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Local black school at this site from 1918 into the 1960s.
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 4/12/2014
last visited: never
Pitts Cemetery began in 1850 with the burial of infant John Malone.
date approved: 4/11/2014
Cemetery dating from mid-19th century.
First Baptist Church of Buda
The church was built in 1949 when the congregation move here.
Randall County Courthouse
The historic marker on the Randall County Courthouse
posted by: Benchmark Blasterz
date approved: 4/10/2014
last visited: 12/28/2013
The 1936 county marker at the Randall County Courthouse.
Reeves Post Office
A historic marker beside the SH 207 in very rural Briscoe County Texas
A 2012 marker highlighting the small one-room limestone post office and a stagecoach house (also known as McElroy-Severn House) located east of the town of Buda.
Buda Christian Church
The church was built in 1912 for a Christian congregation.
Buda United Methodist Church
Methodist church started in 1882
Site of Coronal Institute
Marker highlights a private school which ran at this site from 1868 until 1918.
Palo Duro Canyon
A 1936 Texas centennial historic marker tells of the aftermath of the Battle of Palo Duro canyon
date approved: 4/9/2014
John R. Ralls Building
The historic marker on the John R. Ralls Building, which was built and owned by the founder of Ralls.
City of Ralls
The historic marker for the city of Ralls, located in the city park downtown
Garden of Memories
The historic marker at the Garden of Memories Cemetery near Paducah TX
Texas Historical marker located on the grounds of Bergfeld Park in Tyler, TX
posted by: TeamBPL
Near Site of C.S.A. Ordnance Plant
Cedar Street United Methodist Church
Texas Historical marker located at 1420 North Church Avenue in Tyler, TX
The 1936 granite historic marker about Tee Pee City in a rest stop on the US 70/62 -- right next to a black plate historic marker about . . . Tee Pee City
date approved: 4/7/2014
last visited: 12/27/2013
Tee Pee City
The black plate historic marker about Tee Pee City in a rest stop on the US 70/62 -- right next to a granite historic marker about . . . Tee Pee City
Motley County Jail
The old Motley county jail sits a few hundred feet north of the courthouse in downtown Matador TX
Henry H. Campbell
A historic marker in a rest area just over the Motley County line on the US 70
Bob's Oil Well
A historic vintage gas station at the US 62 and TX 70 in Matador TX
The historic marker for the Idalou Cemetery
Site of A Confederate Powder Mill
Gray granite 1936 Centennial Marker indicating that there once was a Confederate powder mill about two hundred feet from this location in the 300 block of North Rogers St, Waxahachie, TX.
posted by: QuarrellaDeVil
last visited: 4/2/2014
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