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Historical Markers in Cameron, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Milam 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 Milam County, TX (46) Bell County, TX (114) Burleson County, TX (41) Falls County, TX (10) Lee County, TX (32) Robertson County, TX (43) Williamson County, TX (231)  MilamCounty(46) Milam County (46)  BellCounty(114) Bell County (114)  BurlesonCounty(41) Burleson County (41)  FallsCounty(10) Falls County (10)  LeeCounty(32) Lee County (32)  RobertsonCounty(43) Robertson County (43)  WilliamsonCounty(231) Williamson County (231)
Cameron is the county seat for Milam County
Cameron is in Milam County
      Milam County (46)  
ADJACENT TO MILAM COUNTY
      Bell County (114)  
      Burleson County (41)  
      Falls County (10)  
      Lee County (32)  
      Robertson County (43)  
      Williamson County (231)  
 
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1Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7937 — All Saints Episcopal Church
Episcopal worship services were held in Cameron as early as 1860, though All Saints Episcopal Church was not organized as a mission until 1901. The Diocese of Texas purchased this property from A. J. and Jennie Dossett in 1906. This structure was . . . Map (db m129326) HM
2Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7984 — Ben Milam
(Front Panel) Milam (Right Panel) Benjamin Rush Milam born in Kentucky 1788. Soldier in the War of 1812. Trader with the Texas Comanche Indians 1818. Colonel in the Long Expedition in 1820. . . . Map (db m129324) HM
3Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7944 — First Baptist Churchof Cameron
Itinerant ministers J. W. D. Creath and David Fisher organized this church in 1853. The Rev. T. M. Anderson became the congregation's first resident pastor in 1867. Membership was extended to the community's Mexican-Americans in 1914, and in 1919 . . . Map (db m150936) HM
4Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7946 — First Girl's Tomato Club in Texas
The first Girl's Tomato Clubs in Texas were organized in 1912 in Milam County to acquaint young women in rural areas with tomato production and canning techniques. At the request of the United States Department of Agriculture, Mrs. Edna Westbrook . . . Map (db m84662) HM
5Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 16507 — First National Bank of Cameron
Two banks operated in Cameron prior to the establishment of the First National Bank. The Buckholts Exchange Commission, a small frontier deposit office, faltered during the Civil War, and the Milam County Bank closed during the panic of 1895. On . . . Map (db m129325) HM
6Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7949 — First United Methodist Church of Cameron
This congregation began as part of the early Methodist missionary effort in Texas. A camp meeting was held in Milam County in 1841, four years after the first Methodist preachers came to Texas. By 1847, the Rev. Josiah Whipple had helped to organize . . . Map (db m129327) HM
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7Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7943 — Massillon Farley
A soldier of the Texas Army stationed at the camp at Harrisburg April 21, 1836 First chief justice (county judge) of Milam County. Died in 1882Map (db m150846) HM
8Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7985 — Milam County
A part of Robertson's colony in 1834 and a part of the municipality of Viesca, 1835. Created in 1836 and named for Benjamin Rush Milam killed Dec. 5, 1835, in San Antonio. When created, it contained one-sixth of the original land area of Texas. . . . Map (db m129328) HM
9Texas (Milam County), Cameron — Milam County Courthouse
Created in 1835, Milam County's original boundaries extended north and west to include parts of 34 current Texas counties. Government offices were at Nashville-on-the-Brazos and Caldwell before Cameron became county seat in 1846. Two frame buildings . . . Map (db m129398) HM
10Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7986 — Milam County Courthouse
This is the fourth structure to serve as the Milam County courthouse. The local Masonic Lodge laid the cornerstone for the building on July 4, 1891. Designed by architect A.O. Watson of Austin, the courthouse at one time featured a Second Empire . . . Map (db m201936) HM
11Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 14048 — Milam County Jail of 1895
When the 1875 Milam County Jailhouse grew too crowded in the 1890s, it was removed to make room for larger facilities. In March 1895, the Milam County Commissioners awarded a contract to the Pauly Jail Building and Manufacturing Company of St. . . . Map (db m84663) HM
12Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 8006 — Mrs. Edna Westbrook Trigg(December 30, 1868 - November 15, 1946)
Pioneer leader of Texas women in rural club work. While serving as principal of a school near Milano, Mrs. Trigg was asked by the United States Department of Agriculture in 1911 to supervise Texas' first Girls' Tomato Club. Her role included . . . Map (db m129323) HM
13Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 12894 — O.J. Thomas High School
Early efforts to serve the educational needs of Cameron's African American students centered on church instruction at a place called "Little Rocky" Church in the Marlow Community. In 1923, Oscar John Thomas (1894-1977) joined the district to serve . . . Map (db m150904) HM
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14Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7947 — Site of First Home in Cameron
Boyhood home of L. S. "Sul" Ross (1838-1898), Texas Governor from 1887 to 1891. His father Shapley P. Ross, Indian agent and Ranger, built house after moving here about 1841; he chose this site because it had a good spring. L. S. Ross, who was a . . . Map (db m129329) HM
15Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 7998 — St. Monica's Catholic Church
Founded in 1883, the congregation of St. Monica's Catholic Church erected this structure in 1927-28 after a fire had destroyed their previous place of worship. The building exhibits influences of both Palladian and Italian Romanesque architectural . . . Map (db m150905) HM
16Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 8004 — Steamboat Washington Landed Here
In the winter of 1850-1851 with Captain Basil M. Hatfield, Commander, the Steamboat Washington landed here with a shipment of merchandise from Washington-on-the-Brazos to J. W. McCown and Co., mer- chants at Cameron. The . . . Map (db m74414) HM
17Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 12988 — The B.J. and Sue Dollar Baskin Home
In 1883, Benajah Jefferson "B.J." Baskin moved to Cameron with his wife, Anna Lou (Pitts), and extended family from Alabama. Baskin and his brothers-in-law bought a mercantile; he also ventured successfully into farming and ranching. Anna died in . . . Map (db m150950) HM
18Texas (Milam County), Cameron — 16508 — Wied Hardware Store
Albert J. Matocha was born in Austria-Hungary in 1876 and immigrated to Texas with his family as a young boy; the family made their home in the nearby community of Burlington. As a young man, Matocha began working for the Law and Sprinkel Hardware . . . Map (db m150907) HM
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022