Location of Cameron County in Texas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Cameron County, Texas.

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Cameron County, Texas, United States. The publicly disclosed locations of National Register properties and districts may be seen in a mapping service provided.[1] There are 33 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4 National Historic Landmarks. Another property that was formerly listed has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 29, 2020.[2]
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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Baxter Building
Baxter Building
March 6, 2019
(#100003420)
106 S. A St.
26°11′33″N 97°41′49″W / 26.192451°N 97.696836°W / 26.192451; -97.696836 (Baxter Building)
Harlingen
2 Brazos Santiago Depot July 14, 1971
(#71000923)
Address restricted[6]
Port Isabel
3 Samuel Wallace Brooks House
Samuel Wallace Brooks House
November 22, 1988
(#88002530)
623 E St. Charles St.
25°54′14″N 97°30′12″W / 25.90375°N 97.503472°W / 25.90375; -97.503472 (Samuel Wallace Brooks House)
Brownsville
4 Brown-Wagner House
Brown-Wagner House
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August 29, 1977
(#77001430)
245 E St. Charles St.
25°54′23″N 97°30′22″W / 25.90625°N 97.506042°W / 25.90625; -97.506042 (Brown-Wagner House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
5 Brownsville City Cemetery and Hebrew Cemetery
Brownsville City Cemetery and Hebrew Cemetery
March 31, 2010
(#10000143)
Bound by E. 5th St., Madison St., E 2nd St., and Town Resaca
25°54′34″N 97°30′00″W / 25.909514°N 97.5°W / 25.909514; -97.5 (Brownsville City Cemetery and Hebrew Cemetery)
Brownsville
6 Brownsville City Hall and Market House
Brownsville City Hall and Market House
September 30, 2019
(#100004474)
1150 Market Square
25°54′08″N 97°29′51″W / 25.902356°N 97.497521°W / 25.902356; -97.497521 (Brownsville City Hall and Market House)
Brownsville
7 Brownsville Freight Depot and Warehouse District
Brownsville Freight Depot and Warehouse District
March 26, 2018
(#100002266)
Roughly bounded by former RR alignment, E Fronton, E 4th & E 9th Sts.
25°54′09″N 97°30′22″W / 25.902504°N 97.506088°W / 25.902504; -97.506088 (Brownsville Freight Depot and Warehouse District)
Brownsville
8 Old Brulay Plantation October 10, 1975
(#75001961)
East of Brownsville off of TX 4
25°51′16″N 97°24′01″W / 25.854531°N 97.400289°W / 25.854531; -97.400289 (Old Brulay Plantation)
Brownsville Also known as the Nye Plantation[7]
9 Cameron County Courthouse
Cameron County Courthouse
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September 27, 1980
(#80004084)
1150 E Madison St.
25°54′15″N 97°29′43″W / 25.904167°N 97.495347°W / 25.904167; -97.495347 (Cameron County Courthouse)
Brownsville State Antiquities Landmark, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
10 Old Cameron County Jail
Old Cameron County Jail
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January 24, 1995
(#94001594)
1201 E Van Buren
25°54′19″N 97°29′34″W / 25.905278°N 97.492847°W / 25.905278; -97.492847 (Old Cameron County Jail)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
11 Augustine Celaya House
Augustine Celaya House
April 11, 1986
(#86000726)
504 E St. Francis St.
25°54′13″N 97°30′19″W / 25.903681°N 97.505347°W / 25.903681; -97.505347 (Augustine Celaya House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
12 Celaya-Creager House
Celaya-Creager House
May 5, 1988
(#88000523)
441 E Washington St.
25°54′25″N 97°30′09″W / 25.906806°N 97.5025°W / 25.906806; -97.5025 (Celaya-Creager House)
Brownsville
13 Central Brownsville Historic District May 31, 2019
(#100004008)
Roughly bounded by E. Levee, E. 10th, E. Monroe, E. 14th & E. 15th Sts. & 2 blk. extension along 800 & 900 blks. of E. Elizabeth St.
25°54′10″N 97°29′51″W / 25.9029°N 97.4975°W / 25.9029; -97.4975 (Central Brownsville Historic District)
Brownsville
14 Fernandez and Laiseca Building May 11, 2018
(#100002433)
1142-1154 Madison St.
25°54′13″N 97°29′44″W / 25.903539°N 97.495647°W / 25.903539; -97.495647 (Fernandez and Laiseca Building)
Brownsville
15 Miguel Fernandez Hide Yard
Miguel Fernandez Hide Yard
October 1, 1990
(#90001485)
1101-1121 E Adams St.
25°54′11″N 97°29′51″W / 25.902947°N 97.497414°W / 25.902947; -97.497414 (Miguel Fernandez Hide Yard)
Brownsville also known as El Aleman
16 Fort Brown
Fort Brown
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October 15, 1966
(#66000811)
S edge of Brownsville off of International Blvd.
25°53′50″N 97°29′26″W / 25.897222°N 97.490556°W / 25.897222; -97.490556 (Fort Brown)
Brownsville
17 M.E. and Estela Cueto Garcia House
M.E. and Estela Cueto Garcia House
June 5, 2017
(#100001038)
155 Calle Anacua
25°55′01″N 97°30′11″W / 25.916861°N 97.503116°W / 25.916861; -97.503116 (M.E. and Estela Cueto Garcia House)
Brownsville
18 Garcia Pasture Site February 23, 1972
(#72001355)
Address restricted[6]
Port Isabel
19 The Gem
The Gem
June 28, 1991
(#91000852)
400 E 13th St.
25°54′00″N 97°29′52″W / 25.89989°N 97.49768°W / 25.89989; -97.49768 (The Gem)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
20 Cieta Friedman and Harry W. Hollowell House March 25, 2019
(#100003533)
622 E. Saint Charles St.
25°54′13″N 97°30′14″W / 25.903495°N 97.503767°W / 25.903495; -97.503767 (Cieta Friedman and Harry W. Hollowell House)
Brownsville
21 Hicks-Gregg House
Hicks-Gregg House
July 1, 2009
(#09000486)
1249 W. Washington
25°55′06″N 97°30′56″W / 25.918375°N 97.515536°W / 25.918375; -97.515536 (Hicks-Gregg House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
22 Immaculate Conception Church
Immaculate Conception Church
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March 26, 1980
(#80004085)
1218 E Jefferson St.
25°54′09″N 97°29′45″W / 25.9025°N 97.495972°W / 25.9025; -97.495972 (Immaculate Conception Church)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
23 La Madrilena
La Madrilena
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November 17, 1988
(#88002384)
1002 E Madison
25°54′17″N 97°29′49″W / 25.904722°N 97.496806°W / 25.904722; -97.496806 (La Madrilena)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
24 Manautou House
Manautou House
July 14, 1983
(#83003130)
5 E Elizabeth St.
25°54′33″N 97°30′23″W / 25.909236°N 97.506458°W / 25.909236; -97.506458 (Manautou House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
25 McNair House
McNair House
November 24, 2015
(#15000836)
39 Sunset Drive
25°55′08″N 97°29′52″W / 25.918960°N 97.497848°W / 25.918960; -97.497848 (McNair House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
26 Morris-Browne House
Morris-Browne House
October 25, 2006
(#06000955)
204 E Levee St.
25°54′25″N 97°30′22″W / 25.90695°N 97.506111°W / 25.90695; -97.506111 (Morris-Browne House)
Brownsville
27 La Nueva Libertad
La Nueva Libertad
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April 11, 1986
(#84001628)
1301 E Madison
25°54′10″N 97°29′40″W / 25.902778°N 97.494375°W / 25.902778; -97.494375 (La Nueva Libertad)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark; also known as the Cueto Building
28 Palmito Ranch Battlefield
Palmito Ranch Battlefield
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October 15, 1996
(#93000266)
Between TX 4 and the Rio Grande, 12 mi. E of Brownsville
25°56′48″N 97°17′07″W / 25.946667°N 97.285278°W / 25.946667; -97.285278 (Palmito Ranch Battlefield)
Brownsville
29 Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park
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October 15, 1966
(#66000812)
6.3 miles N of Brownsville at intersection of FM 1847 and FM 511
26°01′04″N 97°28′50″W / 26.017886°N 97.480617°W / 26.017886; -97.480617 (Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park)
Brownsville
30 Point Isabel Lighthouse
Point Isabel Lighthouse
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April 30, 1976
(#76002014)
Corner of TX 100 and Garcia St.
26°04′39″N 97°12′27″W / 26.077633°N 97.207583°W / 26.077633; -97.207583 (Point Isabel Lighthouse)
Port Isabel State Antiquities Landmark
31 Resaca de la Palma Battlefield
Resaca de la Palma Battlefield
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April 11, 1986
(#66000813)
North of intersection of Paredes Line Rd and Price Rd.
25°56′15″N 97°29′10″W / 25.9375°N 97.486111°W / 25.9375; -97.486111 (Resaca de la Palma Battlefield)
Brownsville Now a portion of the Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park
32 Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot
Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot
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November 17, 1978
(#78002903)
601 E Madison St.
25°54′27″N 97°29′57″W / 25.9075°N 97.499236°W / 25.9075; -97.499236 (Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
33 Charles Stillman House
Charles Stillman House
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November 19, 1979
(#79003448)
1305 E Washington St.
25°54′03″N 97°29′47″W / 25.900833°N 97.496319°W / 25.900833; -97.496319 (Charles Stillman House)
Brownsville Recorded Texas Historic Landmark

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 USS Cabot
USS Cabot
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June 21, 1990
(#90000334)
August 7, 2001 Port of Brownsville
25°57′03″N 97°24′39″W / 25.950835°N 97.410844°W / 25.950835; -97.410844 (USS Cabot)
Brownsville Previously berthed in New Orleans until 1999; scrapped in 2002

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on May 29, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ a b Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
  7. ^ [1]