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Historical Sites In Matagorda County

Albert Clinton Horton
Battle Island
Bird Hunting at Big Boggy in 1894
Christ Church
Christ Episcopal Church
City of Matagorda
Confederate Defenses at the Mouth of Caney Creek
Crossing the bar from Indianola
D. P. and Louise Moore House
Daily Tribune and Matagorda County Tribune
Dale-Rugeley-Sisk Home ca. 1830
Deming's Bridge Community
Dr. Albert Moses Levy
Early Texas Freighting
First Burials in Matagorda Cemetery, Benjamin Wightman and Esther Randall Wightman
First High School in Bay City
Fisher-Sargent-Gottschalk House
Grove Hill Missionary Baptist Church
Hensley - Gusman House
Home of Horace Yeamans
Hotel Blessing
Ira Ingram
Ira Ingram, First Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives
La Salle Shipwreck
Luther Hotel
Major George Morse Collinsworth
Masonic Lodge #411
Matagorda Cemetery
Matagorda County
Matagorda in 1850
Matagorda Lodge No. 7, A.F. & A.M.
Matagorda Methodist Church
Matagorda, C.S.A.
Old Hawley Cemetery
Old Matagorda Post Office
Palacios (Ghost Town)
Palacios Preparatory School
Port Austin (Ghost Town)
Richardson Royster Royal
S. Rhoads Fisher
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Sargent Cemetery
Selkirk Island
Seth Ingram
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
Sinclair David Gervais
Site of Caney Post Office
Site of Dream Colony of Jane McManus
St. Francis Catholic
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Texas Baptist Encampment Grounds
The A. B. Pierce Home
The Culver Home
The F. Cornelius House
World War I and II Memorial

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