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Livingston, Texas

Livingston is the trade center for a prosperous lumber and agricultural district of the fertile Trinity River Valley and the seat of Polk County. Established in 1846, Livingston was named by its founder, Moses L. Choate, for his former home in Alabama. Oil was discovered in the 1940s.

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Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation

Home of Alabama and Coushatta Indians, part of Southern forest tribes, in dense, wooded area known as the Big Thicket. Sam Houston, a staunch friend of Indians, was influential in having reservation created in 1850

Livingston, TX Indian Reservations




Livingston Municipal Golf Course

Course Access: Public
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

Livingston, TX Golf Courses

Things to do near Livingston, TX

London Museum and Tea Room

Located across from the rebuilt school, this small museum recalls the horror of the 1937 school explosion that rocked the nat...

Jefferson Historical Society Museum

Four floors of articles, documents and antiques from bygone era. Mementos of pioneer days, early steamboat commerce, and ante...

Charnwood Residential Historical District

Dating back to the 1860s, includes Tudor Revival, Classical Revival, Colonial, Craftsman, Queen Anne and Ranch-style homes. L...

Martin Dies Jr. State Park

705 acres on eastern shore of B. A. Steinhagen Lake (also known as Town Bluff and Dam B Reservoir). Rest rooms with showers, ...

Historical Sites

Historical monuments and markers identify abundant sites including Sam Houston's law office, blocks of original Mexican town ...