Historical Markers in
Anderson County, Texas

Alonzo Marion Story Anderson Campground Anderson County Anderson County Courthouse Anderson County in the Civil War Anderson County Poor Farm Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Bell Cemetery Bethel Cemetery Bethel Church and Cemetery Beulah Baptist Church C. S. A. Iron Works Campbell Cemetery Captain Steven L. Bennett Captain William Kimbro Christopher Columbus Rogers Christopher Columbus Rogers Col. G. R. Howard House Col. Homer Garrison, Jr. Concord Baptist Church and Cemetery Crawford Cemetery Denson Springs Cemetery Dickerson Parker Don Hastings Dr. Bonner Frizzell Early Settlement of Northwestern Anderson County Eilenberger's Bakery Elkhart Garden of Memories Cemetery Elkhart Myrtle Springs Cemetery Fields Chapel Methodist Church and Cemetery First Baptist Church of Elkhart First Baptist Church of Palestine First Christian Church First Gravesite of Cynthia Ann Parker First Methodist Church of Palestine First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church of Elkhart Fort Houston Fort Houston Cemetery Frankston City Park Frankston Railroad Depot Frederick Douglass Elementary School Freeman Farm Gilmore's Chapel Governor Thomas Mitchell Campbell Grace Methodist Church Green Bay A.M.E. Church Green Bay High School Harmony Baptist Church Henry Fields Hodges-Darsey House Home of Congressman and Mrs. Alexander W. Gregg Hopewell Cemetery I & GN Hospital and Nurses' Quarters Jemison Quarters Cemetery John and Laura Miller House John Byler Mallard, Judge John H. Reagan John H. Reagan Monument John Starr House Judge William Alexander Judson Baptist Church Judson Cemetery Kolstad Jewelers Link Family Cemetery Link House, The Lone Pine Baptist Church Magnolia Cemetery Mary Kate Hunter (November 8, 1866 - April 15, 1945) McClure-McReynolds-Fowler Home Micham Main Miles Bennett Mound Prairie Cemetery Mount Vernon A.M.E. Church Mount Vernon United Methodist Church Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Murdoch McDonald Muse Cemetery N. A. Banks Elementary School New Hope Baptist Church Northeast Texas Christian Theological and Industrial College Old Montalba Old Pilgrim Church Olive Branch Cemetery Osjetea Briggs P. L. Chism Palestine Carnegie Library Palestine Fire Department Palestine High School Palestine Lodge No. 31, A. F. & A. M. Palestine Post Office and Federal Building Palestine Salt Works C. S. A. Paul L. Rutledge, Sr. Pennybacker-Campbell-Wommack House Pilgrim Hill Baptist Church Pilgrim Predestinarian Regular Baptist Church Pilgrim Predestinarian Regular Baptist Church Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Pine Lodge Club House Providence Church and Cemetery Rev. Daniel Parker Robert (Bob) Knight Roy B. Wallace Sacred Heart Church Sadler, William T. Seven Oaks (Mallard-Alexander House) Site of Four Pines School Site of Henry High School Site of Knox Glass Company Plant Site of Lincoln High School Site of McKnight Plaza Site of Old Magnolia Site of Palestine Service Men's Club, World War II Site of St. Mary's Academy Site of the Kickapoo Battlefield Site of the McClean Massacre Site of Woodhouse School Slocum Massacre South Union Missionary Baptist Church St. Philips Episcopal Church of Palestine Stafford-Tucker Cemetery Starr Cemetery Swanson Cemetery Swanson Cemetery Tennessee Colony Tennessee Colony Cemetery Tennessee Colony Order of the Eastern Star No. 102 Texas Fruit Palace, Anderson County Fair Texas State Railroad The Bowers Mansion The I&GN Railroad in Palestine Timothy Stephen Smith Tyre Masonic Lodge No. 198 Westwood United Methodist Church William and Caroline Broyles House William Freeman Wilson Cemetery