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Lamar County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Lamar

Lamar County Historical Markers

Lamar County - General Interest
Burial Site of John S. Chisum
Camp Maxey
Central National Road of the Republic of Texas
First National Bank of Paris
Fulton’s Trading Post
George Washington Stell, Sr.
J. W. Harrison & Son
John James Culbertson
Lamar County Fair
Lamar County, C. S. A.
Lamar County
Mount Vernon
Paris Fire Department
Paris Junior College
Paris Lodge No. 27, A. F. & A. M.
Pleasant Grove
Robert Cooke Buckner
Scott Mansion
Site of First Anglo-American Settlement in Lamar County
Site of Lafayette
Site of Shelton’s Fort
Smiley-Woodfin Prairie Grassland
St. Joseph’s Hospital
The Historic Persimmon Grove and Capt. Hill’s Military Camp
The Paris Fire, 1916
Travis Clack Henderson
Tridens Prairie
Lamar County Churches
Antioch Cemetery and Church of Christ
Central Presbyterian Church
First Baptist Church of Blossom
First Baptist Church of Paris
First Presbyterian Church
First United Methodist Church of Paris
Providence Baptist Church
Rockford Church and Cemetery
St. Paul Baptist Church
Lamar County Schools
Biardstown School
Paris Public Schools
Lamar County Cemeteries
Hickory Grove Cemetery
Lee Cemetery
Moore’s Springs Cemetery
Old Cemetery of Paris
Old Sumner Cemetery
Shady Grove Cemetery
Lamar County Courthouse
Lamar County Courthouse
Lamar County Homes & Houses
Atkinson-Morris House
Capt. Wm. E. Moore Home
Ewing House
Hayes House
Home of Gen. Sam Bell Maxey
Home of Sam Bell Maxey
J. M. Biard House
J. M. Early House
James Henry Campbell Home
Judge Wm. Henry Lightfoot House
Lightfoot-Coleman House
McCuistion Home
Wilburn Family Home
William Huddle Home