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Historical Markers in Camp Wood, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Real 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 Real County, TX (16) Bandera County, TX (51) Edwards County, TX (18) Kerr County, TX (86) Uvalde County, TX (54)  RealCounty(16) Real County (16)  BanderaCounty(51) Bandera County (51)  EdwardsCounty(18) Edwards County (18)  KerrCounty(86) Kerr County (86)  UvaldeCounty(54) Uvalde County (54)
Leakey is the county seat for Real County
Camp Wood is in Real County
      Real County (16)  
ADJACENT TO REAL COUNTY
      Bandera County (51)  
      Edwards County (18)  
      Kerr County (86)  
      Uvalde County (54)  
 
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1Texas (Real County), Camp Wood — 808 — Charles A. Lindbergh in Texas
Texas was important in the career of aviation hero Charles A. Lindbergh (1902-75). When he bought his first World War I surplus Jenny in Georgia, he flew it to Texarkana in 1923, so he could say he had flown in Texas -- the ambition . . . Map (db m161274) HM
2Texas (Real County), Camp Wood — 4125 — Private Frank Marshall, C.S.A.
Buried here, 3/10 mi. from Camp Wood. A 29-year-old Harrison Countian, symbolizes Texans who died for the Confederacy in the Arizona-New Mexico campaign. Served from April 19,1861, till death June 16, in W.P. Lane Rangers in second front stretched . . . Map (db m175831) HM
3Texas (Real County), Camp Wood — 4749 — Site of Camp Wood
Established May 20, 1857, as a means of preventing Indian raids on the San Antonio—El Paso route and the Rio Grande Valley • Abandoned March 15th, 1861, when Federal troops were withdrawn from Texas.Map (db m24382) HM
4Texas (Real County), Camp Wood — 4547 — Site of the Mission San Lorenzo De La Santa Cruz
Founded by the Franciscan Missionaries among the Lipan Apache Indians in 1762 • Abandoned in 1769Map (db m24381) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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May. 21, 2022