Historical Markers in
Taylor County, Texas

45th Infantry Division at Camp Barkeley Abilene High School, Original Site of Abilene Municipal Cemetery Abilene Woman's Club Building Buffalo Gap Cemetery Buffalo Gap College Butler, Dr. William & Beatrice, Home Butterfield Mail and Stage Line Camp Barkeley Castle Peak Cedar Gap Community Childers Classical Institute Claiborne Walker Merchant Company I, 7th Texas Infantry Cornelia Clark Fort Drummond Cemetery Dyess Elementary School Ernie Wilson Museum Eugenia Pickard First Exploratory Oil Well in Taylor County First Taylor County Jail - Courthouse Fletcher Ranch Hardin-Simmons University Hashknife Ranch, Site of Old Headquarters Hattie and Henry Sayles, Sr., House Hotel Wooten In Vicinity of Coronado's Camp J. G. Higginbotham House James Harrison Parramore James Winford Hunt Jim Ned Creek Laughter Undertaking Company Lawn Atlas ICBM Launch Facility Lindbergh in West Texas Lt. Col. William E. Dyess Lytle Gap-Potosi Methodist Church Macedonia Baptist Church Magee House McMurry College Mexican-American / Americanization School Miss Clara Bussell Morgan Jones Mount Zion Baptist Church Mountain Pass Station Mulberry Canyon Near Site of Indian Battle Ned, Jim, Creek Ned, Jim, Creek (stolen) Old Weather Bureau Building Parramore Post #57, American Legion Pine Street Shoot Out Sacred Heart Catholic Church Site of Abilene's First School Site of Curfew by John J. Clinton Site of Guitar Mansion Site of Old Headquarters of the Hashknife Ranch Site of Thornton's Store Site of Western Cattle Trail Taylor County Taylor County Taylor, Edward, James, & George Texas & Pacific Railroad Depot Texas & Pacific Railway: First Railroad Across West Texas The Civilian Conservation Corps at Abilene State Park Town of Buffalo Gap Valley Creek Station Valley Creek Station, Site of Vicinity of Indian Fight Vicinity of Indian Fight William G. and Shirley Swenson Home Willis, Thomas Middlebrook