Historical Markers in
DeWitt County, Texas

Alexander and Annie Hamilton House Arneckeville Asberry School Buchel Bank Buchel Community and School Burns Station Cemetery C. Eckhardt and Sons Building Cabeza Captain John York and James Madison Bell Charles Goodwin Breeden Clinton Co-Founders of Yorktown: John York, Charles Eckhardt Concrete College County Line School, Church, and Cemetery Cuero Cuero I Archeological District Cuero Land and Immigration Company Daule School De Witt County De Witt County De Witt County Courthouse Dr. William Watt White Early Texas Bandstands Eckhardt Ranch House Emil Reiffert House English-German School First Presbyterian Church of Cuero First United Methodist Church of Cuero General August C. Buchel George Lord George W. Davis George Washington Davis Gohmert-Summers House Golly Hollow School and Community Grace Episcopal Church Gruenau Turn and Schuetzen Verein Heaton-Breeden House Hebron Community Hephzibeth Looker Taylor Hillside Cemetery Hochheim (Hoch's Home) Hochheim Cemetery Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery Holy Cross Catholic Church Holy Cross Lutheran Church Hopkinsville Community, A Colony of Freedmen J. T. Wofford Home James F. Blair James Norman Smith John T. Wofford Home Josiah Taylor Jubilee Park Pavilion Judge Henry Clay Pleasants Keller-Grunder House Knights of Pythias Hall, Jewel Lodge No. 103 Laging, H. W. Leonard Roy Harmon Lindenau Lindenau Community Cemetery Lithuanians in Texas Lockhart Community Cemetery Lord Cemetery May-Hickey House Meyersville Morgan Steamship Line Mount Zion Baptist Church Municipal Power Plant Nancy Shows Nordheim Shooting Club Old Chisholm Trail Peter Bluntzer Pilot Knob Proctor-Green House San Pedro Cemetery Schlinke, Charles A. Shiloh Site of Cameron, First County Seat of DeWitt County Site of Friar-Cardwell Stage Stand Site of the Home of Captain John York Site of the Home of Robert Justus Kleberg Sociedad Cementerio Union Mexicana Cemetery St. Ann's Cemetery St. John Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Mark's Lutheran Church St. Michael's Catholic Church Stagecoach Inn Stagecoach Inn, 1856 Stevens Cemetery Stratton Taylor Family Cemetery Terryville The Bates-Sheppard House The Breeden House The Edward Mugge House The Five-Mile (Ratcliffe)- Rabke Community The Robert Allert House The William Frobese Home Thomas M. Stell Thomaston Thomaston Cemetery Upper Yorktown Cemetery Von Hugo-Von Clausewitz Family Cemetery Westhoff World War II Air Training School Brayton Flying Field Yoakum National Bank Yorktown Yorktown, Co-Founders Zion Arneckeville Cemetery
The first domed stadium in the world, the Astrodome, was built in Houston in 1965 and hosted numerous sporting events and concerts over the years.
~ Texas random facts