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Identifier: geographyoftexas00simo
Title: The geography of Texas, physical and political
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Simonds, Frederic William, 1853-
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Publisher: Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn & company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ke called meal, from whichthe oil has been expressed, are valuable for stock feeding. 67. Cereals. The leading cereals of the state are, in theorder of their importance, corn, wheat, oats, and rice.Barley and rye are raised in small amounts. The corn crop for 1904 reached 136,702,699 bushels,having a value of over seventy-one million dollars.^ Theleading corn-producing counties ^ are Collin, Grayson,Dallas, Ellis, Fannin, Hill, Williamson, Hunt, McLennan,Bell, and Lamar. The wheat crop for 1904 amounted to 12,483,562bushels, valued at over thirteen million seven hundred 1 Crop Reporter (supplement) published by authority of the Secretaryof Agriculture, Vol. 6, No. 8, p. 66. Washington, D.C., December, 1904. 2 Based on the Bepurt of the Twelfth Census. INDUSTRIES 85 thousand dollars.^ The leading wlieat-producing counties ^are Collin, Denton, Tarrant, Grayson, Cooke, and Ellis. The oat crop for 1904 reached 28,688,320 bushels,valued at over twelve million six hundred thousand dollars.^

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Fig. CI. Mat of the Texas Cotton Belt Tlie leading oat-producing counties ^ are Grayson, Collin,Hill, Hunt, Dallas, McLennan, Ellis, and Fannin. 1 Crop Reporter (supplement) published by authority of the Secretaryof Agriculture, Vol. 0, No. 8, p. 60. AVashington, D.C., December, 1904. 2 Based on the Report of the Twelfth Census. 86 THE GEOGRAPHY OF TEXAS The rice belt of the state borders the Gulf, extend-ing from the Sabine river to the Rio Grande. As thecrop is raised mainly by irrigation, this belt has rapidlyspread inland until it has now reached Chappel Hill onthe Brazos, Columbus on the Colorado, and Cuero on theGuadalupe. A few years ago two general rice-producing sectionswere recognized in Texas, the Beaumont and the Colorado

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