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Historical Markers in Hitchcock, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Galveston 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 Galveston County, TX (337) Brazoria County, TX (176) Chambers County, TX (32) Harris County, TX (429)  GalvestonCounty(337) Galveston County (337)  BrazoriaCounty(176) Brazoria County (176)  ChambersCounty(32) Chambers County (32)  HarrisCounty(429) Harris County (429)
Galveston is the county seat for Galveston County
Hitchcock is in Galveston County
      Galveston County (337)  
ADJACENT TO GALVESTON COUNTY
      Brazoria County (176)  
      Chambers County (32)  
      Harris County (429)  
 
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1Texas (Galveston County), Hitchcock — 263 — Camp Wallace
Named for World War I army Colonel Elmer J. Wallace, Camp Wallace was established as a training facility for military personnel during World War II. The U. S. government acquired more than 3,300 acres of land between the towns of Hitchcock and . . . Map (db m201947) HM
2Texas (Galveston County), Hitchcock — 7491 — City of Hitchcock
In region held before 1820s by Karankawa Indians, and afterwards by cattle raisers. The Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway built through the area in 1870s, naming station for Galveston civic leader and late landowner, Lent Munson Hitchcock . . . Map (db m52552) HM
3Texas (Galveston County), Hitchcock — 12707 — Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
The first African-American families moved to Hitchcock in 1892, and by 1900 additional families had joined them. Many would form the nucleus of the Galilee Missionary Baptist Church when it was organized in 1901. The Rev. J. L. Luckett served as . . . Map (db m52556) HM
4Texas (Galveston County), Hitchcock — 11570 — Stringfellow Orchards
Nationally and internationally recognized horticulturist Henry Martyn Stringfellow (1839–1922 (sic, 1912)) started an experimental garden and orchard at this location in 1883. In 1890 he published a treatise containing innovative organic . . . Map (db m201938) HM
5Texas (Galveston County), Hitchcock — 11585 — U.S. Naval Air Station(Blimp Base) — Seven-tenths mile South —
In an effort to defend U. S. coasts and shipping lanes against German submarine activity during World War II, the U. S. Navy established bases to house huge lighter-than-air (LTA) craft, also known as blimps. With the ability to hover above a . . . Map (db m35936) HM
 
 
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022