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Sam Houston Park is Houston's first established park that was created in 1900 by former Mayor Sam Brashear. The park is located at the edge of town on a 20-acre property that once belonged to the Kellum-Noble House and School. The park is landscaped as a Victorian-style village, with footpaths, streams, a rustic bridge, and an old mill. Under the operation of the Heritage Society, many historic structures were relocated to the park, which is now home to the Kellum-Noble House, Nichols-Rice-Cherry House, San Felipe House, Pillot House, St. John Church, The Old Place, Straiti House, Yates House, 4th Ward Cottage, and Baker Family Playhouse.
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