Cameron is the Milam County Seat. It sets at the intersection of US-190 and US-77. We parked on the Courthouse Square to begin the walk.
Life size statue of Ben Milam – Texas Revolutionary hero for whom the county is named.
1890 Milam County Courthouse
“Home of the Yoemen” mural.
We entered Oak Hill Cemetery
Carol ahead of me as we walk through the cemetery.
1895 Milam County Jail
Log cabin next to the museum – no plaque.
Courthouse tower with clocks.
Dairy cow mural.
Bell dated 1891 sits on the courthouse lawn.
Milam County Confederate Memorial.
Henderson Building is a lovely temple design.
Old gas station is now vacant.
Welcome sign when we crossed 4th Street (Hwy US-190, US-77 and TX-36). You have to step lively when you cross.
1890 City Park Pavilion
R.F. and Minta Pool House – circa 1902 – Queen Anne Style.
1917 United States Post Office
1907 All Saints Episcopal Church
First Baptist Church
Twelve Horseman painted by Larry Joe Spivey
Ideal Poultry is a lovely building.
Historic 1891 Green Building has been the Cameron City Hall since 2002.