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Victoria County, Texas
6 Flags over Victoria
Victoria County was originated in 1836 from the Old Mexican Municipality.
We are proud to have had all Six Flags of Texas flown over our county. We invite you to make an online visit of our
city via the links below, to our county, and our history, which is yet being unveiled.
the Museum of the Coastal Bend in Victoria to learn about the early
history of Victoria. Some of the LaSalle Odyssey story and artifacts are
located here. See the cannons from the ship, The Belle, along with
other artifacts from Matagorda Bay, where it was salvaged.
The Museum of the Coastal Bend tells the story of the
Fort Saint Louis Archeological Project ,
located on Garcitas Creek in Victoria County.
Victoria Preservation, Inc.
More historical homes, information, pictures, and our Courthouse renovation project. Old Victoria Courthouse, restored.
Espiritu Santo Mission Ruins,
Victoria County. Site of the First Cattle Ranch in Texas.
Historical marker placed, 2000.
Texas Historical Commission
Victoria Historical Sites listed on the state database.
Virtual Victoria A wonderful online picture tour of our historic city, including history and genealogical information. Pictured is the Power Home, Guadalupe Victoria Chapter Home.
McNamara House Museum
Victoria Regional Museums Association
Visit the Nave Fine Arts Museum, Online Gallery, and the McNamara House Historical Museum.
Victoria Public Library Victoria College
Victoria Shared Library System
Browse the catalog of the interconnected Victoria Public Library and Victoria College Library.
Victoria County Genealogical Society
Victoria County GenWeb Genealogy Resource Page, and information about the Society activities.
A cattle ranch in Victoria County.
Guadalupe River. Riverside Park, Victoria.
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of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Web hyperlinks to non-DAR sites are not the responsibility of the NSDAR, the
state organizations, or individual DAR chapters.
25 October 2004
© 1998 - 2004 Guadalupe Victoria Chapter, TSDAR
Full Site Revision - November 2000
Original site Visitors: 585
VIS Chairman -
All © pictures on this site are the
property of Billye D. Jackson.
set to stop at one cycle. Requires sound card & plug-in.. Windows
Media Player, or other.
John P. Sousa "Daughters of Texas" midi file.
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