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Mexia City Historical Markers

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

City of Mexia Historical Markers

Mexia Historical Markers
Albert R. Mace
Alfonso Steel
Booker T. Washington Park
John Karner
Joseph F. Johnston Reunion Grounds
Joseph W. Stubenrauch
Mexia Oil Boom
Miss Rogers’ Music Room
Old Springfield
Origin of the Texas State Teachers Association
Sanders Walker
Town Named for Gen. Jose Antonio Mexia
Mexia Churches
First Baptist Church of Mexia
First Presbyterian Church of Mexia
Shiloh Baptist Church
St. John’s A. M. E. Church
Mexia Schools
Mexia Cemeteries
Billington Cemetery
Old Sandy Creek Cemetery
Old Springfield Cemetery
Mexia Historical Homes & Houses
Early Mexia Home
L. P. Smith House
Martin House