On U.S. 180 at County Road 329, on the right when traveling east on U.S. 180. Reported missing.
Established November 14, 1851 by the United States Army as a protection of the settlers against the Indians. Abandoned and burned April 6, 1854. Repaired and used by Southern Overland Mail, 1858-1861, sub-post of Fort Griffin, 1871-1872, temporary . . . — — Map (db m78401) HM
Near County Road 203, 0.7 miles south of County Road 205, on the right when traveling south.
The town of Lueders lies along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River, on land given by the state of Texas to heirs of Frederick Luders, a German immigrant who fought at the Battle of San Jacinto. Early area settlers included U.S. Indian agent Jess . . . — — Map (db m79171) HM
On Farm to Market Road 142, 0.1 miles north of State Highway 6, on the right when traveling north.
Modern Christian camping records go back to the late 1700s, but the focus on camping for youth started in west Texas in 1898 on the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. The Baptist Young People’s Union of Haskell, Albany, Anson and Abilene met here for a . . . — — Map (db m95118) HM