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Cuero City Historical Markers

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in the City of Cuero

City of Cuero Historical Markers

Cuero Historical Markers
Allen Caruthers
Buchel Bank
Charles Goodwin Breeden
Concrete College
Cuero Land and Immigration Company
De Witt County
Dr. William Watt White
Early Texas Bandstands
General August C. Buchel
George Washington Davis
George Washington Davis
Hephzibeth Looker Taylor
Hopkinsville Community, A Colony of Freedmen
James F. Blair
James Norman Smith
Josiah Taylor
Judge Henry Clay Pleasants
Knights of Pythias Hall, Jewel Lodge No. 103
Leonard Roy Harmon
Morgan Steamship Line
Nancy Shows
Old Chisholm Trail
Site of Cameron, First County Seat of DeWitt County
Site of Friar-Cardwell Stage Stand
The Five-Mile (Ratcliffe)- Rabke Community
Thomas M. Stell
Cuero Churches
First Presbyterian Church of Cuero
First United Methodist Church of Cuero
Grace Episcopal Church
Mount Zion Baptist Church
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
St. Michael’s Catholic Church
Cuero Schools
Buchel Community and School
English-German School
Golly Hollow School and Community
Cuero Cemeteries
Burns Station Cemetery
Hillside Cemetery
De Witt County Courthouse
Cuero Historical Homes & Houses
Emil Reiffert House
Gohmert-Summers House
Heaton - Breeden House
John T. Wofford Home
Keller-Grunder House
The Alexander Hamilton House
The Bates-Sheppard House
The Breeden House
The Edward Mugge House
The Robert Allert House
The William Frobese Home