Historical Markers in
Walker County, Texas

Akin Hill Angier Farm Anthony Martin Branch Austin College Building Austin Hall Baker, James Addison Ball, The Rev. Thomas H. Bath Cemetery Besser, General John Slater Bethea Creek Bishop Ward Normal and Collegiate Institute Black Jack Methodist Church and Cemetery Boettcher House Boswell Baptist Church Broyles Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Buck Foster Cemetery Camp Huntsville, World War II Prisoner of War Camp Capt. Benjamin I. Harper Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery Chalk Cemetery Christopher C. Edinburg Clapp Cemetery Cook Springs Baptist Church Cunningham, Minnie Fisher Dodge East Sandy Community Eastham-Thomason House Ebenezer Baptist Church Ebenezer Cemetery Elijah Collard Emancipation Park Farris Chapel Methodist Church First Baptist Church of Huntsville First Christian Church of Huntsville First Missionary Baptist Church First Presbyterian Church of Huntsville First United Methodist Church of Huntsville Forrest Lodge No. 19, A.F.&A.M. Forrest Lodge No. 19, AF & AM Founding of Huntsville and of Historic Indian Post George Washington Grant and Grant's Colony Gibbs-Powell House Harmony Cemetery Harmony Grove Missionary Baptist Church Henderson Yoakum Henderson Yoakum Homesite Henry Opera House Hezekiah Faris Hillary Mercer Crabb Houston, Margaret Moffette Lea Huntsville Branch Railway, "Tilley's Tap" Huntsville Item Huntsville Springs Huntsville "Walls" Unit James and Rhoda Creel Beall Winters Jardine-Brown House Jasper Missionary Baptist Church Jesse Parker John Frelan Winters Josey Boy Scout Lodge Joshua Houston Mark Manning Martha's Chapel McAdams Cemetery McAdams Homeplace Newport Oakwood Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery Old Gibbs Store "Old" Main Building Original Site of The Steamboat House Peabody Library Building Pleasant Williams Kittrell Powell Sanctuary Pritchett House Rogersville Sallie E. Gibbs Sam Houston Sam Houston Industrial and Training School Samuel Calhoun Cemetery Site of Andrew Female College Site of Andrew Female College Site of Boettcher's Mill Site of Cincinnati Site of Cumberland Presbyterian Church Site of the Home of Henderson Yoakum Site of Thomas Plantation and Steamboat Landing St. James United Methodist Church of Huntsville St. Joseph's Catholic Church State Penitentiary C.S.A. and Texas Civil War Manufacturing Steamboat House The Five Courthouses of Walker County The Huntsville Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1867 The Seven Hills of Huntsville Thomas Cemetery Town of Riverside Union Hill Church Walker County Walker County Walker County Walker County Waverly Cemetery Western Grove Baptist Church William Luther Dean Woodland, Home of Sam Houston Wynne House
The Battle of San Jacinto fought on April 21, 1836, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution, and led to the capture of Santa Anna and the end of the conflict.
~ Texas random facts