Historical Markers in
Nueces County, Texas

1919 Storm 1941 Corpus Christi Seawall 1966 Farm Workers Rally and March Alonzo Alvarez de Pineda Antonio E. Garcia Arthur Edward Spohn, M.D. and Spohn Hospital Boby's Residence (PL65 - now Merriman House) Broadway Bluff Improvement Business Building (DEMOLISHED) Calallen Camp Scurry Captain Enrique Villarreal and Rincon del Oso Land Grant Casa Blanca Land Grant Cattle Drives from South Texas Centennial House Centennial Memorial Museum Chapman Ranch Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Clara Driscoll, The Driscoll Foundation and Driscoll Children's Hospital Coastal Hide, Tallow and Packing Industries Confederate Army Deserters Hanged in Corpus Christi Corpus Christi and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Corpus Christi Cathedral Corpus Christi College-Academy Corpus Christi Fire Department Corpus Christi, 1861-1865 De Pineda, Alonzo Alvarez Duncan Cemetery Early History of Port of Corpus Christi Eli Todd Merriman Elihu Harrison Ropes Explosion of the Steamship Dayton Felix von Blucher First Baptist Church of Bishop First Baptist Church of Corpus Christi First Methodist Church of Corpus Christi First Presbyterian Church of Corpus Christi First United Methodist Church of Bishop First United Methodist Church of Robstown Flour Bluff Flour Bluff Independent School District Fort Lipantitlan Fort Lipantitlan French-Galvan House Galvan Ballroom General W.W. Sterling George H. Paul Building Site George Owens German POW Camp at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Gold Star Court of Honor Grande-Grossman House Grossman-Graham House Guaranty Title Company Gutzon Borglum and the Corpus Christi Bayfront Hebrew Rest Cemetery Henry Lawrence Kinney Hilltop Tuberculosis Sanitorium Hotel Brendle Irishtown Jalufka-Govatos House John Bernard Murphy John Dix John Dunn, Jr. Homesite Jovita González de Mireles Julius Lichtenstein House Karankawa Indians Kelsey Memorial Methodist Church (Iglesia Metodista Kelsey Memorial) Lone Star Fair Louis de Planque LULAC Martha (Reagan) Rabb (February 25, 1826-March 20, 1901) Matthew Dunn Matthew Nolan McCampell House Menger Elementary School Moravian Club of Nueces County Mother Margaret Mary Healy Murphy Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Mustang Island Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Nicholas Bluntzer Nueces County Nueces County Nueces County Courthouse of 1914 Nuecestown (4 Miles North) Nuecestown Cemetery Nuecestown Raid Nuecestown Schoolhouse Old Bayview Cemetery Old Bayview Cemetery Old Saint Anthony's Catholic Church Old St. Patrick's Church One Mile Northeast is the Site of Fort Lipantitlan Padre Island and Padre Nicolas Balli Pat Dunn Ranch Rabbi Sidney A. Wolf Restland Memory Park Richard and Minerva King House Ritz Theater Robstown Labor Camp Robstown Record Santa Margarita Crossing Sidbury House Sidbury-Savage House Simon Gugenheim House Sisters of the Incarnate Word Site of Cheston L. Heath School Site of Kinney's Trading Post Site of Old Salt Mill Site of Santa Petronila Ranch Site of the Corpus Christi Lighthouse Site of the Nueces Hotel Snapka Drive Inn Solomon Coles (1844-1924) and Solomon Coles School St. John Baptist Church St. John Lutheran Church St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church St. Paul Lutheran Church and School Stanley L. Kostoryz Stout Jackson and the Carpa Theaters Sunshine Cemetery Tarpon Inn Temple Beth El The American G.I. Forum The Corpus Christi Caller-Times The Mercer Family on Mustang Island The Ranchero Theodore Merchant Lawrence (January 16, 1861-August 10, 1941) Thomas S. Parker Travis Baptist Church United States Coast Guard on Mustang Island Ward Island William DeRyee William Henderson Maltby World War II Coastal Defenses at the Aransas Pass Wynn Seale Junior High School