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Historical Markers in Orange County



Atakapan Indians of Orange County
Benckenstein, Leonard Frederick
Beuhler, Emmett, House
Black Education in Orange County
Bland-Bazzano House
Brown, Edgar William, Dr.
Brown, Samuel M., Dr.
Chandler, Laura
Cole, John
Cole Settlement
Curry, Putnam B.
End of the Line Station
Evergreen Cemetery
First Baptist Church of Orange
First Christian Church
First National Bank of Orange
First United Methodist Church of Orange
Gilmer, Alexander
Harmon, John
Howell-Linscomb Home
Jackson-Hustmyre House
Jett, Absolam
Jorgensen House
Kishi Colony
Latchem, Emma George
Levingston, George M.
Levingston, Samuel H.
Linscomb Cemetery
Joe and Annie Lucas House
Lutcher & Moore Lumber Company
Lutcher Memorial Church Building
Lutcher, Henry Jacob
Madison Lodge No. 126, A.F. & A.M.
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Neyland-Gilmer House
Niblett's Bluff
Norsworthy, B.H.
Ochiltree, Hugh
Orange
Orange Chamber of Commerce
Orange County
Orange County and the Civil War
Orange Leader
Pattillo, George Alexander
Rainbow Bridge
Russell, Robert B.
Saint Paul Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Saint Therese Catholic Church
Salem United Methodist Church
Sawmill Industry in Orange County
Saxon, Charles Holmes
Sholars, Samuel Wallace, M.D.
Sims, Jimmy O.
St. Mary's Catholic Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Stark, John Thomas
Stark, W.H., House
Stark, William Henry
Swinford, Jerome
U.S.S. Aulick
West, Clairborne
Williamson, William
Williamson Settlement
Winfree, Abraham
Wingate, David Robert
Woman's Club of Orange, The
Woodmen of the World Lodge Building
World War II P.O.W. Camp



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