Artifacts include exhibits on Dr. Sophie Hertzog, the first female railroad doctor in Texas; photos and documents detailing early city history; copies of Mexican land treaties; the area's early plantation life; and Civil War and Texas Ranger memorabilia. Open 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Wed. and noon–4 p.m. S...
In the shadows of a large oak tree, a group of Masons met on March 1, 1835, to sign the first Masonic Charter in Texas. The tree still stands today and is part of the Texas Independence Trail. A granite plaque stands beside the tree. Map available at the Brazoria Chamber of Commerce Visitor Cente...
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