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Historical Sites In Lavaca County

Jan. 1, 1863 --- Jan. 1, 1914
50th Anniversary of Battle of Galveston
Arthur Henry Vollentine
Captain Charles Welhausen
Captain Leiper Willoughby
Estate of John Hallett
Ezzell School
First Baptist Church of Hallettsville
First Baptist Church of Yoakum
First Methodist Church of Hallettsville
First Methodist Church of Shiner
First Methodist Church of Yoakum
First National Bank of Hallettsville
First Presbyterian Church of Yoakum
General John W. Whitfield
Hallettsville Memorial Park
Hallettsville Public Schools
Herder Half Moon Place
Joel Ponton
John Wilkins Whitfield
Joseph Kent
Lavaca County Courthouse
Masonic Lodge Building
Murchison Lodge No. 80, A.F. & A.M.
Old Hanging Tree
Orth-Fitch House
Park Place School Building
Paul Scarborough
Pilot Grove Church and Cemetery
Pioneers Settlers Killed by the Indians Comanches and Tonkahues
Ruins of Brushy Creek Church
Saint Ludmila's Academy
Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church
Shiner Opera House
Shiner-Welhausen Homestead
Site of Oak Grove School
Spoetzl Brewery
St. Mary's Parish
St. Peter Lutheran Church
Stephen Tucker Foley
The Lay-Bozka House
The Trail Drivers of Southwest Texas
The United Methodist Church of Hope
Vsetin Cemetery
West-Wagner Homestead
Wild Man of the Navidad
William Green House
William Smothers

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