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Cooke County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Cooke

Cooke County Historical Markers

Cooke County - General Interest
Bailey, Joseph Weldon
Barbed Wire in Cooke County
Butterfield Overland Stage Line
Camp Howze, Site of (One Mile West)
City Hall-Fire Station, Old
Clark, Randolph Lee (1871-1941)
Cooke County Free Library
Cooke County, C.S.A./2nd Frontier Regiment
Cooke County
Davis, William Owen
Era, The Town of
First Cooke County Surveyor Daniel Montague (1798-1876)
First Oil Well in Cooke County
Gainesville Community Circus
Gainesville Junior College
Gainesville National Bank
Great Hanging at Gainesville, The, 1862
James Menees Lindsay
Kiowa Raid of 1868 (SW Part of County)
Montague, Daniel (First Cooke County Surveyor)
Pottsboro Depot, Old
Santa Fe Passenger Depot
The Cross Timbers
W. T. G. Weaver
Cooke County Churches
First United Methodist Church of Gainesville
Saint Paul’s Church
Saint Peter’s Catholic Church
Cooke County Schools
Booker T. Washington School
Mountain Springs School
Cooke County Cemeteries
Fairview Cemetery
Nelson Grove Cemetery
Spring Creek Cemetery
Cooke County Courthouse
Cooke County Courthouse
Cooke County Homes & Houses
Davis House
Houston House, The
Nelson Log House
Potter-Hurley House
Thomason-Scott House
Washington House (Sycamore Creek Ranch)