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Polk County, Texas Points of Interest

Map of Texas State Historical Marker Locations in Polk

Polk County Historical Markers

Polk County - General Interest
Birthplace of Margo Jones
Capt. Hardy B. Purvis
Captain Isaac Newton Moreland Turner, C. S. A.
Chief John Scott
Confederate Service of Alabama and Coushatta Indians
Early Indian Trails
Early Roads in Polk County
First National Bank
First State Bank of Livingston
James Burch
Livingston Telephone Company
Locomotive No. 5
Major Henry W. Augustine
Margaret V. Margo Jones
Moscow, Camden & San Augustine Railroad
Old Bean Place
Paddlewheels on the Trinity
Polk County Enterprise
Polk County, C. S. A.
Roscoe D. Holliday
Site of Old Andress Inn
Site of Smithfield
Site of the Town of Swartwout
Texas Statesman William Pettus Hobby
Town of Corrigan
Trinity Lodge No. 14, A.F. & A.M.
Valentine Burch
Village of the Alabama and Coushatti Indians
William Barnett Hardin
Polk County Churches
Bethel Baptist Church
Damascus Missionary Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
First Methodist Church of Livingston
Menard Chapel Church, School, and Cemetery
Sunflower Baptist Church
Union Springs Baptist Church
Polk County Schools
Moscow Masonic Male and Female Academy
Polk County Cemeteries
Feagin Cemetery
Greenfield Cemetery
Midway Cemetery
Nelson Henry Rice Cemetery
Old City Cemetery (Old Livingston Cemetery)
Wheeler Cemetery
Polk County Courthouse
Polk County Courthouse
Polk County Homes & Houses
Augustus Darby Home
E. C. Matthews Home
G. G. Nettles Home
John C. Leggett House
John Kale House
Magee-Love Log House
Near Boyhood Home of John Wesley Hardin
P. B. Maxey Home
Saxon Family Homestead
The Sawyer House
Whitehead Home