GREAT WESTERN CATTLE TRAIL
 

Bandera County Historical Commission

Western Cattle Trail Markers.

The Bandera County Historical Commission completed the installation of 4 Great Western Cattle Trail Markers through Bandera County in 2010.

The project was directed and coordinated by David Burell, founder and first president of the Great Western Cattle Trail Association.         David Burell put together a path of trail marker locations throughout the USA into Canada and recruited sponsors for the markers.





















Texas Historical Commission

“Great Western Cattle Trail”

Story Marker installed and dedicated on

August 30, 2014.














































































First Western Cattle Marker placed in Bandera County was at the Heritage Park in the City of Bandera, Texas

Sponsored by the David Burell family. 

The City of Bandera Marker was the second Western Cattle Marker in Texas.  The first Western Cattle Trail Marker in Texas was placed at  Doan’s Crossing in norther Wilbarger County.




















Second Western Cattle Trail Marker was placed at Bandera Pass

on 173 North of the City of Bandera. 

Sponsored and donated by Don and Peggy Tobin of Bandera, Texas.





















Third Western Cattle Trail Marker was placed at Quihi Pass on 173 South. Sponsored and donated

by the descendants of Polish Immigrant, Jan Dlugosz.





















Fourth and final Western Cattle Marker was placed 6 miles north of Bandera on HWY 173 North at the intersection of the Old Upper Mason Creek Road.  Sponsored and donated by the descendants of Polish Immigrant, Franz Anderwald.




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Bandera County, Texas USA

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