About States of Texas

The Constitution of the Republic of Texas set up 12 states within the republic. They named all states after a person key in the establishment and history of Texas.


Texas States

The 12 states of Texas, with the Capital District of Austin in Black.

State Name: Houston

Named After: Sam Houston

Capital: Houston

Other Big Cities: Galveston, Pasadena


State Name: Crockett

Named After: Davy Crockett

Capital: San Antonio

Other Big Cities: Victoria, Port Lavaca


State Name: Travis

Named After: William Travis

Capital: Corpus Christi

Other Big Cities: Brownsville, McAllen


State Name: Bowie

Named After: James Bowie

Capital: Laredo

Other Big Cities: Eagle Pass, Kerrville


State Name: Tyler

Named After: John Tyler

Capital: Lampasas

Other Big Cities: Boerne, Burnet


State Name: Bryan

Named After: William Joel Bryan

Capital: Waco

Other Big Cities: Killeen, Round Rock


State Name: Worth

Named After: William Jenkins Worth

Capital: Fort Worth

Other Big Cities: Arlington, Dallas


State Name: Wigfall

Named After: Louis T. Wigfall

Capital: Stephenville

Other Big Cities: Wichita Falls, Stephenville


State Name: Reagan

Named After: John Reagan

Capital: Amarillo

Other Big Cities: Pampa, Dumas


State Name: Lubbock

Named After: Francis Lubbock/Thomas S. Lubbock (disputed)

Capital: Lubbock

Other Big Cities: Plainview, Brownfield


State Name: Zavala

Named After: Lorenzo de Zavala

Capital: Zavala (No longer exists in OTL)

Other Cities: Odessa, Midland


State Name: Seguin

Named After: Juan Seguin

Capital: El Paso

Other Big Cities: Pecos, Fort Stockton

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