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Mackenzie Trail Monument


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Large hand-carved marker erected by descendants of early ranchers, summarizes the famous Mackenzie Trail and what it meant to area pioneers in the late 1800s.


Address: Intersection of U.S. 277/Texas 6 north.

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Texas Cowboy Museum

Original paintings and prints by noted cowboy artists; farm and ranch artifacts from early 20th century, including living room/kitchen and blacksmith shop. Adjacent to chamber of commerce office (Texas 6)

Stamford, TX Museums

Mackenzie Trail Monument

Large hand-carved marker erected by descendants of early ranchers, summarizes the famous Mackenzie Trail and what it meant to area pioneers in the late 1800

Stamford, TX Monuments

Stamford Golf & Country Club

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 9
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Stamford, TX Golf Courses

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