Texas’ Historic Sites
If you’ve ever seen an old house on a lifted foundation and wondered why it was built that way, here is your answer!
A small but vibrant community grew here in rural Texas until the 1930s, but today, it’s little more than a ghost town.
Today you can visit the historic park at this Texas frontier town that once hosted Comanche, cattlemen, gunslingers, and Buffalo Soldiers.
Built in 1886, this school was the first for African-American girls in the state.
[Houston County, TX]
This Western town was mostly abandoned after The Great Depression.
[Reeves County, TX]
Built in 1850 of native stone, this home has 27′ thick walls.
[Willams County, TX]
Built in 1901, this mansion holds mysteries in its walls.
[Gonzales County, TX]