Texas State Cemetery

Texas State Cemetery

Less than a mile from the Capitol, the lovely, tree-lined Texas State Cemetery is the final resting place for political figures such as U.S. Rep. Barbara Jordan and Texas Govs. John Connally and Ann Richards; author James Michener (who spent his final years in Austin); legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry; and Stephen F. Austin himself.

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