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Historical Sites In Refugio County

Amon B. King
Bird Hunting on the Aransas River in 1894
Birdhunting near Refugio in 1894
Black Point (Ghost Town)
Colonel A.M. Hobby; Hobby's 8th Texas Infantry Regiment, C.S.A.
El Copano (Ghost Town)
Irish Immigrants in Refugio
King's Men Monument
Nicholas Fagan
Old Saint Mary's Cemetery
Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church
Peter Henry Fagan House
Port Preston (Ghost Town)
Preston Rose Austin (November 11, 1872-September 29, 1929)
Refugio City Hall
Refugio County Courthouses
Sally Scull
Site of the Home of Captain Ira Westover
Site of the Town of Copano
St. Mary's (Ghost Town)
The House on Willow Creek
The Old Driscoll Homestead
Urrea Oaks
Woodworth House
Yucatan Soliders' Burial Site

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