National Register of Historic Places listings in Anderson County, Texas

Location of Anderson County in Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Anderson County, Texas.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Anderson County, Texas. There are four districts and 23 individual properties listed on the National Register in the county. Eight individually listed properties are designated Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks while more are contained within two districts.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 31, 2020.[1]

Current listingsEdit

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The publicly disclosed locations of National Register properties and districts may be seen in a mapping service provided.[2]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Anderson Camp Ground December 27, 1982
(#82001735)
W of Brushy Creek on Farm to Market Road 837
31°57′14″N 95°37′23″W / 31.953889°N 95.623056°W / 31.953889; -95.623056 (Anderson Camp Ground)
Brushy Creek also called Brushy Creek Arbor and United Methodist Church
2 Anderson County Courthouse September 28, 1992
(#92001256)
1 Public Sq.
31°45′54″N 95°37′34″W / 31.765°N 95.626111°W / 31.765; -95.626111 (Anderson County Courthouse)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
3 Anderson County Jail June 11, 1998
(#98000692)
704 Avenue A
31°45′50″N 95°37′36″W / 31.763889°N 95.626667°W / 31.763889; -95.626667 (Anderson County Jail)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
4 William and Caroline Broyles House November 10, 1988
(#88002614)
1305 S. Sycamore St.
31°44′52″N 95°37′44″W / 31.747778°N 95.628889°W / 31.747778; -95.628889 (William and Caroline Broyles House)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
5 Denby Building June 11, 1998
(#98000694)
201 W. Crawford St.
31°45′47″N 95°37′56″W / 31.763056°N 95.632222°W / 31.763056; -95.632222 (Denby Building)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
6 G. E. Dilley Building June 11, 1998
(#98000698)
503 W. Main St.
31°45′44″N 95°38′05″W / 31.762222°N 95.634722°W / 31.762222; -95.634722 (G. E. Dilley Building)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
7 First Presbyterian Church June 11, 1998
(#98000695)
406 Avenue A
31°45′45″N 95°37′44″W / 31.7625°N 95.628889°W / 31.7625; -95.628889 (First Presbyterian Church)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
8 Freeman Farm June 12, 2000
(#00000656)
Co. Rd. 323, 3 miles SE of Frankston
31°59′38″N 95°29′53″W / 31.993889°N 95.498056°W / 31.993889; -95.498056 (Freeman Farm)
Frankston also called Kickapoo Farm, Freeman Plantation
9 Gatewood-Shelton Gin June 3, 1998
(#98000637)
304 E. Crawford
31°45′50″N 95°37′41″W / 31.763889°N 95.628056°W / 31.763889; -95.628056 (Gatewood-Shelton Gin)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
10 Howard House March 14, 1993
(#93000072)
1011 N. Perry St.
31°46′11″N 95°37′34″W / 31.769722°N 95.626111°W / 31.769722; -95.626111 (Howard House)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; part of the North Side Historic District
11 Lincoln High School June 3, 1998
(#98000636)
920 W. Swantz St.
31°45′20″N 95°38′26″W / 31.755556°N 95.640556°W / 31.755556; -95.640556 (Lincoln High School)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS; burned in 1999, demolished.
12 Link House May 29, 1980
(#80004073)
925 N. Link St.
31°46′06″N 95°37′46″W / 31.76847°N 95.6294°W / 31.76847; -95.6294 (Link House)
Palestine Part of the North Side Historic District; also called Link-Bunton House
13 Michaux Park Historic District April 28, 2004
(#04000380)
Roughly bounded by S. Micheaux St., Jolly St., Crokett Rd., Rogers St., and E Park Ave.
31°45′16″N 95°37′32″W / 31.7545°N 95.6256°W / 31.7545; -95.6256 (Michaux Park Historic District)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
14 Mount Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church June 3, 1998
(#98000635)
913 E. Calhoun St.
31°46′05″N 95°37′22″W / 31.768056°N 95.622778°W / 31.768056; -95.622778 (Mount Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
15 North Side Historic District July 1, 1998
(#98000825)
Roughly bounded by Kolsted, N. Perry, W. Green, and N. Conrad Sts.
31°46′07″N 95°37′53″W / 31.768611°N 95.631389°W / 31.768611; -95.631389 (North Side Historic District)
Palestine Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks; Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
16 Old Town Residential Historic District June 15, 2006
(#06000509)
Roughly surrounded by Lacey St.
31°46′02″N 95°37′22″W / 31.767222°N 95.622778°W / 31.767222; -95.622778 (Old Town Residential Historic District)
Palestine
17 Pace McDonald Site August 12, 1982
(#82004488)
Address restricted[6]
Palestine Smithsonian trinomial 41AN51
18 Palestine Carnegie Library October 17, 1988
(#88001944)
502 N. Queen St.
31°45′48″N 95°38′04″W / 31.763333°N 95.634444°W / 31.763333; -95.634444 (Palestine Carnegie Library)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
19 Palestine High School September 24, 1986
(#86002295)
400 Micheaux Ave.
31°45′29″N 95°37′38″W / 31.758056°N 95.627222°W / 31.758056; -95.627222 (Palestine High School)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; currently the Museum for East Texas Culture
20 Post Office-Palestine June 11, 1998
(#98000693)
101 E. Oak St.
31°45′46″N 95°37′52″W / 31.76281°N 95.63120°W / 31.76281; -95.63120 (Post Office-Palestine)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
21 John H Reagan Monument June 3, 1998
(#98000633)
Reagan Park; vicinity of Park and Crockett Sts.
31°45′28″N 95°37′31″W / 31.75781°N 95.62530°W / 31.75781; -95.62530 (John H Reagan Monument)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
22 Redlands Hotel June 3, 1998
(#98000634)
400 N. Queen St.
31°45′46″N 95°38′04″W / 31.76287°N 95.63436°W / 31.76287; -95.63436 (Redlands Hotel)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
23 Robinson Bank Building June 11, 1998
(#98000691)
213 W. Main St.
31°45′44″N 95°37′58″W / 31.762222°N 95.632778°W / 31.762222; -95.632778 (Robinson Bank Building)
Palestine Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
24 Sacred Heart Catholic Church and School December 6, 1979
(#79002909)
503 N. Queen St.
31°45′45″N 95°38′04″W / 31.7625°N 95.634444°W / 31.7625; -95.634444 (Sacred Heart Catholic Church and School)
Palestine Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
25 A. C. Saunders Site July 15, 1982
(#82004487)
Address restricted[6]
Frankston Smithsonian trinomial 41AN19
26 South Side Historic District July 1, 1998
(#98000826)
Roughly bounded by W. Colorado, and S. Michaux Sts., and Union Pacific Railroad Tracks
31°45′21″N 95°37′50″W / 31.755833°N 95.630556°W / 31.755833; -95.630556 (South Side Historic District)
Palestine Includes Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks; Historic and Architectural Resources of Palestine MPS
27 Texas & Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 610 March 25, 1977
(#77001477)
Park Road 70
31°44′28″N 95°34′16″W / 31.74118°N 95.5712°W / 31.74118; -95.5712 (Texas & Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 610)
Palestine

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 31, 2020.
  2. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. November 2, 2013.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ a b Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.

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