Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Marksville, Troysville, Caddoan, Early, Gibson Aspect, Intermediate, Fulton Aspect, Archaic, La Hapre Aspect, Late and Ceramic Period dating back to 999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these Lamar County historic places including Samuel Bell Maxey, John Gibbons and James Rodgers.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Lamar County places including Austin Brothers Bridge Co., Texas Hisghway Department, J.L. Wees, Texas Highway Department, Vanslyke & Woodruff, Austin Brothers Bridge Company, Volk,L.B,& Son, Jim & Joe Fite, Peter Watkins and W.H. Norris. Prominent architectural styles found in Lamar Country are Classical Revival, Colonial Revival and Queen Anne.