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Worth the drive from Palestine Texas

What'd we do today? Went to Louisiana. What'd we do there? Stepped inside it barely but more... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
Steve G
,
Palestine, Texas
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Granite Marker dates back to 1841

The International Boundary Marker north of Logansport, LA has been at its site for 176 years, which... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
TallTexWally
,
Texarkana, Texas
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Jun 17, 2017
“Worth the drive from Palestine Texas”
Mar 1, 2017
“Granite Marker dates back to 1841”
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Logansport, LA
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Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

What'd we do today? Went to Louisiana. What'd we do there? Stepped inside it barely but more importantly stepped back in history. Seeing the post with "US" on one side and "RT" on the other and letting a teenager figure it out for themselves was...More

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Reviewed 1 March 2017

The International Boundary Marker north of Logansport, LA has been at its site for 176 years, which makes it very historically significant for the Ark - La- Tex area. At the time, the Republic of Texas, which had won its independence from Mexico at the...More

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Reviewed 9 September 2015 via mobile

This is a must for all you Texas history buffs! The marker is just out side of town. As you cross the Sabine River from Texas into Louisiana go through Logansport and turn left on 764, about 3 miles north will be a left turn...More

1  Thank Ron R
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Reviewed 3 October 2014

This is a historic site that is well hidden in the backwoods, on the edge of the border between Texas and Louisiana. It displays a marker of the original boundary between the Republic of Texas and the Louisiana Purchase. The old survey dates back to...More

1  Thank BobShelton
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