Historical Markers StoppingPoints.com Historical Markers, Sightseeing & Points of Interest Scenic Roads & Points of Interest
About Us | Photo Gallery | Free Widgets | Featured States | Search Site
HomeTexas Historical Markers → Cherokee Points of Interest

Cherokee County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Cherokee

Cherokee County Historical Markers

Cherokee County - General Interest
Angelina River
Bachelor Girl’s Library Club
Ben Cannon Ferry
Birthplace of Thomas Mitchell Campbell
Box’s Fort
Burning Bush Colony
Candice Midkiff Bean
Carey Lake-Boggy Creek Oil Field
Cherokee County C.S.A.
Cherokee County
Cherokee Furnace Co., C.S.A.
Chief Samuel Benge
Confederate Gun Factory
Confederate Training Camp
Cook’s Fort
David Greene Templeton
Delaware Indian Village
Dr. William Reuben Tennison
Ellis P. Bean
Fry’s Gap
Fry’s Gap
Gent Village
George Wahington Slover
Hatchett’s Ferry Inn
Helena Dill Berryman
Helena Kimble Dill Nelson
Holcomb Family Reunion
Isaac Lee
Jackson Smith
Jacksonville College
James H. Bowman
James Stephen Hogg and Cherokee County
John Joseph Bowman
Judge H.T. Brown
Killough Massacre
Little Bean’s Cherokee Village
Lon Morris College
Lone Star
Love’s Lookout
Mewshaw State Sawmill and Maydell CCC Camp
Morrill Orchard Company
Morrill Orchard Company
Mound Prairie
Nan Travis Memorial Hospital
Neches Indian Village
New Birmingham
Norman Law Firm
Old Bonner Bank Building
Old Neches Saline Road
Old Rusk Tramway
Prisoner of War Compound C.S.A.
Robert F. Mitchell
Robert Graves Stadler
Rusk Footbridge
Rusk Penitentiary Building
Site of Fastrill
Site of Ferguson-Ford Mill
Site of Griffin
Site of Kilraven
Site of Lacy’s Fort
Site of Linwood
Site of Old Jacksonville
Site of Old Larissa College
Site of Rusk College
Site of Sam Houston Speeches
Site of Tassie Belle and Star and Cresent Iron Ore Furnaces
Site of Wildhurst
Stella Salmon Hill
Terrell Lodge No. 83
Texas Civil War Iron Works
Texas State Railroad
The Rusk Cherokeean
Thomas Jefferson Dean
Town of Craft
Zebulon Pike Campsite

Cherokee County Churches
A. Frank Smith United Methodist Church
Central Baptist Church of Jacksonville
Church Founded by Chaplain Nicholas A. Davis, C.S.A.
Cold Springs School and Methodist Church
Corinth Baptist Church
Cove Springs United Methodist Church
Earle’s Chapel Cemetery
Earle’s Chapel Methodist Church
Falvey Memorial United Methodist Church
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville
First Baptist Church of Mixon
First Baptist Church of Rusk
First Presbyterian Church of Rusk
First United Methodist Church of Jacksonville
First United Methodist Church of Rusk
Friendship Baptist Church and Corine Cemetery
Henry’s Chapel Community
Lynches Chapel United Methodist Church and Cemetery
Mount Zion United Methodist Church and Cemetery
New Summerfield Methodist Church
Old Palestine Baptist Church
Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church
Primitive Baptist Church of Wells
Rocky Springs Missionary Baptist Church
Sardis Baptist Church
Shiloh Methodist Church and Cemetery
Cherokee County Schools
Elm Grove Common School
Jacksonville Independent School District
New Summerfield Public School
Pine Grove School
Site of First Free Public School
Site of Rusk Public School No. 2 for African Americans
Cherokee County Cemeteries
Cook Cemetery
Grimes Cemetery
Jarratt Cemetery
McDonald Cemetery
Mt. Hope Cemetery
Mt. Hope Cemetery
Myrtle Springs Cemetery
Old Palestine Cemetery
Sardis-Edgefield Cemetery
Selman-Roark Cemetery
Union Grove Cemetery
Cherokee County Courthouse
Cherokee County Courthouse
Cherokee County Homes & Houses
Berryman Family Home
C. R. and Jennie Kelley House
Chief Bowles’ Last Homesite
Dr. I. K. Frazier Home
Gregg Family Home
Homer-Alto Road
John Wesley Love Home
Last Home of Bowles, Great Chief of the Cherokee Nation
Mountain Home
Murphy Home
Newburn-Rawlinson House
Odom-Crawford House
Oldest Home in Jacksonville
Samuel Smith Homesite
The James I. Perkins Family Home
Union Hotel/Bracken House/Acme Hotel
W. W. Durham Home