Historical Markers in
Smith County, Texas

Antioch Baptist Church At this site was the camp of the Army of the Republic of Texas Barber Cemetery Bascom Cemetery Bethesda Presbyterian Church and Cemetery Bullard Cemetery Bullard Water Well Butler College Camp Fannin Camp Fannin Internment Camp World War II P.O.W. Camp Camp Ford Camp Ford Camp of the Army of the Republic of Texas Cedar Street United Methodist Church Chilton-Lipstate-Taylor House Christ Episcopal Church City of Tyler Colonel Bryan Marsh Colonel Richard B. Hubbard Colonel Thomas R. Bonner Confederate Arms Factory Damascus Baptist Church Deaf Smith County Deaf Smith Courthouse, 1910 Dewberry Plantation House Duck Creek Soil Erosion Project El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church Elisha Everett Lott Erasmus M. Hanna House First Baptist Church of Tyler First Baptist Church of Whitehouse First Baptist Church of Winona First Christian Church of Tyler First County Agricultural Extension Agent First Presbyterian Church, U. S. of Troup First United Methodist Church of Troup Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery Flint Cemetery Frank Bell House Garden Valley Gary Elementary School Ghost Towns of Deaf Smith County Goodman Home, 1857 Great Cowboy Strike, Site of Harris Creek Cemetery Hawthorne Cemetery Head of Navigation on the Sabine River, Belzora Landing Headache Springs, C. S. A. Medical Laboratory Hebron Baptist Church Henry Gary House Henry Miller Morgan Hereford Christian College Hereford High School Hopewell Baptist Church Hubbard Family Cemetery In the vicinity of Harris' place In this vicinity extended the Vial-Fragoso Trail James Calhoun Hill John B. and Ketura Douglas House John Franklin Overton Judge Stockton Donley La Plata Mackenzie Trail Major James P. Douglas Major John Dean House Marvin Methodist Church Milburn-Gary House Mothers Park Murphey the Jeweler Near Site of C.S.A. Ordnance Plant Neches Saline, C. S. A. New Harmony Baptist Church Nicholas Wren Noonday Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery Omen (Canton) Community P. O. W. Camp Chapel Palo Duro Baptist Church Palo Duro Wildorado Cemetery Pine Springs Baptist Church Pinkston Cemetery Pioneer Windmill Pleasant Retreat United Methodist Church Prisoner of War Camp Chapel Ramey House Richard Bennett Hubbard Rudolph Bergfeld Sabine Methodist Church Sartain Homestead Seven League Cemetery Shamburger Cemetery Site of Flora Smith Cemetery Smith County Smith County as a 19th Century Legal Center Smith County Jail, 1881 Smith County Rose Industry and the Tyler Rose Garden Smith County, C. S. A. St. Anthony's Catholic School Starrville Cemetery (HTC) Starrville Community Starrville Community Center Texas College The Connally Home The E. B. Black Residence The George R. Philips House The Kay House The Patterson Home The Thompson House Tomas G. Pollard, Sr. Town of Dawn Town Without a Toothache Troup City Cemetery Two-Wheel Fire Hose Reel Tyler Carnegie Library Tyler Commercial College Tyler Junior College Tyler Tap Railroad Union Chapel Cemetery and Church Union Grove Cemetery Union Grove Cemetery Whisenhunt-Kinzie House Whitaker-McClendon House Willie Lee Campbell Glass Woman's Building Wood-Verner Cemetery Yarbrough Building
The Texas Rangers, a famous law enforcement agency, were first organized in 1835 to protect settlers from Native American attacks.
~ Texas random facts