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 County: Parker County, TX
 Collection: Tarrant County College Northeast, Heritage Room
Women in the Woodman's Circle

Women in the Woodman's Circle

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Description: Women in the Woodman's Circle in front of a building that is a combination general store and a lodge hall. The building was located on the Brawley homestead in the Roberts community in Northern Parker County. The lower half of the building housed a general store, which was run by Oscar Hill. The upper half served as the meeting hall for the Woodsmen of the World Lodge.
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Fort Parker

Fort Parker

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Description: Portion of the interior of the fort is shown. Old Fort Parker is a reconstructed fort that pays tribute to the Parker family and other pioneers who paid a high price to settle in Texas. The Parkers and other members of their church came to Texas from Crawford County, Illinois in 1833. In 1832, Daniel Parker, a staunch theologian, had gained permission to settle in Texas. After organizing those who wanted to go to Texas into the Predestinarian Baptist Church, they all left Illinois in July of 1833 in ox- drawn wagons. Daniel and the majority of his followers settled near the present City of Elkhart, where a replica of their Pilgrim Baptist Church still stands in their memory. Other members of the group preferred to settle farther west, near the Navasota River. Elder John Parker and three of his sons (Silas, James, and Benjamin) began in December 1833 to clear land and to construct "Parker's Fort." On May 19, 1836, Comanche Indians attacked the fort; 5 were killed, 5 were captured, and the 21 survivors made their way to where Palestine is today. The most famous of the captives was Cynthia Ann Parker. She adapted to Indian ways and ...
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Fort Parker

Fort Parker

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a corner section of Fort Parker. This segment appears to be constructed entirely of logs including the fence and corner tower. Old Fort Parker is a reconstructed fort that pays tribute to the Parker family and other pioneers who paid a high price to settle in Texas.
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Fort Parker Stela

Fort Parker Stela

Date: unknown
Creator: Jon Vandagriff
Description: Granite stela with description and significance of Fort Parker inscribed on the stone, situated outside of the Forts walls.
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Monument Marking the Site of Isaac Parker's Home

Monument Marking the Site of Isaac Parker's Home

Date: unknown
Creator: Jon Vandagriff
Description: Isaac Parker (April 7, 1793 – April 14, 1883) is the son of John and Sarah Parker. He served under Andrew Jackson in the Creek Wars. He served in Captain Elisha Clapp's Company in 1836 and in 1841 participated in the Village Creek fight with the Indians in Tarrant County. He helped bury John B. Denton, who was killed in the fight. Isaac was a member of the Texas House from 1838-1841. He introduced the legislation creating Parker County. Senator Jefferson Weatherford introduced the bill in the Senate. Parker moved to Parker County in 1872 and settled on a farm eight miles northeast of Weatherford. He died there on April 14, 1883. The monument says: "Pioneer, soldier, and law maker. Born April 7, 1793 in Elbert County, Georgia. Came to Texas in 1833. Served in Elisha Clapp's Company in 1836. Member of Congress of the Republic of Texas 1839 - 1845; of the Constitutional Convention in 1845. State Senator. Died April 14, 1883, in Parker County."
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Three Plowmen Standing beside Their Team on Frank Brawley Farm

Three Plowmen Standing beside Their Team on Frank Brawley Farm

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Three Plowmen Standing beside Their Team on Frank Brawley Farm in Roberts community, located 12 miles north of Weatherford.
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Plowing on Frank Brawley Farm

Plowing on Frank Brawley Farm

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Two unidentified plowmen in the field at Frank Brawley's farm in Robert's community, about 12 miles north of Weatherford;it is in Parker County as is Weatherford.
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Tombstone of Adam Parker

Tombstone of Adam Parker

Date: unknown
Creator: Jon Vandagriff
Description: Tombstone of Adam Parker in Parker Cemetery. Adam Parker was the son of Isaac and Virginia Parker. He was born June 15, 1877 and died May 2, 1908.
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Quanah Parker

Quanah Parker

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Portrait of Quanah Parker, last chief of the Comanches
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Quanah Parker and One of His Wives

Quanah Parker and One of His Wives

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Quanah Parker and one of his wives in front of their teepee
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