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                        FAMOUS TREES OF TX SERIES

Texans are fortunate to have such a rich and colorful historic heritage and trees which serve as witnesses to some of these historic events. Texas has also been blessed with trees famous for being the largest of their kind in America. "Famous Trees Of Texas" is a book written in 1970 by the Texas Forest Service that describes these trees, and this series will take you to some of them.

 LB NAME

 DATE

 CITY

 COUNTY

Austin Auction Oaks
 10/25/14Austin
 Travis
Austin Treaty Oak
 10/25/14Austin
 Travis
Baptist Oak
01/27/15
Goliad
Goliad
Battle Oaks
 12/30/14AustinTravis
Ben Milam Cypress
01/28/15
San Antonio
Bexar
Borden Oak
12/09/14
Galveston
Galveston
Cabinet Oak
12/29/14
Stonewall
 Gillespie
Cart War Oak
01/27/15
Goliad
Goliad
Century Tree
03/27/15
College Station
Brazos
Church Oak
01/28/15
 New Braunfels
Comal
Courthouse Cedar
03/27/15
Bryan
Brazos
Columbus Court Oak
10/18/14
Columbus
Colorado
Deaf Smith Oak
 01/28/15 La Vernia
Guadalupe
Dueling Oak
01/27/15
Edna
Jackson
Founders' Oak
01/28/15
New Braunfels
Comal
Goliad Anacua
01/27/15
Goliad
Goliad
Hallettsville Hanging Tree
01/30/15
 Hallettsville Lavaca
Kissing Oak
10/24/14
San Marcos
Hays
Kyle Auction Oak
11/15/14
Kyle
Hays
Kyle Hanging Tree
10/24/14
Kyle
 Hays
La Bahia Pecan
03/27/15
Washington
Washington
Liberty Courthouse Oak
 03/23/15Liberty
 Liberty
Masonic Oak
12/09/14
Brazoria
Brazoria
Muster Oak
01/30/15
La Grange
Fayette
Old Baldy
03/06/15
Austin
Travis
Old Evergreen Tree
03/26/15
 Lincoln Lee
Panna Maria Oaks
01/28/15
Panna Maria
Karnes
Ranger Oaks
01/30/15
Seguin
Guadalupe
Runaway Scrape Oak
01/30/15
Gonzales
Gonzales
 Seiders Oaks
 10/25/14 AustinTravis
Urrea Oaks
01/27/15
 Refugio Refugio
Whipping Oak
01/30/15
Seguin
 Guadalupe
Zachary Taylor Oak
01/27/15
 RockportAransas