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Liberty County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Liberty

Liberty County Historical Markers

Liberty County - General Interest
Andrew Jackson Isaacks
Augustine B. Hardin
Benjamin W. Hardin
Bryan, Pryor
Burton B. Tarkington
Captain William M. Logan
City of Cleveland
Cornelius De Vore
Edward Thomas Branch
Franklin Hardin
Hugh B. Johnston
James B. Woods
John Cherry
Kalita, Chief of the Coushatta Indians
Lallemand, Riguad and Other French Settlers
Liberty County
Liberty County
Liberty Masonic Lodge No. 48, A. F. & A. M.
Luke Bryan
Mexican Hill
Milton Ashley Hardin
Near Site of Early Meat-Packing Plant
Old Wells’ Store
Plaza Constitucional (Municipal Square)
Plaza de Carcel, y Casas de Correccion
Plaza de Mercado
Price Daniel
Sam Houston in Liberty County
Sam Houston’s Law Office
Seven Pines
Site of Liberty’s Ursuline Convent
Site of the Town of Grand Cane
The Runaway Scrape
The Trinity River
William Hardin
Liberty County Churches
First Baptist Church of Dayton
First Methodist Church of Dayton
Hardin Methodist Church
Liberty Methodist Church
Oak Shade Baptist Church
Plaza Iglesia Parroquial (Parish Church Square)
Rural Shade Baptist Church
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Liberty County Schools
The Schools of Tarkington Prairie
Liberty County Cemeteries
Abshier Cemetery
Bryan-Neyland Cemetery
Catholic Cemetery
City Cemetery
French Cemetery
Griffin-Methodist Cemetery
Linney Cemetery
Liberty County Courthouse
Casa Consistatorial (Courthouse Square)
Seven Courthouses of Liberty County
Liberty County Homes & Houses
A. J. and Carolina Anderson House
Cleveland - Partlow House
Gillard - Duncan House
Homesite of George Orr
Homestead of John S. and Jane Susanna Lee Brown, 1856
The Noble Garvey House
Thomas Jefferson Chambers Home