Historical Markers in
Lamar County, Texas

Antioch Cemetery and Old Antioch Church of Christ Atkinson-Morris House Biardstown School Burial Site of John S. Chisum Camp Maxey Campbell Cemetery Capt. Wm. E. Moore Home Central National Road of the Republic of Texas Central Presbyterian Church Church of the Holy Cross, Episcopal Dr. Patrick W. Birmingham Evergreen Cemetery Ewing House First Baptist Church of Blossom First Baptist Church of Paris First National Bank of Paris First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church of Paris Fulton's Trading Post George Washington Stell, Sr. Hayes House Hickory Grove Black Cemetery Hickory Grove Cemetery Home of Sam Bell Maxey J. M. Biard House J. M. Early House J. W. Harrison & Son James Henry Campbell Home John James Culbertson Judge Wm. Henry Lightfoot House Lamar County Lamar County Courthouse Lamar County Fair Lamar County, C. S. A. Lee Cemetery Lee Cemetery Lightfoot-Coleman House McCuistion Home Moore's Springs Cemetery Mount Vernon Mt. Canaan Baptist Church Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Old Cemetery of Paris Old Sumner Cemetery Origin of the Paris Fire of 1916 Paris Paris Cotton Compress Paris Fire Department Paris Junior College Paris Lodge No. 27, A. F. & A. M. Paris Public Schools Pleasant Grove Providence Baptist Church Robert Cooke Buckner Rockford Church and Cemetery Scott Mansion Shady Grove Cemetery Site of First Anglo-American Settlement in Lamar County Site of Lafayette Site of Shelton's Fort Smiley-Woodfin Native Prairie Grassland St. Joseph's Hospital St. Paul Baptist Church The Historic Persimmon Grove and Capt. Hill's Military Camp The Paris Fire, 1916 Travis Clack Henderson Tridens Prairie Union Station Wilburn Family Home William Huddle Home Williams, Sheb, Home Williams, Wm. M. (Buckskin)