Amon Carter-Riverside High School and Riverside I.S.D.
Marker Text: A community school system known as Trinity Bend existed as early as 1876 in what is now the Riverside Neighborhood of Fort Worth. Classes were held in a one-room schoolhouse built by Dr. Eagle, a retired physician. The Pendleton District was created for this area in 1884, and the name Riverside was adopted fifteen years later. After the City of Fort Worth annexed the Riverside Community in 1922, the school became part of the Fort Worth educational system. In 1941 the school at this site was named for Fort Worth businessman and philanthropist Amon G. Carter. (1983
Marker No: 153
Aluminum 18 x 28 Subject Marker
Geographic: 32.780727, -97.300293
Location: 3301 Yucca Avenue, Fort Worth