Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, Canyon, g for the book was provided by the Pioneer Corporation and was printed by Miller National Corporation, Amarillo, Texas, Stanley [Stanley F.

Crocchiola], The Early Days of the Oil Industry in the Texas Panhandle, (Borger, Texas: Hess, ). he had siblings by his father's 2nd wife, they are Miller Penn Coble ( and Nina Coble ().

Perez acquired his first league in and the other four in One of the oldest ranches in Texas, the land Perez described that long ago summer day would stay in the same family well into the s. Ranching already had a strong foothold in Texas even before. 3. "The Big Rich: The Rise and Fall of the Greatest Texas Oil Fortunes" by Bryan BurroughDescription: "Weaving together the multigenerational sagas of the industry.

A producing natural gas and oil-like condensate discovery well, percent owned and operated by Anadarko, was completed in San Patricio County, Texas, in By the mids, Anadarko was clearly the most important subsidiary of Panhandle, accounting for 37 percent of Panhandle's profit while contributing only 11 percent of its revenue.

A "battery" of oil storage tanks (WPA, Works Progress Administration Collection, OHS). View of the Glenn Pool near Tulsa, s (, Albertype Collection, OHS).

Drilling rig near Bartlesville, (IO.O.F.B, Devon/Dunning Petroleum Industry Collection, OHS). First oil train to leave Bartlesville, (IO.O.F.G, Devon/Dunning Petroleum Industry Collection. This book is masterful: Haley laboriously documents the sources that he needed, some of them obscure and in dusty minutes, but the XIT ranch fills the Texas Panhandle's early history with a stirring and memorable quality seldom accorded modern history writing.

Haley's thesis is: The XIT history as told from original s: It Pays to Be well connected Leaders in Financial Automation. The Enverus Business Automation network allows businesses in the oil and gas ecosystem to seamlessly collaborate across their financial supply chains, automate key business processes, eliminate the high cost and errors of paper and obtain access to key data to make more informed business decisions.

The early-day oil barons quickly seized on the utility of aviation. They could be the first on the scene in western Oklahoma or the Texas panhandle to sign a mineral lease or have a broken-down drilling rig back in action in short order by flying in the parts needed.

From these humble beginnings sprang the aerospace industry that would carry. By the s, longhorn cattle roamed Texas by the millions.

At the same time, westward expansion was creating new cities and demand for Texas beef. Enter the cowboys who herded more than 10 million cattle to market between the s and s and the big.Several trends in can be seen in retrospect to make the turning of the tide in the East Texas oil wars.

First, the courts began to look more favorably on prorationing and regulation. In Marchthe Texas Court of Civil Appeals sustained prorationing in the Texas Panhandle.The oil industry has made its mark not only on the landscape but also on the region’s postcard memories.

From oil gushers to fields of soaring oil rigs, this booming industry is splashed across postcard after postcard. Since the early 19th century, the lumber industry looms large in East Texas.