Historical Markers in
Victoria County, Texas

1892 Victoria County Courthouse 201st Fighter Squadron, Mexican Expeditionary Air Force (The Aztec Eagles) A. Goldman Home Abel Seymour Cunningham Abraham Levi House Agapito De Leon Alexander Lowe House B. F. Williams House Beck Ranch Headquarters Billy Kyle Ranch House Brownson's Bank C. T. Beck Ranch Callender Home Camp Henry E. McCulloch Camp Henry E. McCullough Camp Victoria Captain James P. January Carlos de la Garza Coletoville Cemetery Confederate Memorial Crescent Valley Cemetery Darwin M. Stapp De Leon Plaza Don Martin De Leon Dona Patricia De La Garza De Leon (1775-1849) Early Victoria Home Edward Conrad El Camino Real in Victoria County Evergreen Cemetery of Victoria F.W. Gross High School Felix De Leon Fernando De Leon First Baptist Church of Victoria First English Evangelical Lutheran Church First Presbyterian Church of Victoria First United Methodist Church of Victoria Fleming-Welder House Fort St. Louis Fossati's Delicatessen Foster Army Air Field Friedrech and Margaretha Hiller House Garza, Carlos de la George H. Hauschild Building Gilbert Onderdonk and Nursery, Texas Goldman Ginnery Guadalupe River Hauschild Opera House Henderson House Hill-O'Connor-Howard House Home of Empresario Martin De Leon Infant Jesus of Prague Catholic Church J. Meredith Tatton House Jacob Fox House James A. McFaddin Home Joe F. and Amelia Jecker House John Howland Wood John J. Linn John Joseph Linn Home John Van Bibber Judge Alexander Phillips Home McFaddin Mercantile McFaddin Post Office McNamara House Memorial Square Memorial Square Cemetery Mission Espiritu Santo Cattle Ranch Mission Nuestra S. Del E. Santo De Zuniga Mitchell School Mount Salem American Baptist Church Mundt Place Murphy Home Murphy Ranch Noll School and Cemetery Nursery Cemetery O'Connor-Proctor Building Old Federal Building Old Grist Mill Old L.D. Heaton Home Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Palestine Missionary Baptist Church Pela House Peter Underhay Pridham Phillips-Sale House Pioneer Marker Power Home Proctor House Regan House Robert H. and Pauline Clark House Robert L. Dabney House Robert S. Weisiger Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery Saint Joseph Catholic Church Salem Sengele Home Shillerville Cemetery Sidney Roper Weisiger Silvestre De Leon Site of Mission Nuestra Senora del Espiritu Santo de Zuniga Site of Round Top House Site of Southern Pacific Railroad Depot Site of Victoria's First Church St. Mary's Catholic Church Temple B'nai Israel The Victoria Advocate The Woodhouse Home Thurmond Building Tonkawa Bank (Vista of Mission Espiritu Santo) Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Victor M. Rose Victor Marion Rose Victoria Victoria Advocate Victoria County Victoria County Victoria County Honor Roll Victoria County Monument Victoria County, C.S.A. Victoria Pumping Station Viola Case Webster Chapel United Methodist Church William Pinckney McLean William Robert Smith
The first oil well in the United States was drilled in Texas in 1859. The discovery of oil transformed the economy of the state and helped to make Texas one of the wealthiest states in the nation.
~ Texas random facts