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

Clickable Map of Jackson County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Jackson County, TX (14) Calhoun County, TX (85) Colorado County, TX (117) Lavaca County, TX (103) Matagorda County, TX (109) Victoria County, TX (114) Wharton County, TX (50)  JacksonCounty(14) Jackson County (14)  CalhounCounty(85) Calhoun County (85)  ColoradoCounty(117) Colorado County (117)  LavacaCounty(103) Lavaca County (103)  MatagordaCounty(109) Matagorda County (109)  VictoriaCounty(114) Victoria County (114)  WhartonCounty(50) Wharton County (50)
Edna is the county seat for Jackson County
Adjacent to Jackson County, Texas
      Calhoun County (85)  
      Colorado County (117)  
      Lavaca County (103)  
      Matagorda County (109)  
      Victoria County (114)  
      Wharton County (50)  
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1 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 483 — Brackenridge Cemetery(Seven Miles Southeast)
Among family members buried there: John A. Brackenridge (1800-62), a Warrick County, Ind., neighbor from whom young Abraham Lincoln borrowed law brooks, 1855 founder of Texana Presbyterian Church; his son, George W. Brackenridge (1832-1902), . . . Map (db m124460) HM
2 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 1033 — Confederates of Jackson County
From 1860 population of 2,612 came more than 100 Civil War soldiers, one an infantryman on a crutch: M.K. Simons, a Mexican War amputee, Brigade Quartermaster, 2nd Texas Infantry, C.S.A. Officers included Capt. C.L. Owen, veteran of the Texas . . . Map (db m120606) HM
3 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 1346 — Early Jackson County
Organized, 1837; named for 7th President of U. S., Andrew Jackson. Early hunting grounds of the cannibalistic Karankawa Indians, this region was crossed in 1528 by shipwrecked Spaniard Cabeza de Vaca. French explorer La Salle founded the first . . . Map (db m120603) HM
4 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 1488 — Enon Cemetery
In 1856 the Rev. Joseph I. Loudermilk (1816-1880) came to Jackson County and organized Enon Baptist Church - the first church of that faith in the county. He was pastor from that time until his death, and was buried here. A five-acre site was given . . . Map (db m192563) HM
5 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 2701 — Jackson County
Home of the Karankawa Indians granted in part to Stephen F. Austin and to Martin de Leon. Settled 1824-1835 by colonists largely from Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and, west of the Lavaca, Mexico. Organized as a municipality December 5, . . . Map (db m120609) HM
6 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 2703 — Jackson County, C.S.A.
In 1861, voted for secession 147 to 77. With its beef and cotton, helped supply South. Furnished salt from beds near Cox's Creek; hides and tallow from a plant between Port Lavaca and Texana; lead from Navidad mine (now a "lost mine"). Homefolk . . . Map (db m120605) HM
7 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 2992 — La Bauve-Young-Payne Home
Built in 1888, of cypress and Texas heart pine, using square nails, wooden pegs. Restored 1956, by the L.A. Paynes. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, 1967.Map (db m134435) HM
8 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 3178 — Macaroni Station
Forerunner of town of Edna; a camp and commissary during the building of the New York, Texas & Mexican railway, 1880-1882. Count Joseph Telfener, one of the railway investors, brought laborers from his native Italy; station was nicknamed for . . . Map (db m124472) HM
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9 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 3406 — Mission Nuestra Señora del Espiritu Santo de Zuñiga
Situated in the present county of Jackson was the mission of Nuestra Señora del Espiritu Santo de Zuñiga. Established by Joseph de Azlor, Marquis of Aguayo, and Father Fray Agustin Patron, O.F.M. in 1722 for the civilizing and Christianizing of the . . . Map (db m120608) HM
10 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 4745 — Site of Camp Independence
A part of the first army of the Texas Republic, under the command of General Felix Huston, and later of General Albert Sidney Johnston, was stationed here from December, 1836, until furloughed by order of President Sam Houston on May 18, 1837. . . . Map (db m134420) HM
11 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 5237 — Site of the Old Town of Texana
Founded in 1834 by Dr. F. F. Wells personal friend of Stephen F. Austin · County seat of Jackson County from 1835-1883 · Old home of Capt. Clark L. Owen of Civil War fame · Here the following were first organized in Jackson County: Methodist Church . . . Map (db m167911) HM
12 Texas, Jackson County, Edna — 1567 — The Famous Lavaca-Navidad Meeting of 1835
At the cotton gin of William Millican, near here, on July 17, 1835, occurred the significant Lavaca-Navidad Meeting, held by pioneers living near the two rivers. James Kerr, the founder of Gonzales, was chairman and the Rev. S. C. A. Rogers, . . . Map (db m124463) HM
13 Texas, Jackson County, Ganado — 2101 — Ganado
Established in 1882 as a shipping point on New York, Texas & Mexican Railroad. Named Ganado (Spanish for "herd") by railroad official. Became a boomtown in 1891-92 when Scandinavian immigrants settled area. Today a farm, oil and shipping . . . Map (db m134470) HM
14 Texas, Jackson County, Ganado — 16128 — Little School of the 400
The Little School of the 400 was an educational project developed to integrate Spanish-speaking school children into the mainstream public school population. The program sought to teach these children a vocabulary of 400 essential words to enable . . . Map (db m166418) HM
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Sep. 27, 2023