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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Canadian, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Hemphill 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 Hemphill County, TX (35) Gray County, TX (28) Lipscomb County, TX (24) Roberts County, TX (11) Wheeler County, TX (41) Ellis County, OK (0) Roger Mills County, OK (3)  HemphillCounty(35) Hemphill County (35)  GrayCounty(28) Gray County (28)  LipscombCounty(24) Lipscomb County (24)  RobertsCounty(11) Roberts County (11)  WheelerCounty(41) Wheeler County (41)  EllisCountyOklahoma(0) Ellis County (0)  RogerMillsCounty(3) Roger Mills County (3)
Location of Canadian, Texas
    Hemphill County (35)
    Gray County (28)
    Lipscomb County (24)
    Roberts County (11)
    Wheeler County (41)
    Ellis County, Oklahoma (0)
    Roger Mills County, Oklahoma (3)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2494 — 133 Yards East to Site of Historic Cottonwood
2Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 176 — Anvil Park Ranch
3Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 565 — Buffalo Wallow Battle Ground
4Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 697 — Canadian River Trails
5Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — Canadian River Wagon Bridge
6Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 16310 — Cataline Cemetery
7Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 17846 — Edith Ford Memorial Cemetery
8Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 15855 — Eller Flat Cemetery
9Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 1619 — First Baptist Church of Canadian
10Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 1721 — First Church Bell
11Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 1793 — First National Bank of Canadian
12Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 1917 — Fletcher and Donley Stage Station — (Site 3 miles northwest)
13Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 1951 — Former Site of Hogtown
14Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 18662 — Gageby Cemetery
15Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2138 — Gen. Nelson Miles Expedition — (Headquarters Dugout)
16Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2118 — Gene Howe Wildlife Management Area
17Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2433 — Hemphill County
18Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2434 — Hemphill County Jail
19Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 41 — Historic Trails — 58 yards west to routes of
20Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2788 — John Hemphill — 1803 - 1862 — County named for Texas Confederate —
21Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2846 — Jones Mansion
22Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 3235 — Mary B. Isaacs — (1854-1950)
23Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 3450 — Moody Hotel
24Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 3767 — Old Military Road — (1874 - 1890)
25Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 47 — Quanah Parker Trail — Texas Plains Trail Region
26Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 4147 — R. Dick Bussell — (1845—1935)
27Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 4289 — Robert R. Young — (February 14, 1897 — January 25, 1958)
28Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 4369 — Route of Marcy Trail
29Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 2789 — Site of Lyman's Wagon Train Battle — (2.5 miles south, 1.7 miles east)
30Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 4860 — Site of Old Springer's Road Ranch — (12.2 mi east)
31Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 5336 — The Former Canadian Hospital
32Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 5505 — Tom T. McGee — (Sept. 13, 1849 - Nov. 24, 1894)
33Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 5668 — W.C.T.U. Building
34Texas (Hemphill County), Canadian — 17279 — Washita Cemetery
 
May. 5, 2021