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Fort Worth City Historical Markers

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in the City of Fort Worth

City of Fort Worth Historical Markers

Fort Worth Historical Markers
Amon G. Carter
Arlington Heights Lodge No. 1184, A.F. and A.M
Atelier Building
Beth-el Congregation
Billy Muth
Blackstone Hotel
Bryce Building
Camp Bowie Boulevard
Camp Bowie in World War I
Cattle Brands
Chase Court
Congregation Ahaveth Shalon
Early Site of Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show
Eastern Cattle Trail
Elizabeth Boulevard
Ephraim Merrill Daggett
Euday Lewis Bowman
First Hundred Years of Texas Christian University
Flatiron Building
Florence Shuman Hall
Former TSTA Building
Fort Worth Elks Lodge 124
Fort Worth Library
Fort Worth Livestock Exchange
Fort Worth Main Post Office Buiding
Fort Worth Public Market Building
Fort Worth Stock Yards Company
Fort Worth Stock Yards Exchange
Fort Worth Stockyards Hog and Sheep Markets
Fort Worth Stockyards Horse and Mule Barns
Fort Worth Where the West Begins
Fort Worth Zoological Park
Fort Worth-Yuma Mail (Star Post Route No. 31454)
Freese & Nichols, Inc.
General Edward H. Tarrant
General H.P. Mabry
General William Jenkins Worth (1794-1849)
Governor Charles A. Culberson
Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Lodge No. 2144
Hell’s Half Acre
Herbert M. Hinckley
Hotel Texas
Ida Saunders Hall
John Peter Smith
Khleber Miller Van Zandt (1836-1930)
Knights of Pythias
Lawrence Clifton Elliott
Margaret Meacham Hall
Mary Daggett Lake
Masonic Temple Association of Fort Worth
Masonic Temple of Fort Worth
Neil P. Anderson Building
Niles City
Ormer Leslie Locklear
Paddock Viaduct
Quanah Parker
Royal Flying Corps
Saint Joseph Hospital
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
Santa Fe Depot
Shelton Building
Sinclair Building
Site of Confederate Park
Site of Fort Worth’s First Telephone Exchange
Site of Fort Worth-Dallas Interurban
Site of Majestic Theatre
Site of Randol Mill
Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary
Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show
Swift & Company
Tarrant County Criminal Courts Building
Tarrant, General Edward H.
Texas & Pacific Terminal Building
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
Texas Log Cabins
Texas Spring Palace
Thannisch Block Building
The 1865 Indian Creek Raid
The Handley Power Plant & Lake Erie
Thistle Hill, The Cattle Baron’s Mansion
Thomas B. Saunders Family
Van Zandt Cottage
Van Zandt, Khleber Miller
WBAP-TV - Channel 5, First Television Station in Texas
Westover Manor
William Alfred Sanderson
William John Marsh
William Madison McDonald (June 22, 1866-July 4, 1950)
Winfield Garage
Woman’s Club of Fort Worth
Fort Worth Churches
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Birdville Baptist Church
Broadway Baptist Church of Ft. Worth
Chapel Cemetery
First Christian Church of Fort Worth
First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth
Greater Saint James Baptist Church
Handley Church of Christ
Handley United Methodist Church
Hemphill Presbyterian Church
Meadowbrook Methodist Church
Mount Zion Baptist Church
Riverside Methodist Church
Saint John’s Evangelical and Reform Church
Saint Mark United Methodist Church
Saint Mary of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church
Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Site of Saint Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church
Southside Church of Christ
St. Andrews United Methodist Church of Fort Worth
The Sanctuary - Gustavaus Adolphus Church
Travis Avenue Baptist Church
Fort Worth Schools
Alice E. Carlson Elementary School
Amon Carter Riverside High School and Riverside ISD
Chapin School
I. M. Terrell High School
James E. Guinn School
Masonic Home and School of Texas
Saint Ignatius Academy Building
Fort Worth Cemeteries
Ahavath Sholom Hebrew Cemetery
Ayres Cemetery
Birdville Cemetery
Burke Cemetery
Emanuel Hebrew Rest Cemetery
Forest Hill Cemetery
Gibson Cemetery
Harrison Cemetery
Hitch Cemetery
Isham Cemetery
John Peter Smith, Founder of Oakwood Cemetery
Mitchell Cemetery
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery
Peterson Family Cemetery
Pioneer’s Rest Cemetery
Willburn Cemetery
Witten Cemetery
Fort Worth
Tarrant County Courthouse
Fort Worth Historical Homes & Houses
Baldridge House
Benton House
Cobb-Burney House
Dr. Clay Johnson House
Dr. George M. Munchus House
Eddleman-McFarland House
Fairview, William J. Bryce House
Garvey-Veihl House
George B. Monnig House
Gunhild Weber House
Henry M. Williams Home
Home Town of Texas Confederate Major K.M. Van Zandt (1836-1930)
James-Fujita House
Laneri House
Lanius House
Marshall R. Sanguinet House
Maxwell-Liston House
Mitchell-Schoonover House
Pollock-Capps House
Rogers-O’Daniel House
Sandidge-Walker House
Smith-Burnett Home
Tannahill Homestead
The Edna Gladney Home
Thomas G. & Marjorie Shaw House
William Reeves House