The seat of Lamb County, this town is named for George Washington Littlefield, cattle baron and philanthropist who bought and developed the southern Yellowhouse Division of the famed XIT Ranch. The town site was first surveyed in 1912 and became a station on the Panhandle and Santa Fe Railroad a ...
This museum offers local history, but it also serves as a place for reunions, parties and meetings. Open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Mon.–Fri., other times by request. 520 E. Waylon Jennings Blvd. 806/385-9001.
Originally constructed of wood to a height of 132 feet in El Canyon de las Casas Amarillas (The Canyon of the Yellow Houses) on the XIT Ranch in 1887. The original famous windmill blew down on Thanksgiving Day in 1926. The replica is 114 feet. U.S. 84 at XIT Avenue.
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