Lampasas County, Texas

Adamsville Battle Branch Birthplace of Stanley Walker C.C. Abney House C.S.A. Salt Works Centenary College and St. Dominic's Villa Central Christian Church of Lampasas Chadwick's Mill Clear Creek Baptist Church Cook Cemetery First Baptist Church (Lampasas) First Baptist Church of Lampasas First Presbyterian Church First Public School in Lampasas First State Meeting of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas First United Methodist Church of Lampasas Flood, The 1957 Garrison Greenwood Gunfight at the Lampasas Saloon Hancock Springs Hancock Springs Bathhouse Hanna Springs Hanna Springs Hart House Horrell-Higgins Feud Hostess House Hughes' Springs Huling Cottage J. A. Adkins House James Jackson Beeman James S. Gillett John Patterson House Junior High School Kempner Keystone Hotel Lampasas Colored School Lampasas County Lampasas County Courthouse Lampasas County Courthouse Site Lampasas County Jail Lampasas County Museum Lampasas County, C.S.A. Lampasas Public Library Lampasas Volunteer Fire Department Lee Straley House Little Hotel Lometa Long Cove Baptist Church Long Meadows Cemetery Malone-Manuel House Manuel Hardware Building Matt and Rebecca Smith House McAnelly Settlement Moline School Site Moses Hughes Home, 1856 Nix Oak Hill Cemetery Old Cook Home, 1861 Old Huling Mansion Operation Long Horn Phantom Hill Road Philip Smith House Phillips and Trosper Buildings Pierian Club Pleasant Valley Farmers' Alliance No. 1 Richard S. Stokes Saint Mary's Catholic Church Saint Mary's Episcopal Church Santa Fe Depot, 1904 Scholten Railroad School Creek Baptist Church Senterfitt Cemetery Shade Denson House Site of Abney Plunge Site of Lometa Reservoir Site of Old Opera House Site of Old Town of Senterfitt Site of Park Hotel Stanley Chapel Cemetery Summerville Home Texas Bankers Association Thomas Pratt Townsen Cemetery Townsen's Mill Trosper Building United Presbyterian Church of Adamsville W. N. Huling Home, 1877 W. R. Hughes Home Walter P. Acker William Thomas Campbell Witcher House