There are many markers, monuments, and plaques commemorating significant events, persons, and places in Nacodoches's history. Although not usually considered in typical historic surveys, these resources play an important role in the promotion of Nacogdoches's past as well as heritage tourists. Some of them are over fifty years old, the granite markers erected by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas in 1936, and others including the sculptor Harry Weber's Country Doctor Statue erected by the Friends of Historic Nacogdoches, Inc. in May 2011 are quite new.
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Markers
Texas Historical Commission Markers