National Register Listings in
Galveston County, Texas

American National Insurance Company (ANICO) Ashbel Smith Building Ashton Villa Bayou Brae Historic District Beissner, Henry, House Bishop's Palace Broadway Cemetery Historic District Building at 1921-1921 1/2 Avenue D Building at 1925-1927 Market Street Cedar Lawn Historic District City Hall City National Bank Davison, Frank B., House Denver Court Historic District East End Historic District Eiband's ELISSA Falstaff Brewery First Evangelical Lutheran Church First Presbyterian Church Fort Travis Galveston Causeway Galveston Orphans Home Galveston Seawall Galveston US Post Office, Custom House and Courthouse Galveston, Houston & Henderson (GH&H) Freight Depot Galvez Hotel Garten Verein Pavilion Grace Episcopal Church Grand Opera House Hagemann, John, House House at 2017-2023 Avenue I House at 2528 Postoffice St. Hutchings, Sealy, House I.O.O.F. Lodge Illies Building-Justine Apartments Jean Lafitte Hotel Kempner, Daniel Webster, House Lasker Home for Homeless Children Levy, E.S., Building Lost Bayou Historic District Marschner Building McKinney-McDonald House Melrose Apartment Building Menard, Michel B., House Merimax Building Model Laundry Moore, Col. Hugh B. and Helen, House Mosquito Fleet Berth, Pier 19 Old Galveston Customhouse Pix Building Point Bolivar Lighthouse Powhatan House Quigg-Baulard House Reedy Chapel-AME Church Robinson Building Rosenberg Library Scottish Rite Cathedral Sealy, George, House Shaw, M. W., Building Silk Stocking Residential Historic District St. Joseph's Church St. Mary's Cathedral Star Drug Store Steffens-Drewa House Complex Strand Historic District, The Stringfellow Orchards Sweeney-Royston House Texas Building Texas Heroes Monument The Settlement Historic District Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church Trueheart-Adriance Building U.S. National Bank USS CAVALLA (submarine) USS STEWART Williams, Samuel May, House Willis-Moody Mansion
The discovery of oil in 1901 near Beaumont, Texas, sparked an oil boom that transformed the state's economy and led to the rise of the modern petroleum industry.
~ Texas random facts