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Marshall City Historical Markers

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

City of Marshall Historical Markers

Marshall Historical Markers
Alexander Travis Hawthorn
City of Marshall
Confederate Capitol of Missouri
Confederate Memorial
Cumberland Presbyterians in Harrison County
Ginocchio Hotel and Restaurant
Governor Edward Clark
Governor Edward Clark
Harrison County
Harrison County
Horace Randal
James Harper Starr
James Leonard Farmer, Sr.
Joe Weisman and Company
John T. Mills
Kahn Memorial Hospital
Lt. Gen. George Perry Rains
Magnolia Hall
Marshall Pottery
Marshall Powder Mill
Marshall, C.S.A.
Marshall-Shreveport Stagecoach Road
Matthew Duncan Ector
Robert W. Loughery, Civil War Editor
Sam Houston’s 1857 Campaign in Marshall
Site of Marshall Masonic Female Institute
Site of Marshall University
Site of Temple Moses Montefiore
Site of The Confederate Hat Factory in Marshall, C.S.A.
Site of the Capitol Hotel
Solomon Ruffin Perry
Texas & Pacific Depot
The Library Movement in Marshall
Trammel’s Trace Cabin
Van Zandt Hill
Walter Paye Lane
Whetstone Memorial
Wiley College
Marshall Churches
Bethesda Baptist Church
Ebenezer Methodist Church
First Baptist Church
First Methodist Church
First Presbyterian Church
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church
Trinity Episcopal Church
Marshall Schools
Sam Houston School
Site of Central School
Marshall Cemeteries
Greenwood Cemetery
Marshall Cemetery
Marshall Hebrew Cemetery
Nesbitt Cemetery
Old Grover Cemetery
Old Powder Mill Cemetery
St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery
Webster-Mimosa Hall Cemetery
Woodley Cemetery
Harrison County Courthouse
Marshall Historical Homes & Houses
Albert & Katie Van Hook House
Billy Anderson Home
Fraley-Garland House
Fry-Barry House
Ginocchio-Cook-Pedison House
Girlhood Home of Southern Beauty Lucy Holcombe Pickens
Hagerty-Harris House
Home Town of Texas Confederate General Elkanah Greer
Home of Last Texas Confederate Governor Pendleton Murrah
John Barry Henderson Home
The Adams House
The Allen House
The Arnot House
The Belle Fry Gaines House
The Gregg-Furrh-Elder House
The Hochwald House
The Turner House
Todd-McKay-Wheat House
Ware Home
Weisman-Hirsch House
Wigfall House
Wm. Patillo Home
Woodley House