Historical Markers in
Jefferson County, Texas

1886 Hurricane at Sabine Pass Andrew F. Smyth Arthur Edward Stilwell Aubrey Wilson "Moon" Mullican Beach Road Beaumont Beaumont Beaumont Enterprise Beaumont: Lumber Mill City of the Nineteenth Century Beauxart Gardens Benjamin Johnson Birthplace of Babe Didrikson Zaharias Blind Willie Johnson Boudreaux House Capture of the USS Morning Light and USS Velocity Caroline Gilbert Hinchee House Central Baptist Church Central Fire Station Choates, Harry City of Beaumont City of Nederland City of Sabine and Sabine Pass Clubhouse of the Federated Women's Clubs of Port Arthur Commodore Leon Smith Community Retirement Home Congregation Temple Emanuel David Crockett Middle School (RAZED) Dr. Charles F. L. N. Graham Dugat-Hamshire House Early Oil Tanker Service Early Texas Oil Pipelines Ellwood-Craig House Evergreen Cemetery Federal Fatalities at the Battle of Sabine Pass Federated Women's Clubs of Port Arthur First Baptist Church of Beaumont First Baptist Church of Nederland First Baptist Church of Port Neches First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Port Arthur First Christian Church of Beaumont First National Bank Building First Security National Bank First United Methodist Church of Beaumont First United Methodist Church of Port Neches Fort Manhassett Fort Sabine Francis John (Frank) Trost (June 24, 1868 - August 4, 1944) French Trading Post Fuller, Ruby Ruth, Building Gates Memorial Library Grigsby's Bluff Hamshire House Harry James' Childhood Homesite Hebert Home Henry Millard Holmes Duke House Israel Chapel A. M. E. Church J.P. Richardson, Jr: The Big Bopper Jacob Harmon Garner Janis Lyn Joplin Jean Baptiste Chaison Jefferson County Courthouse Jefferson Theatre John Warne Gates Kate Dorman Kate Dorman Lakeshore/Lions Park Leo Edward Craigen Magnolia Cemetery Magnolia Missionary Baptist Church McFaddin-Ward House Mildred "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias Mildred Buildings Morris-Booz-White House Nancy Tevis New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Niles F. Smith North End Methodist Church O'Brien Oak Oil Pipelines, Early Texas Opelousas Trail Pivoto-Robinson Cemetery Pivoto-Robinson House Police Chief Reid Tevis Pompeiian Villa Port Arthur College Port Arthur College Radio Tower Port Arthur-Beaumont Interurban Railway Port of Beaumont Prater Cemetery Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Rainbow Bridge Richard Dowling Rock Island Baptist Church Sabine Pass Cemetery Sabine-Neches Canal Saint Anthony's Cathedral Sanders House Site of Collier's Ferry Site of First Mercantile Building Site of Fort Griffin Site of Old Aurora Site of Santa Anna Site of Spindle Top Hill Confederate Camp Site of the Home of Noah Tevis Site of World War ll Prisoner of War Camp South County Office Building South Park High School Southeast Texas Regional Airport Spaight's 11th Battalion Spanish-American War Fortifications Sparks Settlement Cemetery Spell Cemetery Spindletop to Port Arthur Oil Pipeline Corridor St. Paul United Methodist Church Tex Ritter Texas Company Refinery at Port Arthur (Port Arthur Works) Texas' First Rice Mill The Clubhouse, The Woman's Club of Beaumont The Hughen School The Kansas City Southern Railway in Port Arthur The Lucas Gusher The Mayumi Legacy The Port Arthur Refinery The Woman's Club of Beaumont Travis Street Substation Trinity Lutheran Church Tyrrell Public Library United States Forces at the Battle of Sabine Pass Visit Historic Sabine Pass Vuylstekke House West Beulah Missionary Baptist Church Westminster Presbyterian Church of Beaumont William McFaddin Woodworth House (Rose Hill) Woodworth House (Rose Hill) World War II Coastal Defenses at Sabine Pass Young Men's Christian Association of Beaumont Young Woman's Christian Association of Beaumont