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The Banco Convention of 1905, between the United States and Mexico, was negotiated and signed in 1905[1] and ratified by both nations in 1907. It resulted in 247 exchanges of bancos (land surrounded by bends in the river that became segregated by a cutoff, often due to rapid erosion of the river channel) between the two nations over the period from 1910 to 1976.[2] Most of these were in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, the Presidio Valley and the El Paso-Juarez Valley. In 1927 the convention was applied to the short international border on the Colorado River.[3]

Banco Convention of 1905
Convention Between the United States and Mexico for the Elimination of the Bancos in the Rio Grande from the Effects of Article II of the Treaty of November 12, 1884
Signed March 20, 1905 (1905-03-20)
Location Washington, D.C.
Effective June 5, 1907
Negotiators
  • Alvey A. Adee
  • M. de Azpiroz
Signatories
Parties
Languages

Contents

BackgroundEdit

 
An example of a banco, created when a meander is cut off by a new, shorter channel, leaving a cut-off section of land surrounded by a U-shaped (oxbow) lake.
 
Aerial photo of Ringgold Banco, opposite Rio Grande City, Texas; exchanged from the United States to Mexico on September 26, 1949.

In 1884, a further treaty set out to clarify the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The Convention of November 12, 1884 established the rules for determining the location of the US-Mexico boundary when the meandering rivers of the international border transferred tracts of land from one bank of the river to the other.[4][5] The treaty stated that if the river changed course gradually through a process of soil erosion, then the boundary should follow the new course of the river. However, a sudden change of course, for example one caused by a flood, would not affect the boundary. Nevertheless, the clarifications established in the treaty of 1884 did not resolve the question of land ownership.[4]

The Convention of March 1, 1889 established the International Boundary Commission (IBC) to apply the rules in the 1884 Convention.[2] It was modified by the Banco Convention of March 20, 1905 to retain the courses of the Rio Grande and the Colorado River as international boundaries in the event of sudden changes.[2]

Because the course of the Rio Grande was not static, to maintain the location of the river as the international boundary presented diplomatic and practical challenges. The river changed course frequently where it flowed through areas of relatively loose alluvial soil, doubling back on itself as it wound its way through the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Especially in times of flooding, tracts of land called "bancos" were created by avulsive changes that cut off entire oxbow-shaped meanders.

The result of these cut-offs was often confusion regarding sovereignty, land ownership, and law enforcement.[4] The purpose of the 1905 convention was to eliminate these bancos from the effects of Article II of the US-Mexico Convention of 1884, to which they otherwise would have been subject, and to establish a more definitive means to settle matters. Any bancos larger than 250 hectares (620 acres) or with a population over 200 were excluded from the 1905 convention.[1]

EffectsEdit

The International Boundary and Water Commission was charged with implementing the convention. Under the treaty, the following transfers involving Texas occurred from 1910–1976:[6]

Year No. of bancos Acres to USA Acres to Mexico Year No. of bancos Acres to USA Acres to Mexico
1910 57 5,357.2 3,101.2 1942 1 63.3 0
1912 31 1,094.4 2,343.0 1943 4 482.9 100.5
1928 42 3,089.9 1,407.8 1944 14 253.7 166.2
1930 31 4,685.6 984.3 1945 16 240.9 333.5
1931 4 158.4 328.7 1946 1 185.8 0
1932 2 159.7 0 1949 2 190.2 281.9
1933 1 0 122.1 1956 1 508.3 0
1934 1 278.1 0 1968 1 0 154.6
1939 1 240.2 0 1970 21 449.8 1,881.8
1940 2 0 209.5 1976 6 49.2 0
1941 6 224.5 246.9 Total 245 17,712 acres (71.68 km2) 11,662 acres (47.19 km2)

In 1927 under this convention, the U.S. acquired two bancos from Mexico at the Colorado River border with Arizona. Farmers Banco, covering 583.4 acres (2.361 km2), a part of the Cocopah Indian Reservation, was ceded to the U.S. with controversy.[3] Fain Banco, of 259 acres (105 ha), also became U.S. soil.

Below is a list of the 247 bancos that were exchanged under the terms of the 1905 convention.[7][8][9][10][11] This information is also available as a kmz file at this location.

Banco Name Banco # Latitude (North) Longitude (West) Map coordinates IBWC Minute No. Transfer Date Year of transfer Acres Cut from Mexico (to USA) Acres Cut from USA (to Mexico) Location[6] Description on minute or map (source: IBWC website)
La Burrita 1 25.945833 97.267471 25°56′45″N 97°16′03″W / 25.945833°N 97.267471°W / 25.945833; -97.267471 n/a[7] March 29, 1910 1910 23.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, south of Estrella Ranch and about 12 km west of the mouth of the Rio Grande
San Juan de Arriba 2 25.83913 97.383978 25°50′21″N 97°23′02″W / 25.83913°N 97.383978°W / 25.83913; -97.383978 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 23.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, south of San Rafael Ranch and about 14 km southeast of Brownsville
Longoreno 3 25.84444 97.38861 25°50′40″N 97°23′19″W / 25.84444°N 97.38861°W / 25.84444; -97.38861 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 138.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, south of San Rafael Ranch and about 13 km southeast of Brownsville
La Canasta 4 25.85083 97.42194 25°51′03″N 97°25′19″W / 25.85083°N 97.42194°W / 25.85083; -97.42194 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 126.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southwest of Raab's Place and about 10 km southeast of Brownsville
Fernandez 4 12 25.871357 97.467529 25°52′17″N 97°28′03″W / 25.871357°N 97.467529°W / 25.871357; -97.467529 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 224.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 2 km southwest of Santa Rosalia Ranch and about 5 km southeast of Brownsville
Trevino Canales 5 25.90111 97.51306 25°54′04″N 97°30′47″W / 25.90111°N 97.51306°W / 25.90111; -97.51306 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 249.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km southwest of Brownsville
Phillips 6 25.923336 97.525556 25°55′24″N 97°31′32″W / 25.923336°N 97.525556°W / 25.923336; -97.525556 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 111.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 3 km northwest of Brownsville
Tahuachalito 7 25.98417 97.60639 25°59′03″N 97°36′23″W / 25.98417°N 97.60639°W / 25.98417; -97.60639 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 178.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km west of San Pedro Ranch and about 13 km northwest of Brownsville
La Isla 8 25.992358 97.62925 25°59′32″N 97°37′45″W / 25.992358°N 97.62925°W / 25.992358; -97.62925 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 157.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 3 km southwest of Naranjo Ranch and about 16 km northwest of Brownsville
Tahuachal 9 26.01056 97.62194 26°00′38″N 97°37′19″W / 26.01056°N 97.62194°W / 26.01056; -97.62194 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 83 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southwest of Naranjo Ranch and about 16 km northwest of Brownsville
Benavides 10 26.02917 97.65611 26°01′45″N 97°39′22″W / 26.02917°N 97.65611°W / 26.02917; -97.65611 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 130.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, west of La Union Ranch and about 20 km northwest of Brownsville
Rafael Garcia 11 26.038667 97.663061 26°02′19″N 97°39′47″W / 26.038667°N 97.663061°W / 26.038667; -97.663061 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 28.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km northwest of Refugio Ranch and about 21 km northwest of Brownsville
Fresnal 12 26.022078 97.678853 26°01′19″N 97°40′44″W / 26.022078°N 97.678853°W / 26.022078; -97.678853 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 223.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, southeast of San Isidro Ranch and about 22 km northwest of Brownsville
Capote 13 26.03583 97.69278 26°02′09″N 97°41′34″W / 26.03583°N 97.69278°W / 26.03583; -97.69278 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 137.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km southeast of Las Flores Ranch and about 14 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Llanito 14 26.04028 97.709167 26°02′25″N 97°42′33″W / 26.04028°N 97.709167°W / 26.04028; -97.709167 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 29.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southwest of Las Flores Ranch and about 13 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Combe 15 26.02912 97.72522 26°01′45″N 97°43′31″W / 26.02912°N 97.72522°W / 26.02912; -97.72522 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 79.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 3 km southwest of Las Flores Ranch and about 13 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Panola 16 26.030176 97.757436 26°01′49″N 97°45′27″W / 26.030176°N 97.757436°W / 26.030176; -97.757436 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 62.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 2 km southeast of the San Benito Pumping Plant and about 11 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Mainero 17 26.032356 97.757447 26°01′56″N 97°45′27″W / 26.032356°N 97.757447°W / 26.032356; -97.757447 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 207.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 2 km southeast of the San Benito Pumping Plant and about 10 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Las Sierritas 18 26.044444 97.753056 26°02′40″N 97°45′11″W / 26.044444°N 97.753056°W / 26.044444; -97.753056 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 134.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southeast of the San Benito Pumping Plant and about 9 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Las Rusias 19 26.034108 97.760942 26°02′03″N 97°45′39″W / 26.034108°N 97.760942°W / 26.034108; -97.760942 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 105 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 2 km south of the San Benito Pumping Plant and about 9 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Las Tranquitas 20 26.05056 97.75306 26°03′02″N 97°45′11″W / 26.05056°N 97.75306°W / 26.05056; -97.75306 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 129.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southeast of Las Rucias Ranch and about 8 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Venado 21 26.035832 97.772848 26°02′09″N 97°46′22″W / 26.035832°N 97.772848°W / 26.035832; -97.772848 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 125.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, southeast of Turner's House and about 8 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Turner 22 26.037521 97.797656 26°02′15″N 97°47′52″W / 26.037521°N 97.797656°W / 26.037521; -97.797656 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 32.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 2 km southwest of Turner's House and about 6 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria, Texas
Soliseno 23 26.044167 97.784722 26°02′39″N 97°47′05″W / 26.044167°N 97.784722°W / 26.044167; -97.784722 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 221.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, south of Galveston Ranch and about 5 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Villitas 24 26.059167 97.821806 26°03′33″N 97°49′19″W / 26.059167°N 97.821806°W / 26.059167; -97.821806 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 76.85 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km southeast of Old Santa Maria Ranch and about 2 km southeast of the church in Santa Maria (Texas)
Palma 25 26.06472 97.83333 26°03′53″N 97°50′00″W / 26.06472°N 97.83333°W / 26.06472; -97.83333 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 198.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1 km southeast of Santa Maria Church and about 11 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
El Zurron 26 26.06583 97.85194 26°03′57″N 97°51′07″W / 26.06583°N 97.85194°W / 26.06583; -97.85194 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 238.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southwest of Nealeville and about 9 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
La Bolsa 27 26.076389 97.863889 26°04′35″N 97°51′50″W / 26.076389°N 97.863889°W / 26.076389; -97.863889 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 192.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo and Cameron Counties, Texas, south of Sacatal Ranch and about 8 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Cantu 28 26.065556 97.867778 26°03′56″N 97°52′04″W / 26.065556°N 97.867778°W / 26.065556; -97.867778 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 41.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, about 2 km south of Sacatal Ranch and about 8 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Villarreales 29 26.07333 97.91 26°04′24″N 97°54′36″W / 26.07333°N 97.91°W / 26.07333; -97.91 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 153.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, about 1 km east of Rosario Banco 31 and about 4 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Santa Margarita 30 26.06722 97.92556 26°04′02″N 97°55′32″W / 26.06722°N 97.92556°W / 26.06722; -97.92556 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 283.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, south of Rosario Ranch and about 2 km southeast of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Rosario 31 26.07333 97.92083 26°04′24″N 97°55′15″W / 26.07333°N 97.92083°W / 26.07333; -97.92083 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 272.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, east of Rosario Ranch and about 2 km east of Progreso (Toluca Ranch); 1 km west of Banco Villareales 29
Toluca 32 26.052342 97.951335 26°03′08″N 97°57′05″W / 26.052342°N 97.951335°W / 26.052342; -97.951335 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 140.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, northwest of San Lorenzo Ranch and about 2 km south of Progreso (Toluca Ranch), Texas
Arguelles 33 26.048607 97.971231 26°02′55″N 97°58′16″W / 26.048607°N 97.971231°W / 26.048607; -97.971231 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 336.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, east of San Ysidro Ranch and about 4 km southwest of Progreso (Toluca Ranch), Texas
Santa Juanita 34 26.06833 97.981111 26°04′06″N 97°58′52″W / 26.06833°N 97.981111°W / 26.06833; -97.981111 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 40.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, west of Arguelles Ranch and about 4 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Eurestes 35 26.07361 98.0125 26°04′25″N 98°00′45″W / 26.07361°N 98.0125°W / 26.07361; -98.0125 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 93.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, east of Ballines Ranch and about 7 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Blanco (La Blanca) 36 26.062528 98.03021 26°03′45″N 98°01′49″W / 26.062528°N 98.03021°W / 26.062528; -98.03021 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 51.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 2 km southeast of Blanco Ranch and about 8 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch), Texas
Las Bonitas 37 26.07389 98.035 26°04′26″N 98°02′06″W / 26.07389°N 98.035°W / 26.07389; -98.035 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 381.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, south of Blanco Ranch and about 9 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Santa Rita 38 26.046458 98.078499 26°02′47″N 98°04′43″W / 26.046458°N 98.078499°W / 26.046458; -98.078499 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 155.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, northwest of San Pedro Ranch and about 14 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch), Texas
Longoria 39 26.05278 98.066111 26°03′10″N 98°03′58″W / 26.05278°N 98.066111°W / 26.05278; -98.066111 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 132.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, west of Santa Rita Ranch and about 12 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
San Juan del Rio 40 26.06889 98.1075 26°04′08″N 98°06′27″W / 26.06889°N 98.1075°W / 26.06889; -98.1075 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 31.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, east of Young's Ranch and about 16 km west of Progreso (Toluca Ranch)
Cigarillo 41 26.058481 98.167578 26°03′31″N 98°10′03″W / 26.058481°N 98.167578°W / 26.058481; -98.167578 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 48.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, north of San Joaquin Ranch and about 9 km southeast of Hidalgo, Texas
Juanita 42 26.058381 98.194124 26°03′30″N 98°11′39″W / 26.058381°N 98.194124°W / 26.058381; -98.194124 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 157.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, north of Granilla Ranch and about 6 km southeast of Hidalgo, Texas
Santa Cruz 43 26.08583 98.22889 26°05′09″N 98°13′44″W / 26.08583°N 98.22889°W / 26.08583; -98.22889 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 338.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, southeast of Capote Ranch and about 4 km southeast of Hidalgo
Grangeno 44 26.13278 98.308611 26°07′58″N 98°18′31″W / 26.13278°N 98.308611°W / 26.13278; -98.308611 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 207.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, south of Grangeno Ranch and about 6 km northwest of Hidalgo
Anzaldua 45 26.14667 98.32917 26°08′48″N 98°19′45″W / 26.14667°N 98.32917°W / 26.14667; -98.32917 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 43 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, south of Lomitas Ranch and about 9 km northwest of Hidalgo
Maria Inez (or Maria Ines) 46 26.168611 98.343889 26°10′07″N 98°20′38″W / 26.168611°N 98.343889°W / 26.168611; -98.343889 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 55.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, northwest of Lomitas Ranch and about 11 km northwest of Hidalgo
Lomitas 47 26.153742 98.351473 26°09′13″N 98°21′05″W / 26.153742°N 98.351473°W / 26.153742; -98.351473 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 16.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, northwest of Cavazos Ranch and about 11 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
King 48 26.18278 98.38528 26°10′58″N 98°23′07″W / 26.18278°N 98.38528°W / 26.18278; -98.38528 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 212 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, west of Hedleys Ranch and about 16 km northwest of Hidalgo
Ojo de Agua 49 26.179815 98.426181 26°10′47″N 98°25′34″W / 26.179815°N 98.426181°W / 26.179815; -98.426181 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 68.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, north of Barranco Ranch and about 18 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
Garza 51 26.21889 98.464479 26°13′08″N 98°27′52″W / 26.21889°N 98.464479°W / 26.21889; -98.464479 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 160.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 5 km southeast of Havana Ranch and about 24 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
Pedro Vela 52 26.217325 98.470441 26°13′02″N 98°28′14″W / 26.217325°N 98.470441°W / 26.217325; -98.470441 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 94.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 4 km southeast of Havana Ranch and about 25 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
Antonio Vela 53 26.233336 98.515278 26°14′00″N 98°30′55″W / 26.233336°N 98.515278°W / 26.233336; -98.515278 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 151.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 1 km south of Havana Ranch and about 28 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
Santo Domingo 55 26.30833 98.69306 26°18′30″N 98°41′35″W / 26.30833°N 98.69306°W / 26.30833; -98.69306 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 302.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, south of Garcias Ranch and about 14 km southeast of Rio Grande City
Garza 56 26.364169 98.825 26°21′51″N 98°49′30″W / 26.364169°N 98.825°W / 26.364169; -98.825 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 112.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, about 1 km south of Rio Grande City, Texas
Camargo 57 26.357839 98.825 26°21′28″N 98°49′30″W / 26.357839°N 98.825°W / 26.357839; -98.825 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 494 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, about 2 km south of Rio Grande City, Texas
Yzaguirre (or Izaguirre) 58 26.37278 98.83806 26°22′22″N 98°50′17″W / 26.37278°N 98.83806°W / 26.37278; -98.83806 n/a March 29, 1910 1910 212.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, south of Garcia Ranch and about 2 km southwest of Rio Grande City; northeast of Banco Las Adjuntas 91
La Puerta 59 26.315197 98.750948 26°18′55″N 98°45′03″W / 26.315197°N 98.750948°W / 26.315197; -98.750948 n/a[8] November 7, 1912 1912 320.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, north of Barrito Ranch and about 9 km southeast of Rio Grande City, Texas
San Francisco 60 26.29306 98.699444 26°17′35″N 98°41′58″W / 26.29306°N 98.699444°W / 26.29306; -98.699444 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 474.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, south of Santo Domingo Ranch and about 15 km southeast of Rio Grande City
Salado 61 26.236356 98.639472 26°14′11″N 98°38′22″W / 26.236356°N 98.639472°W / 26.236356; -98.639472 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 74.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, north of Villarreales Ranch and about 23 km southeast of Rio Grande City, Texas
Artesitas 62 26.236086 98.613761 26°14′10″N 98°36′50″W / 26.236086°N 98.613761°W / 26.236086; -98.613761 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 449.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, north of Potrero Ranch and about 11 km west of Havana
Los Ebanos 63 26.232247 98.566323 26°13′56″N 98°33′59″W / 26.232247°N 98.566323°W / 26.232247; -98.566323 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 120.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, 1 km south of Los Ebanos Ranch and about 6 km west of Havana
Tabasco 64 26.2 98.481389 26°12′00″N 98°28′53″W / 26.2°N 98.481389°W / 26.2; -98.481389 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 44 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, north of Carrizal Ranch and about 5 km southeast of Havana
Tortuga 65 26.161944 98.35222 26°09′43″N 98°21′08″W / 26.161944°N 98.35222°W / 26.161944; -98.35222 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 97.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, 2 km west of Lomitas Ranch and about 11 km northwest of Hidalgo
Dougherty 66 26.101242 98.299836 26°06′04″N 98°17′59″W / 26.101242°N 98.299836°W / 26.101242; -98.299836 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 49.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 1 km southwest of Sabino Ranch and about 4 km west of Hidalgo
Jalisco 67 26.07806 98.16806 26°04′41″N 98°10′05″W / 26.07806°N 98.16806°W / 26.07806; -98.16806 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 51.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, 1 km south of San Juan Hacienda and about 9 km east of Hidalgo
Zolezzi 68 26.07083 98.02778 26°04′15″N 98°01′40″W / 26.07083°N 98.02778°W / 26.07083; -98.02778 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 49.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, east of Las Bonitas Ranch and about 8 km west of Toluca (Progreso P.O.)
Santander 69 26.059867 98.003983 26°03′36″N 98°00′14″W / 26.059867°N 98.003983°W / 26.059867; -98.003983 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 105.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, northeast of San Jose Ranch and about 6 km southwest of Toluca (Progreso P.O.)
Saenz 70 26.050409 97.947 26°03′01″N 97°56′49″W / 26.050409°N 97.947°W / 26.050409; -97.947 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 68 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, northeast of San Lorenzo Ranch and about 2 km south of Toluca (Progreso P.O.)
Cipres 71 26.027435 97.702676 26°01′39″N 97°42′10″W / 26.027435°N 97.702676°W / 26.027435; -97.702676 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 23.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, west of Capote Ranch and about 24 km northwest of Brownsville
Celaya 72 26.023776 97.68801 26°01′26″N 97°41′17″W / 26.023776°N 97.68801°W / 26.023776; -97.68801 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 117.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 1.5 km southwest of San Isidro Ranch and about 22 km northwest of Brownsville
Rosita 73 26.03139 97.68944 26°01′53″N 97°41′22″W / 26.03139°N 97.68944°W / 26.03139; -97.68944 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 46.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southwest of San Isidro Ranch and about 22 km northwest of Brownsville
Campamento 74 26.036778 97.665879 26°02′12″N 97°39′57″W / 26.036778°N 97.665879°W / 26.036778; -97.665879 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 51.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southeast of Barranco Ranch and about 21 km northwest of Brownsville
Carmen 75 25.949018 97.583989 25°56′56″N 97°35′02″W / 25.949018°N 97.583989°W / 25.949018; -97.583989 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 57.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 1.5 km south of Carmen Ranch and about 9 km northwest of Brownsville
Las Prietas 76 25.920322 97.548642 25°55′13″N 97°32′55″W / 25.920322°N 97.548642°W / 25.920322; -97.548642 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 85 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 0.5 km east of Las Rucias Ranch and about 4 km northwest of Brownsville
Santa Rosalia 77 25.879553 97.459422 25°52′46″N 97°27′34″W / 25.879553°N 97.459422°W / 25.879553; -97.459422 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 54.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 1 km south of Santa Rosalia Ranch and about 5 km southeast of Brownsville
Los Naranjos 78 25.901356 97.364247 25°54′05″N 97°21′51″W / 25.901356°N 97.364247°W / 25.901356; -97.364247 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 256 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, northwest of Carrera Ranch and about 14 km east of Brownsville
San Martin 79 25.921001 97.345083 25°55′16″N 97°20′42″W / 25.921001°N 97.345083°W / 25.921001; -97.345083 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 111 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 1 km south of San Martin Ranch and about 16 km east of Brownsville
Caja Pinta (La Lomita) 80 25.93833 97.2975 25°56′18″N 97°17′51″W / 25.93833°N 97.2975°W / 25.93833; -97.2975 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 144.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, southeast of Tulosa Ranch and about 20 km northeast of Brownsville
Solisenito 81 26.04694 97.78806 26°02′49″N 97°47′17″W / 26.04694°N 97.78806°W / 26.04694; -97.78806 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 60.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, south of Galveston Ranch and about 32 km west of Brownsville
Grulla 82 26.250748 98.676157 26°15′03″N 98°40′34″W / 26.250748°N 98.676157°W / 26.250748; -98.676157 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 119.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, 1.5 km west of Belavares Ranch and about 20 km southeast of Rio Grande City, Texas; opposite Banco Valadeces 130
Havana 83 26.207589 98.500731 26°12′27″N 98°30′03″W / 26.207589°N 98.500731°W / 26.207589; -98.500731 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 54.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 1 km north of Prietas Ranch and about 4 km south of Havana, Texas
Closner 84 26.183333 98.425 26°11′00″N 98°25′30″W / 26.183333°N 98.425°W / 26.183333; -98.425 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 85.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, about 1 km north of Barranco Ranch and about 10 km southeast of Havana, Texas
Coyote 85 26.12361 98.319444 26°07′25″N 98°19′10″W / 26.12361°N 98.319444°W / 26.12361; -98.319444 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 30.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, 1.5 km southwest of Grangeno Ranch and about .6 km west of Hidalgo
Santa Anita 86 25.8339 97.467603 25°50′02″N 97°28′03″W / 25.8339°N 97.467603°W / 25.8339; -97.467603 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 49.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, east of Colote Ranch and about 10 km southeast of Brownsville, Texas
San Pedro 87 25.857939 97.361801 25°51′29″N 97°21′42″W / 25.857939°N 97.361801°W / 25.857939; -97.361801 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 95.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 2 km north of Santa Rosa Ranch and about 15 km southeast of Brownsville, Texas
San Miguel 88 25.898409 97.373147 25°53′54″N 97°22′23″W / 25.898409°N 97.373147°W / 25.898409; -97.373147 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 56.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, east of Sabinitas Ranch and about 12 km east of Brownsville
Monterrey 89 26.072832 98.08574 26°04′22″N 98°05′09″W / 26.072832°N 98.08574°W / 26.072832; -98.08574 n/a November 7, 1912 1912 32.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, 1 km northwest of the Donna Pumping Plant and about 18 km east of Hidalgo
Casas 90 26.36611 98.87306 26°21′58″N 98°52′23″W / 26.36611°N 98.87306°W / 26.36611; -98.87306 104 April 23, 1928 1928 138.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Las Adjuntas 91 26.36694 98.84611 26°22′01″N 98°50′46″W / 26.36694°N 98.84611°W / 26.36694; -98.84611 106 May 26, 1928 1928 221.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, 3 km above Rio Grande City, Texas, South of R.P. 1, and of "Los Garcias Ranch", southwest of Banco No. 58 Izaguirre, and at the mouth of the San Juan River
El Refugio 92 26.3225 98.74139 26°19′21″N 98°44′29″W / 26.3225°N 98.74139°W / 26.3225; -98.74139 104 April 23, 1928 1928 221.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley
El Barrito 93 26.31194 98.73278 26°18′43″N 98°43′58″W / 26.31194°N 98.73278°W / 26.31194; -98.73278 104 April 23, 1928 1928 272 Lower Rio Grande Valley
La Chicharra 94 26.2675 98.62917 26°16′03″N 98°37′45″W / 26.2675°N 98.62917°W / 26.2675; -98.62917 104 April 23, 1928 1928 51.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Santos 95 26.25889 98.59472 26°15′32″N 98°35′41″W / 26.25889°N 98.59472°W / 26.25889; -98.59472 104 April 23, 1928 1928 66.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Cuevitas 96 26.25833 98.58028 26°15′30″N 98°34′49″W / 26.25833°N 98.58028°W / 26.25833; -98.58028 104 April 23, 1928 1928 93.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Caballero 97 26.21444 98.43417 26°12′52″N 98°26′03″W / 26.21444°N 98.43417°W / 26.21444; -98.43417 104 April 23, 1928 1928 184.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Reynosa 98 26.12444 98.26556 26°07′28″N 98°15′56″W / 26.12444°N 98.26556°W / 26.12444; -98.26556 104 April 23, 1928 1928 68.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
La Chapena 99 26.08361 98.23306 26°05′01″N 98°13′59″W / 26.08361°N 98.23306°W / 26.08361; -98.23306 104 April 23, 1928 1928 146.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Kelly 100 26.065342 98.237562 26°03′55″N 98°14′15″W / 26.065342°N 98.237562°W / 26.065342; -98.237562 104 April 23, 1928 1928 194.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Rancho Nuevo 101 26.07 98.1225 26°04′12″N 98°07′21″W / 26.07°N 98.1225°W / 26.07; -98.1225 104 April 23, 1928 1928 21 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Young 102 26.062175 98.117418 26°03′44″N 98°07′03″W / 26.062175°N 98.117418°W / 26.062175; -98.117418 104 April 23, 1928 1928 30.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Rancho Viejo 103 26.056253 98.082386 26°03′23″N 98°04′57″W / 26.056253°N 98.082386°W / 26.056253; -98.082386 104 April 23, 1928 1928 96.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Singleterry 104 26.062218 98.078491 26°03′44″N 98°04′43″W / 26.062218°N 98.078491°W / 26.062218; -98.078491 104 April 23, 1928 1928 29.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Ratamal 105 26.04944 98.053333 26°02′58″N 98°03′12″W / 26.04944°N 98.053333°W / 26.04944; -98.053333 104 April 23, 1928 1928 47 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Pena Flora 106 26.049167 98.046667 26°02′57″N 98°02′48″W / 26.049167°N 98.046667°W / 26.049167; -98.046667 104 April 23, 1928 1928 60 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Tenacitas 107 26.054814 98.020513 26°03′17″N 98°01′14″W / 26.054814°N 98.020513°W / 26.054814; -98.020513 104 April 23, 1928 1928 110.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Puertas Verdes 108 26.067247 98.009486 26°04′02″N 98°00′34″W / 26.067247°N 98.009486°W / 26.067247; -98.009486 104 April 23, 1928 1928 110.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Agua Negra 109 26.069444 97.994167 26°04′10″N 97°59′39″W / 26.069444°N 97.994167°W / 26.069444; -97.994167 104 April 23, 1928 1928 64.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley
San Isidro 110 26.056408 97.989536 26°03′23″N 97°59′22″W / 26.056408°N 97.989536°W / 26.056408; -97.989536 104 April 23, 1928 1928 54.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Sabinito 111 26.051012 97.967134 26°03′04″N 97°58′02″W / 26.051012°N 97.967134°W / 26.051012; -97.967134 104 April 23, 1928 1928 28.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Llano Grande 112 26.06278 97.96111 26°03′46″N 97°57′40″W / 26.06278°N 97.96111°W / 26.06278; -97.96111 104 April 23, 1928 1928 135.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Las Moras 113 26.065781 97.870074 26°03′57″N 97°52′12″W / 26.065781°N 97.870074°W / 26.065781; -97.870074 104 April 23, 1928 1928 71.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Galvan 114 26.055953 97.811677 26°03′21″N 97°48′42″W / 26.055953°N 97.811677°W / 26.055953; -97.811677 104 April 23, 1928 1928 15.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley
La Feria 115 26.054953 97.80984 26°03′18″N 97°48′35″W / 26.054953°N 97.80984°W / 26.054953; -97.80984 104 April 23, 1928 1928 362 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Champion 116 26.045813 97.800571 26°02′45″N 97°48′02″W / 26.045813°N 97.800571°W / 26.045813; -97.800571 104 April 23, 1928 1928 111.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Pacheco 117 26.045 97.758333 26°02′42″N 97°45′30″W / 26.045°N 97.758333°W / 26.045; -97.758333 104 April 23, 1928 1928 71.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Vaqueteria 118 26.025 97.65528 26°01′30″N 97°39′19″W / 26.025°N 97.65528°W / 26.025; -97.65528 104 April 23, 1928 1928 48.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Guerra 119 25.98944 97.618889 25°59′22″N 97°37′08″W / 25.98944°N 97.618889°W / 25.98944; -97.618889 104 April 23, 1928 1928 142.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Soledad 120 25.966111 97.603056 25°57′58″N 97°36′11″W / 25.966111°N 97.603056°W / 25.966111; -97.603056 104 April 23, 1928 1928 75.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Matamoros 121 25.89333 97.51472 25°53′36″N 97°30′53″W / 25.89333°N 97.51472°W / 25.89333; -97.51472 104 April 23, 1928 1928 96.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Los Tomates 122 25.9 97.47167 25°54′00″N 97°28′18″W / 25.9°N 97.47167°W / 25.9; -97.47167 104 April 23, 1928 1928 83.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley north of Banco 131 Jeronimo
Los Borregos 123 25.874444 97.445833 25°52′28″N 97°26′45″W / 25.874444°N 97.445833°W / 25.874444; -97.445833 104 April 23, 1928 1928 19.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley
San Joaquin 124 25.846834 97.362219 25°50′49″N 97°21′44″W / 25.846834°N 97.362219°W / 25.846834; -97.362219 104 April 23, 1928 1928 45 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Las Comas 125 25.90972 97.37611 25°54′35″N 97°22′34″W / 25.90972°N 97.37611°W / 25.90972; -97.37611 104 April 23, 1928 1928 35.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley
El Rincon 126 25.927778 97.355556 25°55′40″N 97°21′20″W / 25.927778°N 97.355556°W / 25.927778; -97.355556 104 April 23, 1928 1928 47.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
El Palmito 127 25.915497 97.323186 25°54′56″N 97°19′23″W / 25.915497°N 97.323186°W / 25.915497; -97.323186 104 April 23, 1928 1928 143.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Stell-Lind 128 25.96028 97.18861 25°57′37″N 97°11′19″W / 25.96028°N 97.18861°W / 25.96028; -97.18861 104 April 23, 1928 1928 91.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Bagdad 129 25.955801 97.170437 25°57′21″N 97°10′14″W / 25.955801°N 97.170437°W / 25.955801; -97.170437 104 April 23, 1928 1928 200.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Valadeces 130 26.2475 98.664167 26°14′51″N 98°39′51″W / 26.2475°N 98.664167°W / 26.2475; -98.664167 104 April 23, 1928 1928 296.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, southwest of La Grulla, Texas, southwest(?) of R.P. 9, and opposite to Banco No. 82, La Grulla
Jeronimo 131 25.89389 97.468056 25°53′38″N 97°28′05″W / 25.89389°N 97.468056°W / 25.89389; -97.468056 104 April 23, 1928 1928 90.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, next to and south of Banco 122, "Los Tomates", northwest of R.P. 45, and about 2 km southwest of Brownsville, Texas
La Pascualilla 132 25.9775 97.60333 25°58′39″N 97°36′12″W / 25.9775°N 97.60333°W / 25.9775; -97.60333 134 May 20, 1931 1931 76.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, 1 km southwest of R.P. 39 and of San Pedro Ranch, and 14 km northwest of Brownsville, Texas
Morales 133 25.91306 97.5275 25°54′47″N 97°31′39″W / 25.91306°N 97.5275°W / 25.91306; -97.5275 134 May 20, 1931 1931 81.88 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, 2 km south of R.P. 42, 3 km west of Brownsville, Texas, and at the City Water Pump.
El Morillo 134 26.16611 98.3775 26°09′58″N 98°22′39″W / 26.16611°N 98.3775°W / 26.16611; -98.3775 138 February 25, 1932 1932 118.7 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, 2 km south of R.P. 17 and 15 km northwest of Hidalgo, Texas
Hollinsworth 135 26.059966 98.210256 26°03′36″N 98°12′37″W / 26.059966°N 98.210256°W / 26.059966; -98.210256 141 July 17, 1933 1933 122.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 3 km south of R.P. 22 and 8 km east of Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Villarreales Segundo 136 26.25389 98.64389 26°15′14″N 98°38′38″W / 26.25389°N 98.64389°W / 26.25389; -98.64389 142 February 27, 1934 1934 278.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, 2 km southeast of R.P. 9 and La Grulla, Texas
Lozano 137 25.88972 97.48278 25°53′23″N 97°28′58″W / 25.88972°N 97.48278°W / 25.88972; -97.48278 166 April 3, 1939 1939 240.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, 1 km southeast of R.P. 44 and 2 km southeast of Brownsville, Texas
Progreso 138 26.05383 97.98015 26°03′14″N 97°58′49″W / 26.05383°N 97.98015°W / 26.05383; -97.98015 169 June 6, 1940 1940 176.4 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 1.5 km west of the pumping plant at Progreso, Texas, 1.5 km north of San Isidro Ranch, Tamaulipas, and 3.5 km southwest of R.P. No. 28
Las Flores 139 26.051548 97.944698 26°03′06″N 97°56′41″W / 26.051548°N 97.944698°W / 26.051548; -97.944698 169 June 6, 1940 1940 33.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 2 km south of R.P. No. 28, 1.5 km southeast of the pumping plant at Progreso, Texas, and 1 km northeast of Las Flores Ranch, Tamaulipas
Nogales 140 25.865995 97.457858 25°51′58″N 97°27′28″W / 25.865995°N 97.457858°W / 25.865995; -97.457858 171 May 2, 1941 1941 208.6 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 3 km east of the City of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 1 km south of the El Jardin pumping plant, and 5 km southeast of R.P. No. 44
Las Ruelas 141 26.13528 98.29333 26°08′07″N 98°17′36″W / 26.13528°N 98.29333°W / 26.13528; -98.29333 171 May 2, 1941 1941 183.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, about 2 km northwest of the town of Hidalgo, Texas, and 1 km southeast of R.P. No. 19
Las Palomas 142 26.03528 97.71528 26°02′07″N 97°42′55″W / 26.03528°N 97.71528°W / 26.03528; -97.71528 173 February 27, 1942 1942 63.3 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 4 km southeast of the town of Los Indios, Texas, and 1 km south of R.P. No. 35
Rock Bend 143 25.938597 97.559469 25°56′19″N 97°33′34″W / 25.938597°N 97.559469°W / 25.938597; -97.559469 175 December 15, 1943 1943 84 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 7 km northwesterly of the city of Brownsville, Texas, and 2 km southwest of R.P. No. 41
La Parida 144 26.180556 98.391667 26°10′50″N 98°23′30″W / 26.180556°N 98.391667°W / 26.180556; -98.391667 175 December 15, 1943 1943 175 Lower Rio Grande Valley Hidalgo County, Texas, about 8 km southwest of the town of Mission, Texas, and 1.5 km west of R.P. No. 17
Los Fresnos 145 26.28194 98.6925 26°16′55″N 98°41′33″W / 26.28194°N 98.6925°W / 26.28194; -98.6925 175 December 15, 1943 1943 223.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Starr County, Texas, about 5 km northwesterly of the town of La Grulla, Texas, and 3.5 km south of R.P. No. 7
Orrbe 146 25.929214 97.297324 25°55′45″N 97°17′50″W / 25.929214°N 97.297324°W / 25.929214; -97.297324 175 December 15, 1943 1943 100.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, 21 km northeasterly of the City of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and 1.5 km southeasterly of R.P. No. 52
Weil 147 25.863113 97.360575 25°51′47″N 97°21′38″W / 25.863113°N 97.360575°W / 25.863113; -97.360575 177 December 21, 1944 1944 26.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 15 km southeasterly of the City of Matamoros, Tamaulipas and 2.0 km northeasterly of R.P. No. 48
Las Antonias 148 25.947356 97.189544 25°56′50″N 97°11′22″W / 25.947356°N 97.189544°W / 25.947356; -97.189544 177 December 21, 1944 1944 96.1 Lower Rio Grande Valley Matamoros, Tamaulipas, about 5.2 km southwesterly of the mouth of the Rio Grande and 1.7 km southeasterly of R.P. 54
Carrera 149 25.901602 97.375232 25°54′06″N 97°22′31″W / 25.901602°N 97.375232°W / 25.901602; -97.375232 179 June 29, 1945 1945 24.5 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 8 miles (13 km) southeasterly from the city of Brownsville, Texas, and 1.9 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 50
Cisneros 150 25.950428 97.249614 25°57′02″N 97°14′59″W / 25.950428°N 97.249614°W / 25.950428; -97.249614 179 June 29, 1945 1945 19.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 7 miles (11 km) upstream from the mouth of the Rio Grande, and 1.0 km southeasterly of R.P. No. 53
Hudson 151 26.248848 98.598294 26°14′56″N 98°35′54″W / 26.248848°N 98.598294°W / 26.248848; -98.598294 179 June 29, 1945 1945 127 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, about 2 km northwesterly of the settlement of San Miguel, and 1.5 km southeasterly of R.P. No. 10
Ratcliff 152 26.245491 98.615024 26°14′44″N 98°36′54″W / 26.245491°N 98.615024°W / 26.245491; -98.615024 179 June 29, 1945 1945 47.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley Camargo, Tamaulipas, about 4 km northwesterly of the settlement of San Miguel, and 1.8 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 10
Culebron 153 26.03694 97.75333 26°02′13″N 97°45′12″W / 26.03694°N 97.75333°W / 26.03694; -97.75333 183 October 14, 1946 1946 185.8 Lower Rio Grande Valley Cameron County, Texas, about 1.5 km southwest of the village of Los Indios, Texas, and 1.5 km southerly of R.P. No. 34
Ringgold 154 26.358054 98.81389 26°21′29″N 98°48′50″W / 26.358054°N 98.81389°W / 26.358054; -98.81389 193 September 26, 1949 1949 281.9 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Don Juan Cross 155 26.06583 98.19306 26°03′57″N 98°11′35″W / 26.06583°N 98.19306°W / 26.06583; -98.19306 193 September 26, 1949 1949 190.2 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Los Indios 156 26.025633 97.73232 26°01′32″N 97°43′56″W / 26.025633°N 97.73232°W / 26.025633; -97.73232 231 May 18, 1968 1968 154.55 Lower Rio Grande Valley
Weber 301 31.76307 106.442128 31°45′47″N 106°26′32″W / 31.76307°N 106.442128°W / 31.76307; -106.442128 122 March 18, 1930 1930 168.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley El Paso County, 1 km South of R.P. No. 1 and South of Washington Park, in the City of El Paso, Texas
San Lorenzo 302 31.763707 106.417483 31°45′49″N 106°25′03″W / 31.763707°N 106.417483°W / 31.763707; -106.417483 123 March 21, 1930 1930 434.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley El Paso County, Texas, about 7 km East of El Paso and 2 km Southwest of R.P. No. 2, in the Collingsworth and Alameda Acres Subdivisions
Bermudez 303 31.748549 106.400228 31°44′55″N 106°24′01″W / 31.748549°N 106.400228°W / 31.748549; -106.400228 121 March 3, 1930 1930 228.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley El Paso County, about 9 km southeast of El Paso, Texas, 3 km south of R.P. No. 2, in what is known as Valley Gate Addition
Azcarate 304 31.732061 106.382443 31°43′55″N 106°22′57″W / 31.732061°N 106.382443°W / 31.732061; -106.382443 121 March 3, 1930 1930 96.1 El Paso-Juarez Valley Juarez, Chihuahua, 3 km northeast of Senecu and 1/2 km southwest of R.P. No. 3
Compania Agricola 305 31.665196 106.328678 31°39′55″N 106°19′43″W / 31.665196°N 106.328678°W / 31.665196; -106.328678 121 March 3, 1930 1930 120.6 El Paso-Juarez Valley El Paso County, about 3 1/2 km south of Ysleta, Texas, 3 km southwest of R.P. No. 7
La Piedra 306 31.369792 105.958574 31°22′11″N 105°57′31″W / 31.369792°N 105.958574°W / 31.369792; -105.958574 127 May 1, 1930 1930 62.7 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, at R.P. 24, about 3 km Southeast of the El Paso-Hudspeth County line
Max Muller 307 31.356321 105.944812 31°21′23″N 105°56′41″W / 31.356321°N 105.944812°W / 31.356321; -105.944812 127 May 1, 1930 1930 27.2 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, about 6 km Southeast of the El Paso-Hudspeth County line and 2 km West of R.P. 25
La Cachanilla 308 31.333457 105.937322 31°20′00″N 105°56′14″W / 31.333457°N 105.937322°W / 31.333457; -105.937322 125 April 25, 1930 1930 45.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 2 1/2 km west of Acala, Texas, and 3 km west of R.P. 26
Rincon de Marcelino 309 31.317804 105.928877 31°19′04″N 105°55′44″W / 31.317804°N 105.928877°W / 31.317804; -105.928877 125 April 25, 1930 1930 267.7 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 2 1/2 km south of Acala, Texas, and 2 km south of R.P. 26
Arroyo del Alamo 310 31.309049 105.914896 31°18′33″N 105°54′54″W / 31.309049°N 105.914896°W / 31.309049; -105.914896 121 March 3, 1930 1930 214 El Paso-Juarez Valley Guadelupe, Chihuahua, at Miramar at the mouth of the Arroyo del Alamo, and 3 km west of R.P. 27
Newman 311 31.261626 105.857341 31°15′42″N 105°51′26″W / 31.261626°N 105.857341°W / 31.261626; -105.857341 121 March 3, 1930 1930 65.9 El Paso-Juarez Valley Guadelupe, Chihuahua, 2 km northeast of El Porvenir and 1 1/2 km southwest of T.S. 43
Gallego 312 31.2655 105.843942 31°15′56″N 105°50′38″W / 31.2655°N 105.843942°W / 31.2655; -105.843942 124 April 9, 1930 1930 54.6 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 3 km southeast of Fort Hancock and at T.S. No. 43
Camp Rice 313 31.251592 105.833889 31°15′06″N 105°50′02″W / 31.251592°N 105.833889°W / 31.251592; -105.833889 125 April 25, 1930 1930 646.4 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 6 km Southeast of Fort Hancock, Texas, and West of R.P. 30
Nunez 314 31.206722 105.784363 31°12′24″N 105°47′04″W / 31.206722°N 105.784363°W / 31.206722; -105.784363 124 April 9, 1930 1930 174.2 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 5 km south of McNary and 1 km northwest of R.P. No. 32
Charles Davis 315 31.160891 105.73084 31°09′39″N 105°43′51″W / 31.160891°N 105.73084°W / 31.160891; -105.73084 121 March 3, 1930 1930 393.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 4 km southeast of 90 Ranch and 1 1/2 km west of R.P. 34
Calero 316 31.117905 105.641778 31°07′04″N 105°38′30″W / 31.117905°N 105.641778°W / 31.117905; -105.641778 121 March 3, 1930 1930 41.7 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, 1 1/2 km southeast of Dave Gill's Gin, and at R.P. 37
Pruitt 317 31.094764 105.638063 31°05′41″N 105°38′17″W / 31.094764°N 105.638063°W / 31.094764; -105.638063 121 March 3, 1930 1930 41.5 El Paso-Juarez Valley Guadelupe, Chihuahua, 2 km southwest of R.P. 38, "Fort Quitman"
Diablo 318 31.233697 105.816046 31°14′01″N 105°48′58″W / 31.233697°N 105.816046°W / 31.233697; -105.816046 121 March 3, 1930 1930 95.9 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, at the mouth of the Diablo Arroyo, south of R.P. No. 30 and southwest of McNary, Texas (adjacent to Banco 320)
Guayuco 319 31.124459 105.658551 31°07′28″N 105°39′31″W / 31.124459°N 105.658551°W / 31.124459; -105.658551 121 March 3, 1930 1930 337.6 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, at the mouth of the Guayuco Arroyo, south of R.P. No. 36 and southwest of "Dave Gill" gin
Diablo Segundo 320 31.2341 105.817576 31°14′03″N 105°49′03″W / 31.2341°N 105.817576°W / 31.2341; -105.817576 139 May 12, 1932 1932 41.02 El Paso-Juarez Valley Hudspeth County, Texas, at the mouth of the El Diablo Arroyo and adjacent to Banco No. 318, between R.P. Nos. 30 and 31, to the southwest of McNary, Texas, and southeast of El Porvenir, Chihuahua
Cerros Colorados 321 29.113805 103.036896 30°52′30″N 105°23′26″W / 30.874987°N 105.390565°W / 30.874987; -105.390565 176 June 5, 1944 1944 12.8 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 9.0 km northwest of the village of Hot Springs, Texas
Farias 322 29.120519 103.022008 30°51′40″N 105°23′37″W / 30.861185°N 105.393575°W / 30.861185; -105.393575 176 June 5, 1944 1944 13 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 8 km northwest of the village of Hot Springs, Texas
El Bano 323 29.118331 103.009729 30°51′09″N 105°23′52″W / 30.852383°N 105.397903°W / 30.852383; -105.397903 176 June 5, 1944 1944 20.2 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 8 km northwest of the village of Hot Springs, Texas
Grande 324 31.674575 106.396646 30°45′22″N 105°08′39″W / 30.75609°N 105.144277°W / 30.75609; -105.144277 176 June 5, 1944 1944 28.6 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 7 km northwest of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Bosque Bonito 325 31.651593 106.342659 30°44′48″N 105°07′39″W / 30.746606°N 105.127444°W / 30.746606; -105.127444 176 June 5, 1944 1944 43.2 Quitman Canyon Guadelupe, Chihuahua, about 5 km northwest of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Fierro 326 31.630833 106.27 30°42′32″N 105°04′41″W / 30.708829°N 105.07793°W / 30.708829; -105.07793 176 June 5, 1944 1944 46.2 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 2 km northeast of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Adalberto 327 31.623194 106.243611 30°42′20″N 105°04′14″W / 30.705506°N 105.070555°W / 30.705506; -105.070555 176 June 5, 1944 1944 25.4 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 3 km southeast of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Martinez 328 31.595019 106.220863 30°41′19″N 105°03′32″W / 30.688637°N 105.05879°W / 30.688637; -105.05879 176 June 5, 1944 1944 6.7 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 4 km southeast of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Bonifacio 329 31.598363 106.213903 30°41′17″N 105°03′15″W / 30.68798°N 105.054151°W / 30.68798; -105.054151 176 June 5, 1944 1944 41 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 5 km southeast of the village of Bosque Bonito, Chihuahua
Pilares 330 30.422367 104.854766 30°25′21″N 104°51′17″W / 30.422367°N 104.854766°W / 30.422367; -104.854766 176 June 5, 1944 1944 49.9 Quitman Canyon Presidio County, Texas, opposite and to the east of the Mexican settlement of Pilares, Chihuahua
Pilarito 331 30.411897 104.850896 30°24′43″N 104°51′03″W / 30.411897°N 104.850896°W / 30.411897; -104.850896 176 June 5, 1944 1944 5.5 Quitman Canyon Presidio County, Texas, about 2 km southeast of the Mexican settlement of Pilares, Chihuahua
Cajoncitos 332 30.961192 105.494747 30°57′40″N 105°29′41″W / 30.961192°N 105.494747°W / 30.961192; -105.494747 176 June 5, 1944 1944 4.4 Quitman Canyon Hudspeth County, Texas, about 4 km downstream from the lower end of the Rio Grande Rectification Project
El Comedor 333 30.260636 104.748986 30°15′38″N 104°44′56″W / 30.260636°N 104.748986°W / 30.260636; -104.748986 178 March 16, 1945 1945 12.1 Quitman Canyon Ojinaga, Chihuahua about 19 km upstream from the village of San Antonio, Chihuahua
Carranza 334 30.51364 104.87292 30°30′49″N 104°52′23″W / 30.51364°N 104.87292°W / 30.51364; -104.87292 250 January 21, 1976 1976 3.7 Quitman Canyon situated in the Ejido Emilio Carranza, Chih. and 2.5 km north of Snyder Ranch, Texas (between Fort Quitman and the mouth of the Rio Conchos)
Macum 335 30.306051 104.764903 30°18′22″N 104°45′54″W / 30.306051°N 104.764903°W / 30.306051; -104.764903 250 January 21, 1976 1976 3.4 Quitman Canyon situated 1.4 km east of the town of Buena Vista, Chih. And opposite the mouth of Macum Arroyo, 20 km northwest of Candelaria, Texas (between Fort Quitman and the mouth of the Rio Conchos)
La Rana 401 30.125785 104.693834 30°07′33″N 104°41′38″W / 30.125785°N 104.693834°W / 30.125785; -104.693834 119 February 4, 1930 1930 108.2 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 1 1/2 km southwest of Candelaria and R.P. No. 5 in the Candelaria Valley
El Pilon 402 30.107616 104.683928 30°06′27″N 104°41′02″W / 30.107616°N 104.683928°W / 30.107616; -104.683928 119 February 4, 1930 1930 41.7 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 3 1/2 km south of Candelaria and 1 km southwest of R.P. No. 6, Candelaria Valley
Galindo 403 29.626057 104.489103 29°37′34″N 104°29′21″W / 29.626057°N 104.489103°W / 29.626057; -104.489103 119 February 4, 1930 1930 168.5 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chih. 2 km west of R.P. No. 24 and 3 km west of Haciendita in the Presidio Valley
Haciendita 404 29.615314 104.474793 29°36′55″N 104°28′29″W / 29.615314°N 104.474793°W / 29.615314; -104.474793 119 February 4, 1930 1930 313.3 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chih. 2 1/2 km west of R.P. No. 25 and 2 km west of Haciendita in Presidio Valley
Ojinaga 405 29.600267 104.46708 29°36′01″N 104°28′01″W / 29.600267°N 104.46708°W / 29.600267; -104.46708 119 February 4, 1930 1930 69.2 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 1 km southwest of R.P. No. 25 and 1 km south of Haciendita in the Presidio Valley
Aguilar 407 29.546562 104.365257 29°32′48″N 104°21′55″W / 29.546562°N 104.365257°W / 29.546562; -104.365257 120 February 19, 1930 1930 367 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, at R.P. No. 29, 3 1/2 km below Presidio
Tabalopa 408 29.532585 104.349446 29°31′57″N 104°20′58″W / 29.532585°N 104.349446°W / 29.532585; -104.349446 120 February 19, 1930 1930 312.1 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 2 km below R.P. No. 29 and 5 1/2 km below Presidio
Quibira 409 29.53325 104.339314 29°32′00″N 104°20′22″W / 29.53325°N 104.339314°W / 29.53325; -104.339314 120 February 19, 1930 1930 104.3 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, at R.P. No. 30, El Fortin, 6 1/2 km below Presidio
Los Puliques 410 29.533822 104.315467 29°32′02″N 104°18′56″W / 29.533822°N 104.315467°W / 29.533822; -104.315467 120 February 19, 1930 1930 249.6 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, at R.P. No. 31, Casa Blanca, 8 km below Presidio
San Rafael 411 29.416992 104.184642 29°25′01″N 104°11′05″W / 29.416992°N 104.184642°W / 29.416992; -104.184642 119 February 4, 1930 1930 85 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chih. 1 km above R.P. No. 38 and 3 km below El Polvo, Texas, in the Mulato Valley
El Mulato 412 29.399875 104.167152 29°24′00″N 104°10′02″W / 29.399875°N 104.167152°W / 29.399875; -104.167152 119 February 4, 1930 1930 49.2 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, at R.P. No. 39, 6 km below El Polvo, Texas, in the Mulato Valley
Ochoa 413 29.650178 104.533815 29°39′01″N 104°31′24″W / 29.650334°N 104.523462°W / 29.650334; -104.523462 136 May 22, 1931 1931 321.3 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chih. 14 1/2 km northwest of Ojinaga and 2 1/2 km southwest of R.P. No. 22, Ochoa Ranch, Texas; northwest of and adjacent to Banco No. 414, "El Jazmin"
El Jazmin 414 29.649821 104.533965 29°38′54″N 104°31′02″W / 29.648437°N 104.517177°W / 29.648437; -104.517177 136 May 22, 1931 1931 7.4 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chih. 14 1/2 km northwest of Ojinaga and 2 1/2 km southwest of R.P. No. 22, Ochoa Ranch, Texas, and southeast and adjacent to Banco No. 413, "Ochoa"
San Antonio 415 30.156332 104.685326 30°09′23″N 104°41′07″W / 30.156332°N 104.685326°W / 30.156332; -104.685326 170 February 18, 1941 1941 21.7 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 2.2 km north of R.P. 5 which is situated in the town of Candelaria, Texas
Angostura 416 29.646366 104.510685 29°38′47″N 104°30′38″W / 29.646366°N 104.510685°W / 29.646366; -104.510685 170 February 18, 1941 1941 19 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, 1.3 km southwest of R.P. 22 and 17 km upstream from Presidio
Casner 417 29.84125 104.630809 29°50′29″N 104°37′51″W / 29.84125°N 104.630809°W / 29.84125; -104.630809 170 February 18, 1941 1941 26.9 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chihuahua, 37 km northwest of Ojinaga and 1.0 km west of R.P. 16
Ruidosa 418 29.982666 104.70065 29°58′58″N 104°42′02″W / 29.982666°N 104.70065°W / 29.982666; -104.70065 170 February 18, 1941 1941 11.4 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chihuahua, 54 km northwest of Ojinaga, 1.5 km downstream from Barrancos de Guadelupe (Banco 434), Chihuahua, and 1.5 km southwest of R.P. 11
Kilpatrick 419 30.1475 104.692778 30°08′51″N 104°41′34″W / 30.1475°N 104.692778°W / 30.1475; -104.692778 178 March 16, 1945 1945 109.7 Presidio Valley Near the town of San Antonio, Chihuahua, in the municipality of Ojinaga, Chihuahua, about 1.5 km northwesterly of R.P. No. 5
Candelaria 420 30.14236 104.684373 30°08′32″N 104°41′04″W / 30.14236°N 104.684373°W / 30.14236; -104.684373 178 March 16, 1945 1945 23.5 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, near the village of Candelaria and about 0.6 km northeasterly of R.P. No. 5
Candela 421 30.135752 104.691052 30°08′09″N 104°41′28″W / 30.135752°N 104.691052°W / 30.135752; -104.691052 178 March 16, 1945 1945 34.6 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, near the village of Candelaria and about 0.9 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 5
Palo Blanco 422 30.130529 104.697072 30°07′50″N 104°41′49″W / 30.130529°N 104.697072°W / 30.130529; -104.697072 178 March 16, 1945 1945 26.2 Presidio Valley Near the village of San Antonio, in the municipality of Ojinaga, Chihuahua, about 1.5 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 5
Guadelupe 423 29.988721 104.696021 29°59′19″N 104°41′46″W / 29.988721°N 104.696021°W / 29.988721; -104.696021 178 March 16, 1945 1945 6.4 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chihuahua, opposite the town of Ruidosa, Texas, and about 1.1 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 11
Tascate 424 29.982583 104.686897 29°58′57″N 104°41′13″W / 29.982583°N 104.686897°W / 29.982583; -104.686897 178 March 16, 1945 1945 36.6 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, near the town of Ruidosa, Texas, and about 1.7 km southerly of R.P. No. 11
Chinati 425 29.810596 104.592887 29°48′38″N 104°35′34″W / 29.810596°N 104.592887°W / 29.810596; -104.592887 178 March 16, 1945 1945 1.5 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, about 0.5 km westerly of R.P. No. 17-A
Mimbres 426 29.654734 104.515389 29°39′17″N 104°30′55″W / 29.654734°N 104.515389°W / 29.654734; -104.515389 178 March 16, 1945 1945 63 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, near the village of Ochoa, and about 1.8 km westerly of R.P. No. 22-A
La Quemada 427 29.648005 104.514722 29°38′53″N 104°30′53″W / 29.648005°N 104.514722°W / 29.648005; -104.514722 178 March 16, 1945 1945 11.9 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, near the village of Ochoa, and about 2.2 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 22-A
Buenavista 428 29.638502 104.494761 29°38′19″N 104°29′41″W / 29.638502°N 104.494761°W / 29.638502; -104.494761 178 March 16, 1945 1945 25.5 Presidio Valley Presidio County, Texas, about 1.1 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 23
Gleim 429 29.638362 104.497344 29°38′18″N 104°29′50″W / 29.638362°N 104.497344°W / 29.638362; -104.497344 178 March 16, 1945 1945 4.2 Presidio Valley Ojinaga, Chihuahua, opposite the Molinares Ranch in the United States, and about 1.4 km southwesterly of R.P. No. 23
El Muerto 430 30.097025 104.694594 30°05′49″N 104°41′41″W / 30.097025°N 104.694594°W / 30.097025; -104.694594 237 July 27, 1970 1970 91.85 Presidio Valley
de Holland 431 30.009689 104.696127 30°00′35″N 104°41′46″W / 30.009689°N 104.696127°W / 30.009689; -104.696127 237 July 27, 1970 1970 131.61 Presidio Valley
Los Galleros 432 30.002101 104.695291 30°00′08″N 104°41′43″W / 30.002101°N 104.695291°W / 30.002101; -104.695291 237 July 27, 1970 1970 19.18 Presidio Valley
La Ruidosa 433 29.988594 104.689515 29°59′19″N 104°41′22″W / 29.988594°N 104.689515°W / 29.988594; -104.689515 237 July 27, 1970 1970 36.57 Presidio Valley
Barrancos de Guadelupe 434 29.978923 104.684897 29°58′44″N 104°41′06″W / 29.978923°N 104.684897°W / 29.978923; -104.684897 237 July 27, 1970 1970 237.12 Presidio Valley 1.5 km upstream of Banco 418
Davis 435 29.96359 104.680746 29°57′49″N 104°40′51″W / 29.96359°N 104.680746°W / 29.96359; -104.680746 237 July 27, 1970 1970 41.34 Presidio Valley
La Salineta 436 29.940952 104.676067 29°56′27″N 104°40′34″W / 29.940952°N 104.676067°W / 29.940952; -104.676067 237 July 27, 1970 1970 75.14 Presidio Valley
Loma del Pinto 437 29.907951 104.67032 29°54′29″N 104°40′13″W / 29.907951°N 104.67032°W / 29.907951; -104.67032 237 July 27, 1970 1970 185.08 Presidio Valley
de Rodriguez 438 29.894328 104.663055 29°53′40″N 104°39′47″W / 29.894328°N 104.663055°W / 29.894328; -104.663055 237 July 27, 1970 1970 180.04 Presidio Valley
de Julian 439 29.888788 104.656082 29°53′20″N 104°39′22″W / 29.888788°N 104.656082°W / 29.888788; -104.656082 237 July 27, 1970 1970 83.37 Presidio Valley
Loma Alta 440 29.82571 104.6115 29°49′33″N 104°36′41″W / 29.82571°N 104.6115°W / 29.82571; -104.6115 237 July 27, 1970 1970 38.94 Presidio Valley
El Redondo 441 29.815612 104.606198 29°48′56″N 104°36′22″W / 29.815612°N 104.606198°W / 29.815612; -104.606198 237 July 27, 1970 1970 30.44 Presidio Valley
Las Auras 442 29.796166 104.592416 29°47′46″N 104°35′33″W / 29.796166°N 104.592416°W / 29.796166; -104.592416 237 July 27, 1970 1970 236.41 Presidio Valley
Los Pelillos 443 29.789698 104.586518 29°47′23″N 104°35′11″W / 29.789698°N 104.586518°W / 29.789698; -104.586518 237 July 27, 1970 1970 242.44 Presidio Valley
Ramirez 444 29.760963 104.562035 29°45′39″N 104°33′43″W / 29.760963°N 104.562035°W / 29.760963; -104.562035 237 July 27, 1970 1970 96.25 Presidio Valley
Molinares 445 29.664058 104.529715 29°39′51″N 104°31′47″W / 29.664058°N 104.529715°W / 29.664058; -104.529715 237 July 27, 1970 1970 137.27 Presidio Valley
La Quemada 446 29.645893 104.518161 29°38′45″N 104°31′05″W / 29.645893°N 104.518161°W / 29.645893; -104.518161 237 July 27, 1970 1970 75.34 Presidio Valley
de Terrazas 447 29.625182 104.495152 29°37′31″N 104°29′43″W / 29.625182°N 104.495152°W / 29.625182; -104.495152 237 July 27, 1970 1970 93.65 Presidio Valley
El Atascadero 448 29.619261 104.485307 29°37′09″N 104°29′07″W / 29.619261°N 104.485307°W / 29.619261; -104.485307 237 July 27, 1970 1970 121.77 Presidio Valley
Panales 449 30.08141 104.692041 30°04′53″N 104°41′31″W / 30.08141°N 104.692041°W / 30.08141; -104.692041 239 October 29, 1970 1970 85.69 Presidio Valley approximately 6 km south of Candelaria, Texas and San Antonio del Bravo, Chihuahua
Loma del Pinto Segundo 450 29.902427 104.669556 29°54′09″N 104°40′10″W / 29.902427°N 104.669556°W / 29.902427; -104.669556 239 October 29, 1970 1970 92.12 Presidio Valley opposite Ejido Las Conchas, Chihuahua, approximately 3 km northwest of Vado de Piedra Diversion Dam
La Oficina 451 30.113027 104.691528 30°06′47″N 104°41′30″W / 30.113027°N 104.691528°W / 30.113027; -104.691528 250 January 21, 1976 1976 1.1 Presidio Valley situated between the towns of San Antonio del Bravo and La Oficina, Chih. and 3 km south of Candelaria, Texas
Vado de Piedra 452 29.864472 104.630395 29°51′52″N 104°37′49″W / 29.864472°N 104.630395°W / 29.864472; -104.630395 250 January 21, 1976 1976 2.3 Presidio Valley situated 2.5 km north of the town of Vado de Piedra, Chih. near the Vado de Piedra Diversion Dam and opposite the mouth of the Gold Hill Arroyo
Las Viboras 453 29.839921 104.608835 29°50′24″N 104°36′32″W / 29.839921°N 104.608835°W / 29.839921; -104.608835 250 January 21, 1976 1976 12.3 Presidio Valley situated 1.6 km east of the town of Las Viboras, Chih. and 1.8 km north of Chinati Ranch, Texas
Rancho Texas 454 29.828808 104.61079 29°49′44″N 104°36′39″W / 29.828808°N 104.61079°W / 29.828808; -104.61079 250 January 21, 1976 1976 26.4 Presidio Valley situated 1.5 km north of Rancho Chanate, Chih. and 0.8 km northwest of the Chinati Ranch, Texas
Farmers 501 32.620833 114.775 32°37′15″N 114°46′30″W / 32.620833°N 114.775°W / 32.620833; -114.775 99 October 26, 1927 1927 583.4 Colorado River
Fain 502 32.5516 114.764517 32°33′06″N 114°45′52″W / 32.5516°N 114.764517°W / 32.5516; -114.764517 99 October 26, 1927 1927 259 Colorado River
El Carino 601 28.867194 100.573671 28°52′02″N 100°34′25″W / 28.867194°N 100.573671°W / 28.867194; -100.573671 126 April 28, 1930 1930 285.2 Hill Section Maverick County, Texas, 20 km Northwest of Eagle Pass, Texas, and Southwest of Little's Ranch
San Felipe 602 29.323868 100.907437 29°19′26″N 100°54′27″W / 29.323868°N 100.907437°W / 29.323868; -100.907437 204 January 14, 1956 1956 508.26 Hill Section

Note: For all 247 bancos, aerial images, including orthographic images,[12] provide visible evidence of each location at the stated coordinates. The latitude and longitude coordinates are within the perimeter of each banco and were exactly located, as shown on the maps that were published with the corresponding minutes of the International Boundary and Water Commission, which officially transferred jurisdiction over each banco.

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  2. ^ a b c "Treaties between the U.S. and Mexico". International Boundary and Water Commission. Archived from the original on 2015-06-01. Retrieved 2015-06-12. 
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