Historical Markers in
Polk County, Texas

Abbott Springs Meadows Cemetery Adams Cemetery Augustus Darby Home Bethel Baptist Church Birthplace of Margo Jones Bluewater Cemetery Capt. Hardy B. Purvis Captain Isaac Newton Moreland Turner, C. S. A. Central Baptist Church Chief John Blount Chief John Scott Confederate Service of Alabama and Coushatta Indians Damascus Missionary Baptist Church Davison Home Dunbar High School E. C. Matthews Home Early Indian Trails Early Roads in Polk County Education in Livingston Feagin Cemetery First Baptist Church First Methodist Church of Livingston First National Bank First State Bank of Livingston Forest Hill Cemetery G. G. Nettles Home Goodrich School Greenfield Cemetery James Burch John C. Leggett House John Kale House Lilly Island Cemetery Livingston Livingston Telephone Company Locomotive No. 5 Magee-Love Log House Magnolia Hill Cemetery Major Henry W. Augustine Margaret V. "Margo" Jones Menard Chapel Church, School, and Cemetery Midway Cemetery Moscow Moscow Baptist Church Moscow Male and Female Academy Moscow Masonic Male and Female Academy Moscow, Camden & San Augustine Railroad Near Boyhood Home of John Wesley Hardin Nelson Henry Rice Cemetery Nettles Cemetery Oates Cemetery Old Bean Place Old City Cemetery (Old Livingston Cemetery) Onalaska First United Methodist Church P. B. Maxey Home Paddlewheels on the Trinity Polk County Polk County Courthouse "Polk County Enterprise" Polk County, C. S. A. R.A. McCaghren Cemetery Roscoe D. Holliday Saxon Family Homestead Site of Old Andress Inn Site of Smithfield Site of the Town of Swartwout Sunflower Baptist Church Texas Statesman William Pettus Hobby The Sawyer House Town of Corrigan Trinity Lodge No. 14, A.F. & A.M. Union Springs Baptist Church Valentine Burch Village of the Alabama and Coushatti Indians West Tempe Cemetery Wheeler Cemetery Whitehead Home William Barnett Hardin
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