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Historical Markers in Barstow, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Ward County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Ward County, TX (13) Crane County, TX (7) Ector County, TX (53) Loving County, TX (6) Pecos County, TX (56) Reeves County, TX (20) Winkler County, TX (15)  WardCounty(13) Ward County (13)  CraneCounty(7) Crane County (7)  EctorCounty(53) Ector County (53)  LovingCounty(6) Loving County (6)  PecosCounty(56) Pecos County (56)  ReevesCounty(20) Reeves County (20)  WinklerCounty(15) Winkler County (15)
Monahans is the county seat for Ward County
Barstow is in Ward County
      Ward County (13)  
ADJACENT TO WARD COUNTY
      Crane County (7)  
      Ector County (53)  
      Loving County (6)  
      Pecos County (56)  
      Reeves County (20)  
      Winkler County (15)  
 
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1Texas (Ward County), Barstow — 5645 — Early Public Library
Vicinity of Early Public Library The Republic of Texas set a cultural example by legislation for a state library in 1839. In 1874 cities were authorized to establish public libraries, but most were privately financed. A library near . . . Map (db m61216) HM
2Texas (Ward County), Barstow — 4789 — First Ward County Courthouse
Site of First Ward County Courthouse A three-story red sandstone courthouse with a domed cupola was constructed here in 1893, one year after Barstow was elected first Ward County seat. The first elected officials to serve in the courthouse . . . Map (db m61215) HM
3Texas (Ward County), Barstow — 3830 — Old Ward County Bank
C.E. Pierce, an early advocate of irrigated agricultural lands for the Pecos River valley, had this building constructed in 1901 to house Ward County's first bank. Never incorporated, the bank lost money due to area crop failures and closed in . . . Map (db m61214) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Oct. 4, 2022