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Junction City Historical Markers

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

City of Junction Historical Markers

Junction Historical Markers
Bear Creek Settlement
Burt M. Fleming American Legion Post No. 237
Campsite of Marques De Rubi, 1767
Captain Gully Cowsert
Captain William Walter Taylor
City of Junction
Cloud Point
Coalson-Pullen Colony
Colonel John Griffith
Creed Taylor
Doom of the Outlaws of Pegleg Station
Early History of Kimble County
Fight of Sheriff’s Posse with Cattle Rustlers
First Court Tree
First Court in Kimble County
First Murr Ranch
First Post Office
Isaac Kountz
John Sterling Durst Pioneer Minister
Johnson Fork Colony
Junction’s First Waterworks
Kimble County Jail
Kimble County’s First Sawmill
Kimble County
Masonic Hall
Miller-Browning Colony
Morales Ranch
Near Route of Old Military Road
Old Bear Creek Texas Ranger Camp
Old Log Cabin
Old Rock Store, 1879
Schreiner Park
Site of First Livery Stable
Site of Four Mile Dam
Spanish Road to Santa Fe
Stevenson, Coke R., Texas Statesman
Teacup Mountain
The Junction Eagle
The Killing of Speer Sam
The Oliver Pecan
Vicinity of Bradbury Settlement
Junction Churches
College Street Church of Christ
First Baptist Church of Junction
First Church in Community Copperas Methodist Church
Junction Schools
Old Noxville School
Junction Cemeteries
Wooten Cemetery
Kimble County Courthouse
Junction Historical Homes & Houses
Hogget Home
Marvin E. and Retta Ann Blackburn House
Old Cloud Home
Site of Creed Taylor Ranch Home