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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Brownsville, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Cameron 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 Cameron County, TX (107) Hidalgo County, TX (45) Willacy County, TX (6)  CameronCounty(107) Cameron County (107)  HidalgoCounty(45) Hidalgo County (45)  WillacyCounty(6) Willacy County (6)
Location of Brownsville, Texas
    Cameron County (107)
    Hidalgo County (45)
    Willacy County (6)
    Municipality of Matamoros, Tamaulipas (0)
 
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1Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 1882 Cameron County Courthouse- 1882 -
2Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 13830 — 1912 Cameron County Courthouse
3Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 31 — 1912 Cameron County Jail
4Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 1912 Cameron County Jail- 1912 -
5Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Alonso Building-1877-
6Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 11776 — Alonso Complex
7Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Bollack Department Store-1911-
8Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 2531 — Brownsville Home of Charles Stillman1810 - 1875
9Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 12366 — Brownsville-Matamoros Ferries and River Boardwalk
10Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 641 — Cameron County
11Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 640 — Cameron County Courthouse of 1883-1914
12Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 16755 — Campo Santo Viejo
13Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Celaya BuildingCirca 1850
14Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Divided Loyalties: Hispanics in the Civil WarLower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge Palmito Battlefield
15Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Exploring The BoundariesPalmito Ranch Battlefield National Historic Landmark — The Last Land Battle of the American Civil War—May 12 - 13, 1865 —
16Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Father Pierre Yves Keralum
17Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Federal Court Site
18Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Fernandez Hide Yard1880
19Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Field/Pacheco Complex1893
20Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Field-Pacheco Complex
21Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 17141 — Frank Rabb
22Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Historic Battlefield Trail — Brownsville Hike & Bike Network —
23Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 2530 — Home of Charles Stillman
24Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 2617 — Immaculate Conception Cathedral
25Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Immaculate Conception Cathedral
26Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Immaculate Conception Cathedral- 1854 -
27Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 18827 — Juan H. Fernandez Store
28Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Juan H. Fernandez y Hermano Building- 1883 -
29Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — La Catedral del la Inmaculada Concepcion
30Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 3000 — La Madrileña
31Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — La Madrileña- 1892 -
32Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — La Madrileña
33Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 16054 — Last Battle of the Civil War
34Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Majestic Theatre
35Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 17316 — Manautou Building
36Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Miguel Fernandez Hide Yard
37Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Neale HomeBrownsville Heritage Trail
38Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 3559 — Neale House
39Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Neale House Circa 1850
40Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Old Cameron County Courthouse/Dancy Building- 1912 -
41Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Old County Courthouse Rio Grande Lodge No. 81
42Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Old County Jail / Fernandez Building-1882-
43Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Old Jail
44Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 3917 — Palmetto Piling
45Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Palmito Ranch Battlefield: Last Clash of the Blue and the GrayLower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge
46Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Palo Alto Battlefield
47Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Palo Alto Battlefield- 1846 -
48Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 4080 — Port of Brownsville
49Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 4135 — Public Market and Town Hall
50Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 17140 — Rabb Plantation
51Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Rabb Plantation House- 1891 -
52Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Rock/Gomez Housecirca 1900
53Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Rock-Gomez Residence
54Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Russell/Cocke House1870
55Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 12624 — Sacred Heart Catholic Church
56Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Sacred Heart Church
57Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Sacred Heart Church-1912-
58Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — San Fernando Buildings
59Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — San Roman Building-1850-
60Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 4553 — San Román Building
61Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 4985 — Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger DepotHistoric Brownsville Museum
62Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Stillman House- 1851 -
63Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Stillman House / Residencia Stillman
64Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Stillman House Museum
65Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — The Battle of Palmito RanchLower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge Palmito Battlefield
66Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 5289 — The Battle of Palo Alto
67Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — 5304 — The Chisholm Trail
68Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — The High Price of CottonLower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge Palmito Battlefield
69Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — The Oblates of Mary Immaculate
70Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — The Oldest House in Brownsville
71Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — U.S. Federal Building-1931-
72Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — U.S. Federal Building
73Texas (Cameron County), Brownsville — Whitman's Store-1928-
 
May. 9, 2021