Bosque County Historical Markers and Designations
State Archeological Landmarks
State Archeological Landmarks are designated by the Texas Historical Commission and receive legal protection under the Antiquities Code of Texas. Listing in the National Register of Historic Places is a prerequisite for State Archeological Landmark designation of a building. State Archeological Landmark designation stipulates that the property cannot be removed, altered, damaged, salvaged or excavated without a permit from the THC. This designation encourages preservation and ensures that resources that cannot be preserved are at least properly documented. The designation of State Archeological Landmarks on private land is recorded in the county deed records and is conveyed with the property when sold.
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Bosque County Courthouse - Meridian (designated 28 May 1981)
First National Bank Building - Meridian (designated 28 May 1981)