Texas Historical Populated Places


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Acme Hardeman Quanah West
Antelope Gap Mills Antelope Gap
Antioch Houston Weldon
Atascosito Crossing Colorado Alleyton
Baby Head Llano Cherokee
Belknap Young Newcastle
Bennett Place Brewster Horse Mountain
Bennett Place Brewster Horse Mountain
Bennett Place Brewster Lightning Hills
Biggers Collin McKinney East
Black Point Refugio Rincon Bend
Bluff City Houston Weches
Bobbittville Houston Augusta
Buchanan Johnson Joshua
Buffalo Springs Comal Sattler
Bulverde East Comal Anhalt
Bulverde South Comal Anhalt
Bulverde West Comal Bergheim
Camp Worth San Augustine Chireno North
Champ d'Asile Liberty Liberty
Childers Mill Bell Holland
Clarksville Cameron Mouth of Rio Grande
Corpus Christi de la Isleta El Paso Ysleta
Crims Chapel Rusk Kilgore SE
Dabney Uvalde Cline
Deep Well Crossing Hopkins Cooper South
Dog Ridge Bell Nolanville
Ellison Springs Eastland Gorman
Embree Dallas Garland
Fort Leaton Presidio Presidio East
Fort Phantom Hill Jones Nugent
Friendship Harrison Hallsville
Frijole Culberson Guadalupe Peak
Glen Eden Grayson Kingston South
Glenn Springs Brewster Glenn Spring
Glenrio Deaf Smith Glenrio
Glover Houston Augusta
Gwinns Crossing Colorado Altair
Hale City Hale Hale Center
Halls Bluff Town Houston Halls Bluff
Harbor City San Patricio Port Ingleside
Harpers Crossing Hopkins Cooper South
Haw Creek Fayette Round Top
Horsehead Crossing Crane Imperial
Iolanthe Sterling Buffalo Draw
Jacobs Cottle Moons Camp
Kilkare Harris League City
Kimball Bosque Lakeside Village
La Lomita Hidalgo Mission
Leaday Coleman O.H. Ivie Reservoir
McKinleyville Houston Kennard NE
Mena Red River Annona
Merriman Eastland Ranger
Mineral Springs Caldwell Lockhart South
Mormon Grove Grayson Dorchester
Mustang Prairie Houston Porter Springs
Nashville Milam Gause
New Hope Denton Little Elm
New Washington Harris Highlands
Ogles Lampasas Ogles
Old Round Rock Williamson Round Rock
Old Tascosa Oldham Boys Ranch West
Oriana Stonewall Peacock
Parnell Roberts Dry Creek NE
Parris Collin Anna
Pecan Grove Coryell Oglesby
Pinery Culberson Guadalupe Peak
Pittsville Fort Bend Fulshear
Pleasant Grove Bastrop Structure
Port Sullivan Milam Calvert
Renova Angelina Diboll
Ricker Brown Brownwood
Round House Navarro Goodlow Park
Santa Rita Reagan Texon
Savannah Red River Avery
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