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Galveston County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Galveston

Galveston County Historical Markers

Galveston County - General Interest
1871 Thomas Jefferson League Building
A. Wilkins Miller Cottage
Alta Loma
American National Insurance Company
American Red Cross, Galveston County Chapter
Ashton Villa, 1859
Battle of Galveston
Bernard Moore Temple
Bolivar Point
Burial Site of David G. Burnet
C. F. Marschner Building
Camp Wallace
Captain William S. Fisher
Carmelo (Charles) Bertolino
Catherine Isabel Cox Sherman
Charles Cronea
City of Hitchcock
Civil War Fortifications at Virgina’s Point
Confederate Mariner: Leon Smith
Congregation B’nai Israel Synagogue
Cordray Drug Store
Dairy Industry in the Santa Fe Area
David Ayers
Dickinson Station of the GH&H Railroad
Dominican Sisters Congregation of the Sacred Heart
E. S. Levy and Company
Early History of Galveston County
Exploration of Galveston County
Fig Industry in Friendswood
First Aero Squadron
First Hutchings-Sealy National Bank
First Navy of the Republic of Texas
First Wharf in Galveston
Flood & Calvert Building
Former Site of Heidenheimer’s Castle
Fort Travis
Frank Bell, Jr.
Gail Borden, Jr.
Galveston Artillery Club
Galveston Chamber of Commerce
Galveston County Communities
Galveston County, 1901 - 1965
Galveston Garten Verein
Galveston Immigration Stations
Galveston Island
Galveston Medical College
Galveston News, C.S.A.
Galveston Office of the National Weather Service
Galveston Quarantine Stations
Galveston in the Republic of Texas
Galveston, C. S. A.
Galveston: Gateway to Texas
George Campbell Childress
George Campbell Childress
George Dealey
George Washington Chapter - DAR
Greensville S. Dowell
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Company
Heidenheimer-Hunter Building
Hendley’s Row
Henry Journeay
High Island
Hitchcock Depot
Hotel Galvez
Hutchings, Sealy & Co. Building
Isabella Offenbach Maas Residence
J. Levy & Bro.
James Love
Jean Lafitte
John Bankhead Magruder
John Berlocher Building
John Overton Trueheart (circa 1802 to March 13, 1874)
Julius H. Ruhl Residence
Karankawa Campsite
La Marque
Lafitte’s Grove
League Park
Lent Munson Hitchcock
Leon & H. Blum Co. Building
Leon Smith, Confederate Mariner
Louis Trezevant Wigfall
Magale Building
Major John M. Allen
Mallory-Produce Building
Michel B. Menard
Nahor Biggs Yard
Near Campsites of Louis-Michel Aury and Francisco Xavier Mina
Nicholas D. Labadie
Nicholas J. Clayton
Norris Wright Cuney
Old Bay Lake Ranch
Old Red, Ashbel Smith Building
Open Gates
Original Site of St. Mary’s Orphan Asylum
Originial Oleander Planting in Galveston
Pier 19, Mosquito Fleet Berth
Point Bolivar
Public Education for Blacks in Galveston
Rabbi Henry Cohen
Reconstruction to 1900, Galveston County
Rollover Fish Pass
Runge Park
SS Selma
Samuel May Williams
Samuel May Williams
San Leon
Santa Fe Union Station
Scottish Rite Masonry in Texas
Sidney Sherman
Site Of Landmark Campbell’s Bayou
Site of Austinia
Site of Clifton-by-the-Sea
Site of Galveston County Poor Farm
Site of Galveston Seminary
Site of Old Saint Mary’s Infirmary
Sociedad Mutualista Mexicana in Texas City
St. Mary’s Cathedral
St. Mary’s Hospital
Stewart Property
Stringfellow Orchards
Texas Bar Association
Texas City Dike
Texas City Terminal Railway Company
Texas City
Texas Revolution and Civil War, Galveston County
Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution
Texas Sugar Refining Company
The Bishop’s Palace
The Breakers
The Breakers
The Cottage
The Cradle
The First Texas City Refinery
The Heidenheimer Bros.Marine Building
The Italian Vault
The Original Galveston Seawall
The Rev. Henry P. Young (October 2, 1817-September 12, 1901)
The Rosenberg Library
The Rt. Rev. Monsignor James Martin Kirwin
The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Marius Etienne Chataignon
The Stewart Building
The Texas City Disaster
Thomas Henry Borden
Thomas Joseph
Townsite of Dickinson
Trueheart-Adriance Building
U. S. Army Camp at Texas City
U. S. Naval Air Station (Blimp Base)
Ursuline Convent in the Civil War
Ursuline Nuns in Galveston
W. P. Ballinger Law Firm
Warren D. C. Hall
Washington Hotel
Wedell’s Corner
West Galveston Island
Wilbur Cherry
William Jefferson Jones
William Lewis Moody, Jr.
William Tennant Austin
Galveston County Churches
Arcadia Christian Church
Avenue L Missionary Baptist Church
Eaton Memorial Chapel
Faith United Methodist Church
First Baptist Church of Alta Loma
First Baptist Church of Galveston
First Baptist Church of League City
First Baptist Church of Texas City
First Lutheran Church
First Methodist Church of Texas City
First Presbyterian Church
First Union Baptist Church
First United Methodist Church of Dickinson
Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
Grace Episcopal Church
Paul’s Union Church
Reedy Chapel A. M. E. Church
Reedy Chapel A. M. E. Church
Sacred Heart Church
Shiloh A. M. E. Church
St. George’s Episcopal Church
St. Joseph’s Church
St. Patrick Catholic Church
St. Paul United Methodist Church
Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church
West Point Baptist Church
Galveston County Schools
Ball High School
Booker T. Washington School
Jackie Andrews Private School
Site of Ursuline Convent and Academy
Galveston County Cemeteries
Evergreen Cemetery
Magnolia Creek Cemetery
Site of Magnolia Grove Cemetery
Texas City Memorial Cemetery
Galveston County Courthouse
Galveston County Homes & Houses
Adriance-Springer House
Baden-Sproule House
Boddeker House
Campbell Home
Cecil and Frances Brown House
Clarke-Jockusch Home
Davison Home
Dr. Frederick K. and Lucy Adelaide Fisher House
Franklin-Wandless House
Frederich-Erhard House
Frederick William Beissner House
Galveston Children’s Home
George Fox House
George Seeligson Home
Grand Opera House 1894
Grover-Chambers House
Hagemann-Cobb House
Henry C. Henck, Jr. House
Henry Rosenberg Home
Homesite of Adolph Dolson
Homesite of Dr. William Keiller
Hutchings House
Isaac H. and Henrietta Kempner House
J. F. Smith House
James N. Davis House
John M. Jones House
John Smith House
John and Eliza Hertford House
Landes-McDonough House
Lasker Home for Children
Lockhart House
Maud Moller House
Menard-Ganter House
Miller-Jacobs Home
Old Austin Home
Old Ball Home
Old H. B. Moore Home
Poole-Parker House
Powhatan House
Schreiber-Miller Warehouse
Shoal Point and Half Moon Shoal Lighthouse
Site of the Home of Michel Branamour Menard
Sonnentheil Home
Sweeney-Royston House
T. J. and Mary Lelia Dick House
The Maas House
The Moody Home
The Wilbur Cherry House
Thomas Chubb House
Trube House
Victor Gustafson Home
William J. Killeen House
Williams-Tucker House, 1837-40