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Carson County Historical Markers

39 Historical Markers
1 Museum
1 National Register Listed Site

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33rd Anniversary National Convention
6666 Dixon Creek Ranch
Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railroad Depot
Callaghan Memorial Library, Panhandle
Carson County, Panhandle (Erected: 1965)
Carson County, Panhandle (Erected: 1936)
Carson County Square House Museum, Panhandle
Carson County Square House Museum, Panhandle (NR entry)
Conway Community Church, Conway
Conway Community Church, Panhandle
Dr. Charles L. Fields (1858-1941), Groom
Finch-Lord-Nelson and the Founding of Panhandle City, Panhandle
First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church Building
First Rotary Drilling Rig Used in Texas Panhandle
First Tree
Groom, Groom
Gulf Burnett No. 2 (Carson County Oil Discovery Well)
Hotel at White Deer, White Deer
Jackson General Store, White Deer (Erected: 1986)

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Jackson General Store, White Deer (Erected: 1967)
John A. Holmes (1886-1929), Panhandle
Last Great Panhandle Cattle Drive to Montana, Panhandle
Last Great Panhandle Cattle Drive to Montana, White Deer
Methodism in Panhandle, Panhandle
Old County Bookmobile, First "Inside Service" Bookmobile in Texas, Panhandle
Oldest Bank in the Texas Panhandle, Panhandle
Panhandle, Panhandle
Panhandle Cemetery, Panhandle
Panhandle Herald
Pioneer Dugout
Polish Settlers of White Deer, White Deer
Purvines Ranch Home, Panhandle
State National Bank, Groom
Temple Lea Houston (August 12, 1860-August 15, 1905), Panhandle
Terminus of the Santa Fe Railroad - Panhandle, Texas, Panhandle
Texas Panhandle Pioneers-John F. Weatherly Family, Panhandle
Texas Panhandle Pioneers-The Simms Brothers
The Square House, Panhandle
Thomas Cree Homesite, Panhandle
White Deer, White Deer

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This page was last updated June 30, 2008.