Historical Markers in Tom Green county

Administration Building of the Fort Concho Museum Anti-Tuberculosis Colony No. 1 (McKnight State Tuberculosis Hospital) Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church Ben Ficklin Cemetery Butterfield Stage Station at Grape Creek C. C. Walsh House Chapel & Schoolhouse Chapel and School House of Fort Concho Charles B. Metcalfe Christoval Christoval Baptist Church Christoval United Methodist Church Congregation Beth Israel Cornick Bungalows Daniel Millar De Long Cemetery Delta Memorial Park Cemetery Develin House Early City School Eckert House Emanuel Episcopal Church Emmanuel Episcopal Church Enlisted Men's Barracks #1 Enlisted Men's Barracks #2 Enlisted Men's Barracks, # 5 Enlisted Men's Barracks, # 6 Fairmount Cemetery First Baptist Church of San Angelo First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church of San Angelo Fort Concho Fred Beck Homestead Guadalupe Elementary School Homesite of Mrs. Robert Massie (1867-1931) Immanuel Baptist Church John Ingram John R. ("Sarge") Nasworthy John Yellott Rust Johnson Street Church of Christ Kiwanis Little Olympics Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Schools Maier House, The Major Ben Ficklin, C.S.A. Mullins Cemetery Municipal Swimming Pool Officers Quarters No. 2 Officers Quarters No. 4, Fort Concho, Texas (missing) Officers Quarters No. 8, Fort Concho, Texas. Officers' Quarters #2 Officers' Quarters #4 Officers' Quarters #8 Orient-Santa Fe Depot Original Tom Green County R.F. Tankersley Homestead Sacred Heart Catholic Church Schwartz & Raas and San Angelo National Bank Building Sheep and Goat Industry in Texas Site of Ben Ficklin Site of Bismarck Farm St. John's Hospital The San Angelo Standard The Tenth Cavalry Tom Green County Tom Green, Confederate General Wall Brethren Church World War I Peace Monument World War I Peace Monument