“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in O''Donnell, Texas

Clickable Map of Lynn 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> Lynn County, TX (18) Borden County, TX (3) Crosby County, TX (35) Dawson County, TX (4) Garza County, TX (29) Hockley County, TX (11) Lubbock County, TX (100) Terry County, TX (33)  LynnCounty(18) Lynn County (18)  BordenCounty(3) Borden County (3)  CrosbyCounty(35) Crosby County (35)  DawsonCounty(4) Dawson County (4)  GarzaCounty(29) Garza County (29)  HockleyCounty(11) Hockley County (11)  LubbockCounty(100) Lubbock County (100)  TerryCounty(33) Terry County (33)
Tahoka is the county seat for Lynn County
O'Donnell is in Lynn County
      Lynn County (18)  
      Borden County (3)  
      Crosby County (35)  
      Dawson County (4)  
      Garza County (29)  
      Hockley County (11)  
      Lubbock County (100)  
      Terry County (33)  
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1Texas (Lynn County), O'Donnell — 3630 — O'Donnell
Named for Tom J. O'Donnell, promoter of South Plains Railroads, including 60 miles of Santa Fe Line from Slaton to Lamesa. On this new railroad (important as freight hauler) town of O'Donnell was founded in 1909 by H. E. Baldridge and Charles H. . . . Map (db m110306) HM
2Texas (Lynn County), O'Donnell — 18 — Quanah Parker TrailTexas Plains Trail Region
Comanches ascended the high plains at points NE and S of O'Donnell, using Mooar's draw and TJF draw. Arrow Sculptor: Charles A. SmithMap (db m174135) HM
3Texas (Lynn County), O'Donnell — 22 — Quanah Parker Trail
Comanches traveling f/w on Tahoka Lake Trail camped in the canyons east of present-day O'Donnell. Arrow sculptor: Charles A. SmithMap (db m174093) HM
4Texas (Lynn County), O'Donnell — 55 — The A. J. Warren Building
Farmer and rancher A. J. Warren (1870-1933) moved to this area in 1902 and helped to organize Lynn County in 1903. He built this 2-story brick and concrete edifice in 1925 to house the First National Bank, chartered that year. Competition from . . . Map (db m110307) HM
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Aug. 15, 2022