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Texas Historic Markers in City of Henderson
1. Oil Derrick- Depot Museum 514 North High Street – Texas Historical Subject Marker

2. Howard Dickinson House –501 South Main Street -Texas Historical Medallion

3. General James Smith Park – Corner of South Main Street & Jacksonville Drive, Texas Historical  (1936 Centennial Pink Granite Marker)

4. Thomas J. Rusk Statue – 115 North Main Street on Courthouse Lawn (1936 Centennial Pink Granite Marker)

5. William Wright Morris Grave – Old City Cemetery Corner of  West Fordall St. & North Van Buren Texas – Historical Subject Marker

6. Thomas Gathwright & R. T. Milner Graves – Old city Cemetery, Corner of  West Fordall St. and North Van Buren -Texas Historical Subject Marker

7. Rev. William Craig Grave – Old City Cemetery, Corner of   West Fordall St. and North Van Buren -Texas Historical Subject Marker

8. First Baptist Church – 207 West Main Street- Texas Historical Subject Marker

9. M. Kangerga Home – 501 North High Street   Texas Historical Medallion

10. Shawnee Town – 2320 Hwy 79 South- Texas Historical Medallion  (1936 Centennial Pink Granite Marker)

11. T. J Walling Cabin – 514 North High Street Depot Museum – Texas Historical Medallion

12. Arnold Outhouse – 514 North High Street Depot Museum – Texas Historical Medallion

13. Clinton Masonic Lodge # 23 – 401 West Main Street – Texas Historical Subject Marker

14. First United Methodist Church – 204 North Marshall – Texas Historical Subject Marker

15. Hardeman-Griffith House – 313 East Main Street – Texas Historical Medallion

16. Rusk County Railroads – 514 North High Street, Depot Museum Complex – Texas Historical Subject Marker

17. Depot Building – Texas Sesquicentennial Capsule marker – 115 North Main Street on Courthouse Lawn

18. Depot Building – 514 North High Street Depot Museum Complex – Texas Historical Subject Marker

19. Beall- Ross Home – 514 North High Street Depot Museum Complex – Texas Historical Subject Marker

20. Masonic Lodge Building – 101 North Main Street, Texas Historical Subject Marker – National Register Marker

21. Merritt Building – 100 East Main Street – Texas Historical Subject Marker

22. Rusk County Agriculture – 514 North High Street Depot Museum Complex – Texas Historic Subject Marker

23 .Mattie Trammell’s School House – 600 North High Street – Texas Historical Building Medallion

24. Downtown Henderson – Texas Historical Subject Markers

25. Lost Graves of Smith Family – Corner of South Main Street and Jacksonville Drive.  Local Marker beside the General Smith Tomb.

City of Henderson
Dept of Tourism
Tele:  866-650-5529
E-mail:  tourism@hendersontx.us

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