• The Texas White House

    Lyndon B Johnson

    National Historical Park Texas

Groundwater

Town Creek in the Johnson Settlement

Town Creek

The aquifers (Paleozoic) of central Texas, which include both park districts, provide varying amounts of water to the area. Locally, these aquifers provide minor amounts of water for domestic and livestock use.

The initial flow of the major streams within the seven-county area comes from seeps and springs, primarily from the Edwards-Trinity aquifer. Groundwater in the area is generally available from the strata of Hickory Sandstone, Ellenburger Limestone, Hensell Sand and Edwards Limestone.

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Pres Johnson confers with Gen. William Westmoreland, May 30, 1968

President Johnson flew home to his Texas ranch 74 times during his 5 years in office, living and working for 490 days—or about one-fourth of his presidency—at the Texas White House. Here he confers with Gen. William Westmoreland on May 30, 1968. Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park