“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Edinburg, Texas

Clickable Map of Hidalgo County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hidalgo County, TX (129) Brooks County, TX (12) Cameron County, TX (240) Kenedy County, TX (5) Starr County, TX (16) Willacy County, TX (6)  HidalgoCounty(129) Hidalgo County (129)  BrooksCounty(12) Brooks County (12)  CameronCounty(240) Cameron County (240)  KenedyCounty(5) Kenedy County (5)  StarrCounty(16) Starr County (16)  WillacyCounty(6) Willacy County (6)
Edinburg is the county seat for Hidalgo County
Edinburg is in Hidalgo County
      Hidalgo County (129)  
      Brooks County (12)  
      Cameron County (240)  
      Kenedy County (5)  
      Starr County (16)  
      Willacy County (6)  
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1 Texas, Hidalgo County, Edinburg — 1389 — Edinburg Junior College Auditorium
Designed by the Austin architectural firm of Giesecke and Harris, this structure was built in 1926 to serve the newly-created Edinburg Junior College. In addition to serving the college and succeeding educational institutions, the auditorium has . . . Map (db m195665) HM
2 Texas, Hidalgo County, Edinburg — 3746 — Old Hidalgo County Jail
Erected 1909-1910. One of first buildings in town after county seat moved here 1908 from Old Hidalgo. Spanish architecture, with red tile roof, white walls. A new jail was built in 1922; this became community center, and served as a meeting . . . Map (db m180472) HM
3 Texas, Hidalgo County, Edinburg — Sgt. Alfredo "Freddy" Gonzalez Memorial
Dedicated in memory of Sgt. Alfredo “Freddy” Gonzalez USMC 1946 - 1968 Congressional Medal of Honor Post-Humously 1969 Battle of Hue City, VietnamMap (db m62745) WM
4 Texas, Hidalgo County, Edinburg — 4987 — Southern Pacific Depot
Completed and occupied on August 1, 1927, this depot was designed by Southern Pacific Railroad architect Leonard B. McCoy, and built by Ward Construction of El Paso. The depot was part of a major railroad expansion into South Texas. Edinburg felt . . . Map (db m195661) HM
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Jul. 20, 2024