Kleberg County

Including Kingsville, Loyola Beach,
Riviera Beach and more

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Historical Sites and Stories
Griffin's Landing (Padre Island)
The Curry Settlement (Padre Island)
The Karankawa Indians (Padre Island)
The King Ranch in 1864 (Kingsville)
The Lively Family (Padre Island)
The Novillo Line Camp (Padre Island)
Historical Markers
1766 Exploration of Diego Ortiz Parrilla (Riviera)
Approximate Route of U.S. Army March to the Rio Grande, 1846 (Riviera)
Camp Kingsville, U.S.A. (Kingsville)
Camp San Fernando (Kingsville)
Dawson Richard Murchison (Kingsville)
Englishmen in South Texas, 1568 (Kingsville)
Federal Raid from Camp Boveda (Riviera)
First Producing Gas Well in Kleberg County (Kingsville)
Henrietta M. King High School (Kingsville)
Historic Cattle Dipping Vat (Kingsville)
Indian Burial Ground (Dietz Archeological Site) (Riviera)
King Ranch (Kingsville)
King Ranch, C.S.A. (Kingsville)
Kingsville Cotton Mill (Kingsville)
Kingsville Railroad Depot (Kingsville)
Kleberg County
Mexican Activities at Santa Gertrudis in the 1830's (Kingsville)
Near Site of Hide and Tallow Plant ( King Ranch, 1866-69) (Kingsville)
Riviera United Methodist Church (Riviera)
Robert J. Kleberg Public Library (Kingsville)
Santa Gertrudis, Headquarters of the King Ranch (Kingsville)
Taylor Camp Site (Kingsville)
Uriah Lott (Kingsville)

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