This museum has much of interest about local history. We stopped in to see what it had about the Battle of Blanco Canyon, which is nearby, where the US Army and Quanah Parker's band of Comanches fought in October 1871. It had some information on that, though not as much as I had hoped. But there is a lot to see here including photographs and letters from and displays about early life of the white man in Crosbyton and the surrounding area. This small museum deserves 3.5 stars because it is better than average, however it suffers from an abundance of items to display and not enough space to show them in. It is worth a stop.
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