Historical Markers in
Brazos County, Texas

A&M College Consolidated Rural School African American Education in College Station Albert Gallatin Alexander Cemetery Alexander Methodist Chapel Alexander Methodist Church Allen Academy Allen Academy (Duplicate) Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Astin-Porter Home Black Education in Bryan Brazos County Brazos County Confederate Commissioners Court Brazos River Bryan & College Interurban Railway Bryan Air Force Base Bryan City Cemetery Bryan, William Joel Carnegie Public Library Carter, Richard, Homesite Cavitt House Charlie Eric Jenkins College Station Railroad Depots Confederate Veterans in Bryan City Cemetery E. J. Jenkins House Early Play-By-Play Radio Broadcast of a College Football Game Early Texas A&M Campus Housing Edge House El Camino Real Eugene Edge Home First Baptist Church, Bryan, Texas First Christian Church First Methodist Church of Bryan First National Bank of Bryan First Presbyterian Church First Public School in Bryan Harvey Mitchell Ibarra Elementary School Isom Palmer James Wilson La Salle Hotel Leonard School Main Drill Field, Texas A&M University Martin's Place McMichael-Wilson House "Millican Massacre" Millican, C.S.A. Moravian (Czech) Cemetery Mount Calvary Cemetery Odd Fellows University and Orphans Home Old Bethel Cemetery Queen Theatre Reliance Church Cemetery Robert Henry Rock Prairie School and Church Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church Santa Teresa Catholic Church Shiloh Community Site of Villa Maria Ursuline Academy South Methodist Episcopal Church St. Joseph Catholic Church St. Joseph School Steele's Store Community Steep Hollow Cemetery Texas A&M Corps of Cadets Texas A&M University Texas AMC and WWI The CW&BV and I&GN Railroads in Bryan The Woman's Club Town of Boonville Waldrop House Wellborn Cemetery Wesa Weddington Wilkerson House William Templeton Millican Wipprecht Home Wixon Cemetery Zion Church of Kurten