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The Texarkana Gateway to Texas and the Southwest

The Texarkana Gateway to Texas and the Southwest

Date: 1896
Creator: Texas & Pacific Railway
Description: This text gives an overview of the places and resources in Texas with an emphasis on the locations where the railroads run through the state. Indexes start on page 220.
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[Plaque in Parker County]

[Plaque in Parker County]

Date: unknown
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Photograph of a plaque about Parker County, Texas, the cutting horse capital of the world.
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[Statue of a Man Riding a Horse]

[Statue of a Man Riding a Horse]

Date: unknown
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Photograph of a statue of a man riding a horse in front of the Chamber of Commerce in Weatherford, Texas. A sign is visible in the background, and there are cars on the road to the right.
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Weatherford Texas Chamber of Commerce Building and Statues

Weatherford Texas Chamber of Commerce Building and Statues

Date: unknown
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Photograph of a statue of a cowboy riding a horse facing a cattle in front of the Chamber of Commerce building in Weatherford, Texas. A tree and cars in parking lot are visible to the right.
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Inventory of county records, Parker County courthouse, Weatherford, Texas

Inventory of county records, Parker County courthouse, Weatherford, Texas

Date: 1976
Creator: Ferrier, Douglas; Fortin, Maurice G.; Hlavenka, Ann; Pels, Teresa; Rishe, Sharon; Thomson, Robert et al.
Description: Inventory of records of Parker County housed in the Parker County courthouse in Weatherford. Begins with an introduction and explanation of the roles of various county government offices. Describes the records of the Commissioners Court, County Clerk, County Court, County Attorney, District Clerk, District Attorney, Justice of the Peace, Sheriff, Tax Assessor-Collector, Treasurer, Auditor, and School Superintendent. Also provides a list of Parker County Records and an index.
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Parker County Courthouse, Weatherford

Parker County Courthouse, Weatherford

Date: August 7, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Parker County Courthouse, Weatherford, built 1885, architects Dodson & Dudley
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Parker County Courthouse, Weatherford

Parker County Courthouse, Weatherford

Date: August 7, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Parker County Courthouse, built 1885, architects Dodson & Dudley
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Street scene in Weatherford

Street scene in Weatherford

Date: August 7, 2005
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Street scene in Weatherford.
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Confederate Memorial and statue, Parker County

Confederate Memorial and statue, Parker County

Date: April 14, 2006
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Photograph of a Confederate Memorial in Parker County, Texas. It is a statue of a man in uniform holding a rifle. It reads "In honor of the United Confederate Veterans of Parker County, 1861-1865" on the base of the statue.
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Historic Plaque, Parker County C. S. A.

Historic Plaque, Parker County C. S. A.

Date: April 14, 2006
Creator: Belden, Dreanna L.
Description: Photograph of a historic plaque in Weatherford, Texas. It reads: "Parker County C. S. A. Part of a colonial grant to S. M. Williams and Stephen F. Austin, father of Texas, but with no permanent settlers before 1850, this county was created in 1855 and named for Isaac Parker, its legislative sponsor. By 1860 it had 4,213 people and in 1861 its voters favored secession 535 to 61. Oliver Loving, a settler, was an official stock raiser, furnishing beef to the Confederacy in the Civil War. He and 18 other men organized a full-time patrol against the frequent, bloody Indian raids. Citizens of adjacent counties took refuge here. In 1864 three local men were charged with treason. One admitted inviting Federal General J. G. Blunt to come from the Cherokee nation and give Parker County protection from the Indians. General John R. Baylor, a local rancher, was an officer in the Arizona-New Mexico campaign to make the Confederacy an ocean-to-ocean nation, and after victories there became Governor of Arizona. He was in the Confederate Congress from 1863 to 1865. Parker County sent the Confederate army nine companies. Its Company E, 19th Texas Cavalry, served in Parsons' Brigade--which fought over 20 ...
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