BHP - Historical Markers

  1. The Canary Islanders
  2. Coker Cemetery
  3. Erasmo Seguin
  4. T.C. Frost and the Frost Bank
  5. Old St Mary's College
  6. Bexar County Courthouse
  7. T.C. Frost Wool Warehouse
  8. Wesley Peacock House
  9. The Woodward House and Women's Club
  10. The Woll Invasion
  11. The Storming of Bexar
  12. The Stevens Building
  13. The San Antonio Casino Club
  14. The Grass Fight
  15. The Casa Reales
  16. Port San Antonio, Kelly AFB Flight Line
  17. Original Site of St. Philips College
  18. Old Adobe Site
  19. Oak Island Methodist Church and Cemetery
  20. Idlewild Community Site
  21. Evers Family Cemetery
  22. Enoch Jones Farmstead
  23. Acequia Madre de Valero
  24. Surrender of Federal Forces by General David E. Twiggs
  25. Sunshine Ranch
  26. St. Joseph's Church
  27. St. John's Lutheran Church
  28. San Antonio Founding
  29. San Antonio Mutual Aid Association
  30. Ruiz-Herrera Cemetery
  31. Central Catholic High School
  32. Christopher Columbus Hall
  33. Helotes
  34. Lockhill School
  35. Majestic Theater
  36. Menger Soapworks
  37. Moses Lapham
  38. San Pedro Park
  39. Spanish Governor's Palace
  40. Texas' First All-Spanish Radio Program
  41. Travis Park United Methodist Church
  42. Old San Antonio National Bank Building
  43. The Koehler House
  44. First Officers Training Camp
  45. The Navarro House (Casa Navarro)
  46. John T. Floore Country Store
  47. San Pedro Creek
  48. The Halff House
  49. Huebner-Onion Homestead and Stagecoach Stop
  50. Piazza Italia
  51. The Battle of Medina
  52. The Battle of Salado
  53. Hangar 9 - Brooks City Base
  54. Boldtville Schoolhouse
  55. Scottish Rite Cathedral
  56. Maverick-Carter House
  57. The Rechel-Stumpf House
  58. The Dawson Massacre
  59. Marnoch Homestead
  60. Christ Episcopal Chruch
  61. The Toltec Apartments