Harrison County Historical Museum

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Harrison County Historical Museum is a historical museum in Marshall, Texas, dedicated to the history of Harrison County, Texas. The museum features twenty-two rooms of exhibits ranging in topic from the Native American Caddo culture to the history of the HBCU Wiley College.

The museum is located in the Old Courthouse on Whetstone Square.

The museum houses thousands of artifacts and also has an extensive photographic and text archive partially maintained by a genealogical society. Notable pieces housed in the museum include an Inaugural ball gown worn by Lady Bird Johnson and an accompanying suit worn by Lyndon Johnson, the Emmy that journalist Bill Moyers won for his documentary Marshall, Texas: Marshall, Texas, and George Foreman's world championship belt.

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Coordinates: 32°32′42″N 94°22′02″W / 32.5450°N 94.3673°W / 32.5450; -94.3673