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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJIZ_fowler-house_Salado-TX.html
Built 1872 by Josiah Fowler, a settler from Tennessee, Confederate veteran, co-editor of "Fowler's Arithmetic", and a college teacher.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHQ_m-h-denman-cabin_Salado-TX.html
M.H. Denman built cabin 1867 (15 mi. NW), of handhewn, square cedar logs joined by wooden pegs; has fireplace of native stone; restored 1955.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHP_salado-church-of-christ_Salado-TX.html
Founded in March 1859, this congregation first met in a brush arbor on the north bank of Salado Creek. The first two elders were James Anderson and J.W. Vickrey, both of whom were instrumental in the organization of Salado College. A frame sanctua…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHO_armstrong-adams-house_Salado-TX.html
Dr. David H. Armstrong, who served as one of the first trustees of the Salado public free schools, and his wife, Julia, built this home between 1869 and 1872. It later became the residence of a succession of Salado doctors, including Dr. D.G. Adam…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHN_dodds-creek-bridge_Salado-TX.html
One of many patented truss designs developed by American inventors and engineers in the mid- to late-19th century, this 87-foot lenticular truss bridge represents an unusual truss type in the United States. The lenticular design features a curved …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHM_home-of-wellborn-barton_Salado-TX.html
Home of Wellborn Barton 1821-1883; Pioneer physician of this region. For many years a trustee of Salado College, built 1866. (John Hendrickson, Contractor) Old military road and Chisholm cattle trail passed here.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHL_norton-orgain-house_Temple-TX.html
Built about 1872 by Edward R.A. Buckles, this I-plan vernacular house exhibits Classical and Victorian detailing. Its two-story gallery features Doric columns on the ground level, which contrast with the Victorian turned wood columns and balusters…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHJ_old-anderson-place_Salado-TX.html
Built 1860 at edge of an old Indian campground, by James B. Anderson, one of town's founders and a school trustee in Salado. Community leaders, lawyers and doctors have lived here. Boarding here in 1883 while a student at Old Salado College was…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHI_the-davis-mill_Salado-TX.html
Built in 1864 byWilliam A. Davis First stone mill with carding machine in this vicinity. A sawmill and gin were added in 1866. French burrs, Leffel water wheel and silk bolt brought from Galveston by wagon in 1871. Made flour for Central Texas hom…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HMJHH_home-of-orville-thomas-tyler_Salado-TX.html
Pioneer Texan—County JudgeMember of the legislaturePresident of the board of trustees of Salado College Built in 1857
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