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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Worth, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Tarrant 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 Tarrant County, TX (124) Dallas County, TX (364) Denton County, TX (25) Ellis County, TX (53) Johnson County, TX (7) Parker County, TX (14) Wise County, TX (29)  TarrantCounty(124) Tarrant County (124)  DallasCounty(364) Dallas County (364)  DentonCounty(25) Denton County (25)  EllisCounty(53) Ellis County (53)  JohnsonCounty(7) Johnson County (7)  ParkerCounty(14) Parker County (14)  WiseCounty(29) Wise County (29)
Location of Fort Worth, Texas
    Tarrant County (124)
    Dallas County (364)
    Denton County (25)
    Ellis County (53)
    Johnson County (7)
    Parker County (14)
    Wise County (29)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — "A Great Time to be Alive"
2Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 4 — "The Stage Leaves From Here"
3Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 1784 Tarrant County 1815 — Organized Aug 5, 1850-Named for — General Edward H. Tarrant —
4Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 19 — African-American History
5Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 154 — Amon G. Carter
6Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 11 — Amon G. Carter, Sr. (1879-1955)
7Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 201 — Armour & Company
8Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Armour and Swift Plaza
9Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 12201 — Blackstone Hotel
10Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 650 — Camp Bowie Boulevard
11Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Camp Bowie in World War I
12Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Car 25
13Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 17337 — Curzon Place
14Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 16 — Cynthia Ann Parker and Native Americans of North Texas
15Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 15744 — Douglass and McGar Parks
16Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — AQHHMP #5 — Early Quarter Horse Shows
17Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 1385 — Eddleman-McFarland House
18Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 18473 — Fairmount-Southside Historic District
19Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 1710 — First Christian Church of Fort Worth
20Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — First Methodist Church Building
21Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — First School — 1853
22Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 1910 — Flatiron Building
23Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 14 — Flying Machines
24Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 1956 — Former TSTA Building
25Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2026 — Fort Worth — "Where the West Begins"
26Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Fort Worth 1849-1853
27Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 17927 — Fort Worth Belt Railway
28Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Fort Worth Library
29Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2029 — Fort Worth Livestock Exchange
30Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2030 — Fort Worth Main Post Office Building
31Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2032 — Fort Worth Stock Yards Company
32Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2033 — Fort Worth Stock Yards Entrance
33Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2035 — Fort Worth Stockyards Horse and Mule Barns
34Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Fort Worth Zoological Park
35Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Fort Worth's First Flight
36Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Fort Worth's First Telephone Exchange
37Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 17361 — Founding Fort Worth
38Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5 — Gamblers & Gunfights
39Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — General William Jenkins Worth — (1749-1849)
40Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 18100 — Grammer-Pierce House
41Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 8 — Grand Hotels
42Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2250 — Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Lodge No. 2144
43Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2394 — Harrison Cemetery
44Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2431 — Hell's Half Acre
45Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2457 — Herbert M. Hinckley — (1897 - 1938)
46Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2658 — Isham Cemetery
47Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 17 — JFK
48Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 2799 — John Peter Smith — (1831-1901)
49Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 3030 — Land Title Building
50Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Leonard Brothers Department Store — 1918 - 1967
51Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 18103 — Meacham Field
52Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Midnight — 1910 - 1936 — "World's Greatest Bucking Horse" —
53Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Morris and Conn Buildings
54Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 3495 — Mount Olivet Cemetery
55Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Mt. Gilead Baptist Church
56Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 3499 — Mt. Zion Baptist Church
57Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 9 — Opera Houses & Theaters
58Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Plaza Hotel Building — Sundance Square
59Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 14005 — Quanah Parker
60Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 17028 — Raymond C. Morrison
61Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 4881 — Site of Saint Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church
62Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 13486 — Site of the First Masonic Hall in Fort Worth
63Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Site of the Fort Worth Medical College
64Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show
65Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — St. Ignatius Academy Building
66Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 4475 — St. Patrick's Cathedral
67Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5167 — Swift & Company
68Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5195 — Tarrant County Courthouse
69Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5196 — Tarrant County Criminal Courts Building
70Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Tarrant County War Memorial "Spirit of the American Doughboy"
71Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Texas Christian University
72Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5278 — Thannisch Block Building
73Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 229 — The Atelier Building
74Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 945 — The Coliseum
75Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — The First Bulldogger
76Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 3569 — The Neil P. Anderson Building
77Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — The Site of Camp Worth
78Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 12 — The Wild Bunch
79Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5465 — Thomas B. Saunders Family
80Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — Vietnam War Memorial
81Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 15766 — Westbrook Estate
82Texas (Tarrant County), Fort Worth — 5833 — William John Marsh — (June 24, 1880 - Feb. 1, 1971)
 
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