Historical Markers in
Nacogdoches County, Texas

100th Anniversary of Oil in Nacogdoches County 1796 Spanish Colonial Rancho of Bernardo D'Ortolan Adolphus Sterne House Alton W. Birdwell Ancient Mound Angelina Austin Building Barret, Lyne, Texas Oil Man Battle of Nacogdoches Bethel Cemetery Birdwell Field, Aikman Gym and the Women's Recreation Center Bivouac & Banq. for New Orleans' Greys Brewer Cemetery Brewer Cemetery Burrows - Millard House Camp Chireno, World War II P.O.W. Camp Captain Domingo Ramon Captain Hayden Arnold Charles Standfield Taylor Chas. Hoya Land Office Chireno Lower Cemetery Christ Episcopal Church City of Appleby Cove Springs Cemetery Diedrich Anton Wilhelm Rulfs Dr. Joseph William Kennedy, Jr Dr. Robert Anderson Irion Durst - Taylor House E. J. Campbell School Elias E. Hamilton Fairview Church Cemetery First Baptist Church of Nacogdoches First United Methodist Church of Nacogdoches Franciscan Friars in East Texas General Thomas J. Rusk Gingerbread House Governor Marquis de San Miguel de Aguayo Governor Martin de Alarcon in East Texas Haden Edwards Halfway Inn (Flournoy - Granberry House) Harmony Cemetery Helpenstell Cemetery Home of Adolphus Sterne Home of Peter Ellis Bean Hotel Wiley In Memory of Thomas F. McKinney Ingraham Building Jacobs Chapel Cemetery John Balch John R. Clute John S. Roberts Karle Wilson Baker Kelsey Harris Douglass La Calle Real del Norte Lazarine Cemetery Libby Community Cemetery Lindsey House Linn Flat Cemetery "Los Ojos de Padre Margil" ("The Eyes of Father Margil") Louis Juchereau de St. Denis McKnight Cemetery Milam Lodge #2, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Texas Mission Concepcion, 1716 Site of Mission Nuestra Senora de la Purisima Concepcion de los Hainais Mount Sterling Nacogdoches Nacogdoches County Nacogdoches Federal Building / Post Office Nacogdoches University Nicholas Adolphus Sterne Nine Flags of Nacogdoches Oak Grove Cemetery Oil Springs, Texas First Oil Well Old Nacogdoches University Old Nacogdoches University Building Old North Church Cemetery Old "Red" House Old Spanish Cemetery Old Spanish Cemetery Old Stone Fort On This Site Stood for a Century an Old Stone House Original Location of Sacred Heart Catholic Church Paul Lewis Boynton Pioneer Texas Oil Man: Lyne Taliaferro Barret Pioneering Higher Education in East Texas Presidio Nuestra Senora de Los Dolores Presidio Nuestra Senora de los Dolores de los Tejas Rock Springs Cemetery Rusk Building Sam Houston's First Home in Texas Sam P. Smith Place San Patricio Rancho Shay Locomotive No. 2005 Site of Bivouac and Banquet for The New Orleans' Greys Site of "El Atascoso" Site of First Home Owned by General Sam Houston Site of Old North Church Site of "Old Soledad" Site of Pattonia Site of the Home of Antonio Gil y Barbo Site of the Home of Charles S. Taylor Site of the Home of James Dill Site of the Home of John S. Roberts Site of the Home of Juan Antonio Padilla Site of the Home of Thomas J. Rusk Site of the Home of William Clark, Jr. Site of the Mission Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Site of the Mission Nuestra Senora de la Purisma Conception Site of the Mission San Jose de Los Nazonis Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College During World War II Stephen Fuller Austin Stone Fort Museum Texas Stagecoaches, C.S.A. The Daily Sentinel The Homesite of Raphael D'Ortolan The Millard - Lee House The Roland Jones House The Sparks House The University Tradition in Nacogdoches Thomas Jefferson Rusk Thomas Young Buford Tol Barret House Town of Douglass United States Occupation of Nacogdoches Washington Square Washington Square Westminster Presbyterian Church William ("Bill") Goyens William Clark, Jr. Wisely Hall Women's Army Corps School Zion Hill Baptist Church Cemetery Zion Hill First Baptist Church
The state of Texas was once an independent country known as the Republic of Texas. It gained independence from Mexico in 1836 and was a separate nation until it was annexed by the United States in 1845.
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