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Lampasas City Historical Markers

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

City of Lampasas Historical Markers

Lampasas Historical Markers
Battle Branch
Birthplace of Stanley Walker
Centenary College and St. Dominic’s Villa
First State Meeting of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Garrison Greenwood
Gunfight at the Lampasas Saloon
Hancock Springs
Hanna Springs Spa & Resort
Hanna Springs
Horrell-Higgins Feud
Huling Cottage
James Jackson Beeman
James S. Gillett
Lampasas County Jail
Lampasas County Museum
Lampasas County, C.S.A.
Lampasas County
Lampasas Volunteer Fire Department
Little Hotel
McAnelly Settlement
Old Huling Mansion
Phantom Hill Road
Phillips and Trosper Buildings
Pierian Club
Pleasant Valley Farmers’ Alliance No. 1
Santa Fe Depot, 1904
Site of Abney Plunge
Texas Bankers Association
Thomas Pratt
Walter P. Acker
Lampasas Churches
Central Christian Church of Lampasas
First Baptist Church of Lampasas
First United Methodist Church of Lampasas
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church
Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church
Lampasas Schools
First Public School in Lampasas
Lampasas Cemeteries
Cook Cemetery
Oak Hill Cemetery
Lampasas County Courthouse
Lampasas Historical Homes & Houses
A. J. Northington House
C.C. Abney House
J. A. Adkins House
Moses Hughes Home, 1856
Old Cook Home, 1861
Philip Smith House
Shade Denson House
Site of Old Opera House
Summerville Home
W. N. Huling Home, 1877