Historical Markers in
Bastrop County, Texas

Abram Wiley Hill Addison Litton Aldridge-Fitzwilliam Home Allen-Fowler House Alum Creek Cemetery Antioch Cemetery B. D. Orgain House Baron de Bastrop Monument Bastrop Christian Church Bastrop County Bastrop County Courthouse Bastrop County Jail Bastrop Methodist Church Bastrop Opera House Brooks-Wilbarger House Burger Home Calvary Episcopal Church Camp Swift Campbell Taylor Captain James Burleson Captain John Campbell Hunt Chancellor House City of Elgin Claiborne Cemetery Crocheron-McDowall House D. O. Hill House Dr. I. B. Nofsinger House Dr. Sayers' Office Early History of the City of Bastrop Elgin Elgin Cemetery Elgin Christian Church Elgin Lodge No. 328, A. F. & A. M. Elgin Methodist Church Fairview Cemetery Felipe Enrique Neri Baron de Bastrop First Baptist Church of Bastrop First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Smithville First Methodist Church of Smithville First National Bank of Bastrop First Presbyterian Church of Elgin Governor J. D. Sayers Governor Sayers House Grassyville Cemetery H. N. (Man) Bell H. P. Luckett House Haralson House Hartford Jenkins Home Henry Mordoff Henry N. Bell House Home Town of Texas Confederate Major Joseph D. Sayers Hubbard - Trigg House Jesse Halderman John Herron John Holland Jenkins John Socrates Darling Jonathan Burleson Jourdan Smith Jung - Pearcy House Kesselus Building Kings Highway (Camino Real) Kleinert - Hoppe House Kleinert Building Klockman - Elzner Home Lost Pines of Texas Margaret Chambers Home Martin Walker McDade McDade Baptist Church Meeks - Maynard Cabin Miller - Gillum House Mina - Bastrop Pioneers Home Mina Ward School Mt. Olive Baptist Church Murray Burleson Home New Red Rock Cemetery Nicholas W. Eastland Old Bastrop Academy Bell Old Cornelson-Fehr House Old Jenkins Home Old Red Rock Cemetery P. O. Elzner House Pfeiffer Home Pleasant Grove Cemetery Primera Baptist Church R. L. Perkins Home Rabb House Richard J. and Annie Brieger House Ridgeway Cemetery Robert Love Reding Rock Front Saloon, 1870 Rockne Rural Farms and Communities Before Camp Swift Samuel Wolfenberger Samuel Wolfenberger Sayers - Walton Ranch House Scottie Chambliss Jenkins House Siloah Cemetery Site of Bastrop Military Institute Site of Confederate Arms Factory Site of Early Bastrop County Fort Site of the Home of Col. Robert M.Coleman Smithville Stephen Scallorn The A. A. Erhard Home The Bastrop Advertiser The CCC at Bastrop State Park The Gotier Trace Thomas H. Mays Thomas Osborn Three Oaks (Goerlitz) Cemetery Trigg Home (Henry E. McGehee House) Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church Wallace - Holme House West End Park White - Turner House Wilbarger House Wiley Hill House William B. Standifer William Dunbar William Redfield Yerge-Hill Family Home Young School House and Cemetery
The state flower of Texas is the bluebonnet. The flower blooms in the spring and is a common sight along the highways and in fields throughout the state.
~ Texas random facts