Historical Markers in
McLennan County, Texas

Aquilla Creek Truss Bridge Bell's Hill School Best Theatre Building Bold Springs Cemetery Bruceville Baptist Church Bull Hide Creek Iron Bridge Burleson Quadrangle Cameron, William, Home (RAZED) Camp MacArthur, World War I Training Camp Canaan Baptist Cemetery Canann Baptist Church Canuteson, Ole Carroll Library Castle Heights Central Christian Church of Waco Central Presbyterian Church Central Texas Baptist Sanitarium Chalk Bluff Baptist Church Charles A. Westbrook Plantation China Spring Cemetery China Spring Tabernacle Church of the Assumption Cobbs-Walker Cemetery Columbus Avenue Baptist Church Concord Cemetery Congregation Agudath Jacob Congregation Rodef Sholom Crawford Crawford Cemetery Crawford Schools David Smita Kornegay Deyerle-Fall House Doris Miller Downsville Baptist Church Dr. Andrew Joseph Armstrong and Mary Maxwell Armstrong Dr. David Richard Wallace Dr. John Henry Sears Dr. Rufus Columbus Burleson Earle-Harrison House Earle-Napier-Kinnard House East Terrace Eddy Methodist Church Elite Cafe Elk Community Erath Evergreen Cemetery First Baptist Church of Crawford First Baptist Church of Eddy First Baptist Church of Mart First Baptist Church of McGregor First Baptist Church of Moody First Baptist Church of Waco First Baptist Church of West First Christian Church of McGregor (Disciples of Christ) First Lutheran Church First Presbyterian Church of Waco First Presbyterian Church of West First Street Cemetery First United Methodist Church of Crawford First United Methodist Church of Hewitt First United Methodist Church of Waco Fletcher Cemetery Flowers House Former Site of Saint Peter's Church Forsgard House Forsgard, Edward Ferdinant Fort House Friedens Cemetery Friedens Evangelical and Reformed United Church of Christ G. W. Carver High School General Richard Harrison George W. Carroll Science Hall George W. Truett Georgia Burleson and Early Female Education at Baylor Gerald-Harris Shooting Gholson Cemetery Glenn and Mary Gulledge Crain House Goodall Cemetery Governor Patrick Morris Neff Grand Lodge of Texas, A.F. & A.M. Greenwood Cemetery Groppe Barn Groppe Building H. & T. C. Railroad H. J. and Cora Hudson House Hallie Earle, M.D. Harris Creek Baptist Church Harris Creek Cemetery Hebrew Rest Hewitt Baptist Hill House Hoyle Cabin Jacob De Cordova Joel Burditt Crain John Silas Edens Johnson-Taylor House Kellum Family Cemetery Kuykendall House Liberty Grove Cemetery Lone Oak Cemetery Lorena Cemetery Lorena United Methodist Church Louis Moore Lusk House Martin Irons McGregor McGregor Mirror McLennan County McLennan County Courthouse McLennan County Medical Society Meier Settlement Methodist Church Moody Moody Cemetery Moody United Methodist Church Moore Cemetery Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church Mount Zion United Methodist Church Naler Cemetery Neil McLennan New Hope Baptist Church Oakwood Cemetery Old Harrison Old Main Old Perry Cemetery Old Walker Homestead Patton Baptist Church Paul Quinn College Prairie Chapel School Proctor Springs Providence Sanitarium R. E. B. Baylor Riesel Robertson Robertson, Generals Jerome & Felix Ross Rotan Drive Rotan-Dosset House Saint John United Church of Christ Saint Luke African Methodist Espiscopal Church Saint Mary's Cemetery Saint Mary's Church of the Assumption Saint Paul's Church of Gerald Samuel Johan Forsgard Santa Cruz Cemetery Sarah Ann Vouchere Walker Second Baptist Church of Waco Seventh & James Baptist Church Shiloh Baptist Church Site of Bruceville Methodist Church Site of First Church Building in Waco Site of Old Texas Cotton Palace Site of Organization of the First Baptist Church of Mart Site of Torrey's Trading Post Site of Waco Boating and Fishing Club Site of Waco Indian Village Speegleville Baptist Church St. James United Methodist Church St. Martin Cemetery St. Mary's School St. Paul's Episcopal Church Stanford Chapel Cemetery Stratton-Stricker Building Texas Christian University Texas Collection The Armstrong Browning Library The C. C. McCulloch House The Cottonland Castle The Courthouses of McLennan County The Crash at Crush The George Butler - Jesse Harrison House The Howard House The Isaac Jackson Teague Property The Methodist Home The Ross Oak The Sims Cabin The Sturgis House The Texas Rangers and the Fence Cutters The Waco Suspension Bridge The Waco Tornado Thomas Hudson Barron Toliver Chapel Baptist Church Torrey's Trading Post No. 2 Tours Community W. H. Janes Home Waco Waco City Waterworks Waco Lodge No. 92, A.F.& A.M. Waco Springs Waco State Home Waco Theatre Waco University Waco, County Seat of McLennan County Waco-McLennan County Watson Feed Store Watt Caufield Ranch Welborn-Bostick Home Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church Wesley United Methodist Church West West Brethren Church White Hall Cemetery White Rock Cemetery William Cameron Park William McKendree Lambdin Willow Grove Community Cemetery Wortham Bend Cemetery Youngblood Memorial Presbyterian Church Zion Lutheran Church Zion United Church of Christ
The state flower of Texas is the bluebonnet. The flower blooms in the spring and is a common sight along the highways and in fields throughout the state.
~ Texas random facts