Recently the Hardin County Historical Commission issued a pamphlet which describes each historical marker in the county and the history behind each one. Along with more details, the pamphlet gives information on how to find each historical marker for those that are interested in an up close and personal observation.
Information for the pamphlet was compiled and written by local resident Lyn Herron. The pamphlets can be found at local offices of the Chamber of Commerce and in the guest office at the Village Creek State Park.
There are 24 historical markers featured in the little pamphlet. With pamphlet in hand, visitors and locals alike could spend the day checking out the historical significance of Hardin County and get a good eye full of the beautiful country scenery.
Featured in the pamphlet are already popular sites in Hardin County such as the Kirby-Hill House in Kountze, and the Silsbee Ice Plant. Other spots featured include:
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