“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Fort Hancock, Texas

Clickable Map of Hudspeth County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hudspeth County, TX (14) Culberson County, TX (20) El Paso County, TX (131) Jeff Davis County, TX (25) Presidio County, TX (26) Otero County, NM (20)  HudspethCounty(14) Hudspeth County (14)  CulbersonCounty(20) Culberson County (20)  ElPasoCounty(131) El Paso County (131)  JeffDavisCounty(25) Jeff Davis County (25)  PresidioCounty(26) Presidio County (26)  OteroCountyNew Mexico(20) Otero County (20)
Sierra Blanca is the county seat for Hudspeth County
Fort Hancock is in Hudspeth County
      Hudspeth County (14)  
      Culberson County (20)  
      El Paso County (131)  
      Jeff Davis County (25)  
      Presidio County (26)  
      Otero County, New Mexico (20)  
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1Texas (Hudspeth County), Fort Hancock — Camp RiceBuilt in 1884-5
Department Commander Brigadier General D.S. Stanley, U.S.A. Planned by Major J.G.C. Lee, Chief Quartermaster. Post Commander Captain T.A. Baldwin, 10th Cav’y. Officer in charge of Construction Lieut. E.B. Ives, 19th Inft’y. . . . Map (db m79374) HM
2Texas (Hudspeth County), Fort Hancock — 3180 — Cpl. Benito Martinez(April 24, 1932 – Sept. 6, 1952) — Machine Gunner, U.S. 25th Inf. Div. —
Graduated from Fort Hancock High School, May 1951. In Korean War, earned Congressional Medal of Honor in lone 6-hour stand near Satae-ri, Korea, Sept. 6, 1952, enabling his unit to regain key terrain. He rejected offers of aid; was cited for . . . Map (db m60746) HM
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Oct. 5, 2022