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Beaumont


Spindle Top Hill Confederate Camp, Site of


Here from 1862 to 1864, camped Colonel A. W. Spaight's Battalion, 2nd Texas Infantry, Confederate States Army, composed of soldiers from Jefferson, Liberty, and Chambers counties. Their presence here served to prevent invasion of this part of Texas by the Federal Army.

2050 Spindletop Road Beaumont, Texas

Jefferson County

Year Erected: 1936

Marker Type: 1936 Centennial Marker

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