|Other titles||Information guide : Fort McKavett, Texas : United States Army Post, 1852-1859 - 1868-1883 : Fort McKavett State Historic Site, Fort McKavett, Texas : United States Army Post, 1852-1859 - 1868-1883 : Fort McKavett State Historic Site : information guide|
|Statement||Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.|
|Contributions||Texas. Parks and Wildlife Dept.|
|LC Classifications||UA26.M25 F68 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||2008412262|
Title: Fort McKavett: A Texas frontier post (Learn about Texas) Author Name: Sullivan, Jerry M Categories: Other, Publisher: Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Used: Good Type: Paperback Seller ID: FM Fort McKavett, TX GPS: N30° 49' " W° 6' " [email protected] Fort McKavett State Historic Site, Fort Mc Kavett: Hours, Address, Fort McKavett State Historic Site Reviews: 5/5 there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date. Fort Mc Kavett, TX Website +1 Email. Best nearby. 1 Restaurant within 5 miles.5/5(40). Fort McKavett State Historic Site, Fort McKavett, TX. K likes. Open daily 8am-5pmAdults: $4 Ages /Students with ID/Adult Tour Groups: $3 per person 5 and under: free School Groups: $1 per.
Get directions, maps, and traffic for Fort McKavett, TX. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Fort McKavett is a ghost town in Menard County, Texas, United lies at the intersections of Farm to Market Road and Farm to Market Road , 20 miles southwest of the county seat, Menard. Its elevation is 2, feet ( m). Although it is unincorporated, it has . In , the William L. Black moved from St. Louis to live on the ranch in Fort McKavett. While waiting for a house to be built for his family on the ranch, the Blacks stayed in the recently abandoned hospital building at Fort McKavett. William and Camilla’s children would entertain themselves during their stay at the abandoned fort by roller skating around the old recovery ward. Friends of Fort McKavett. K likes. The Friends of Fort McKavett is a support group of interested persons to preserve our history and heritage of one of the most complete 's Military 5/5.
This unique coloring book contains images from Fort McKavett in Menard Texas, plus canvasses of various backgrounds for hours of coloring fun. You can save you canvas and work on it later, while maintaining a history of your work. There is a slideshow on Ft. McKavett plus images from Presidio San Saba. There are 18 different canvasses you can choose from In addition to the standard . Fort McKavett P.O. Box Fort McKavett, TX Phone: Photo from the book, Texas Forts, by Wayne Lease. Indian activity in the region was not heavy during the s though a brief rise in hostile raids in the spring of and continued activity into , occupied the post's companies. Freeman returned to Fort McKavett, then departed for Fort Chadbourne, 95 miles to the northwest on Oak Creek, a small tributary of the Colorado. It was a four-day journey. Except for the officers, who lived in "two or three rude, jacal huts," the troops there were still living in tents. Photo courtesy Texas Parks and Wildlife, Fort McKavett SHS. A new post on the Concho River—Fort Concho—was established two years later and Fort McKavett was reoccupied. But the cavalry companies were removed from Fort Inge, Fort Mason, and Camp Verde, and Fort .