“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Texas County, Missouri

Clickable Map of Texas County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Texas County, MO (3) Dent County, MO (3) Douglas County, MO (1) Howell County, MO (6) Laclede County, MO (8) Phelps County, MO (56) Pulaski County, MO (24) Shannon County, MO (4) Wright County, MO (11)  TexasCounty(3) Texas County (3)  DentCounty(3) Dent County (3)  DouglasCounty(1) Douglas County (1)  HowellCounty(6) Howell County (6)  LacledeCounty(8) Laclede County (8)  PhelpsCounty(56) Phelps County (56)  PulaskiCounty(24) Pulaski County (24)  ShannonCounty(4) Shannon County (4)  WrightCounty(11) Wright County (11)
Houston is the county seat for Texas County
Adjacent to Texas County, Missouri
      Dent County (3)  
      Douglas County (1)  
      Howell County (6)  
      Laclede County (8)  
      Phelps County (56)  
      Pulaski County (24)  
      Shannon County (4)  
      Wright County (11)  
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1 Missouri, Texas County, Houston — Texas County Missouri
(Front Side) Texas County, largest county in Missouri, is 998.06 square miles of Ozark Highland. Rugged hills, springs, creeks, rivers and caves abound. The area was part of the 1808 Osage Indian Land cession. Though named for the . . . Map (db m99417) HM
2 Missouri, Texas County, Houston — Texas County War Memorial
Dedicated to Those Who Gave Their Lives in Defense of Liberty From Texas County Dedicated Nov. 11, 1987 World War I Agee, Lee F. • Arms, James W. • Bell, Ernest M. • Blankenship, Fred L. • Brown, Willie H. • Courtney, Charley . . . Map (db m99418) WM
3 Missouri, Texas County, Houston — The Lone Star Mill
The Lone Star Mill, three miles west of Houston on the Piney River, was a gathering spot for community, a timely industry and the source of Houston's first electric plant in 1908. It was a popular and prominent player in Houston's history and . . . Map (db m186167) HM
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Jun. 4, 2023