Presidio is on the Rio Grande, Farm Road 170, and State Highway 67 eighteen miles south of Shafter in southern Presidio County. The surrounding area is the oldest continuously cultivated area in the United States. Farmers have lived at Presidio since 1500 B.C. By 1400 A.D. the area Indians lived in small, close-together settlements, which the Spaniards later called pueblos (see PUEBLO).
Presidio at a Glance
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Presidio is classified as a Town
- [-del Norte]
- (La Junta de los Rios)
- (La Navidad en las Cruces)
- (Spencer's Ranch)
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Presidio by the Numbers
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|3,264||2020||United States Census Bureau|
|3,961||2019||Texas Demographic Center|
|4,426||2010||United States Census Bureau|
|4,167||2000||United States Census Bureau|
|3,072||1990||United States Census Bureau|