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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Miami
Miami, Texas and Vicinity
▶ Roberts County (11) ▶ Carson County (46) ▶ Gray County (26) ▶ Hansford County (15) ▶ Hemphill County (35) ▶ Hutchinson County (27) ▶ Lipscomb County (24) ▶ Ochiltree County (11) ▶ Wheeler County (39)
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|President Secession Convention 1861, resulting in comment by Sam Houston, "I don't know what they will do, but Roberts is honest." Raised in 11th Texas Infantry. Gallantly led Brigade Battle Bayou Bourbeau, LA. Chief Justice Texas Supreme Court . . . — — Map (db m55800) HM|
|The prominent Lard family helped Lizzie Lard build the Cottage Hotel to support her two daughters after she was widowed 1893; it was completed in 1895. As Miami became the county seat and a regional trade center, the hotel prospered. Its parlor was . . . — — Map (db m55802) HM|
|Cited as one of most prolific fossil fields of lower Pliocene age at time of discovery, these beds are about 13,000,000 years old. Geologists of Rio Bravo Oil Company found them in 1928 on C.C. Coffee Ranch, and their reports brought specialists . . . — — Map (db m55797) HM|
|The picnic area on US 60 in Roberts County is an early roadside park developed by the Texas Highway Department – now Texas Department of Transportation. This 1935 park accommodated motorists attending the state's centennial events in 1936. The . . . — — Map (db m55796) HM|
| Miami cemetery the earliest cemetery in the town of Miami was established shortly after 1887 when the southern Kansas branch of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad was extended through Miami. The earliest known burial is that of early . . . — — Map (db m153640) HM|
|When the Southern Kansas Railway Company of Texas built a line through Roberts County in 1887, Miami developed at the end of the track as a campsite for workers. The crew set up a kitchen and a tent hotel. Soon the railroad built a public water well . . . — — Map (db m55801) HM|
| Roberts County was created on August 21, 1876, by the Texas Legislature, but remained unorganized, as in that year it had only one settler. Its 1880 population was 32. After the Santa Fe Railroad was built across this area in 1887, settlement . . . — — Map (db m154116) HM|
| In the 1800s, Comanche, Kiowa and other tribes camped along nearby Red Deer Creek, north of this site Arrow Sculptor: Charles A. Smith — — Map (db m154130) HM|
|Formed from Young and Bexar
Created, August 21, 1876
Organized, January 10, 1889
Named in honor of
John S. Roberts
A signer of the Texas Declaration
of Independence, and
Oran Milo Roberts
Governor of Texas, 1878-1882 . . . — — Map (db m55798) HM|
|Prominently sited atop a grassy slope overlooking the town of Miami, the Roberts County Courthouse was built in 1913, during a time of regional economic development spurred by the oil and ranching industries. One of six Texas courthouses designed by . . . — — Map (db m55799) HM|