National Register of Historic Places listings in Missouri Article

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This is a list of properties and historic districts in Missouri on the National Register of Historic Places. There are NRHP listings in all of Missouri's 114 counties and the one independent city of St. Louis.

Contents: Counties in Missouri   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Adair - Andrew - Atchison - Audrain - Barry - Barton - Bates - Benton - Bollinger - Boone - Buchanan - Butler - Caldwell - Callaway - Camden - Cape Girardeau - Carroll - Carter - Cass - Cedar - Chariton - Christian - Clark - Clay - Clinton - Cole - Cooper - Crawford - Dade - Dallas - Daviess - DeKalb - Dent - Douglas - Dunklin - Franklin - Gasconade - Gentry - Greene - Grundy - Harrison - Henry - Hickory - Holt - Howard - Howell - Iron - Jackson - Jasper - Jefferson - Johnson - Knox - Laclede - Lafayette - Lawrence - Lewis - Lincoln - Linn - Livingston - Macon - Madison - Maries - Marion - McDonald - Mercer - Miller - Mississippi - Moniteau - Monroe - Montgomery - Morgan - New Madrid - Newton - Nodaway - Oregon - Osage - Ozark - Pemiscot - Perry - Pettis - Phelps - Pike - Platte - Polk - Pulaski - Putnam - Ralls - Randolph - Ray - Reynolds - Ripley - St. Charles - St. Clair - St. Francois - St. Louis (city) - St. Louis County - Ste. Genevieve - Saline - Schuyler - Scotland - Scott - Shannon - Shelby - Stoddard - Stone - Sullivan - Taney - Texas - Vernon - Warren - Washington - Wayne - Webster - Worth - Wright
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 9, 2018. [1]


Current listings by county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of March 13, 2009 [2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. [3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis. [4] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

County # of Sites
1 Adair 20
2 Andrew 3
3 Atchison 8
4 Audrain 4
5 Barry 16
6 Barton 1
7 Bates 4
8 Benton 4
9 Bollinger 2
10 Boone 51
11 Buchanan 62
12 Butler 25
13 Caldwell 2
14 Callaway 20
15 Camden 10
16 Cape Girardeau 57
17 Carroll 6
18 Carter 30
19 Cass 7
20 Cedar 3
21 Chariton 7
22 Christian 3
23 Clark 5
24 Clay 39
25 Clinton 1
26 Cole 47
27 Cooper 43
28 Crawford 13
29 Dade 2
30 Dallas 2
31 Daviess 3
32 DeKalb 3
33 Dent 8
34 Douglas 2
35 Dunklin 8
36 Franklin 61
37 Gasconade 9
38 Gentry 4
39 Greene 71
40 Grundy 7
41 Harrison 2
42 Henry 8
43 Hickory 2
44 Holt 3
45 Howard 25
46 Howell 6
47 Iron 6
48.1 Jackson: Downtown Kansas City 151
48.2 Jackson: Kansas City other 164
48.3 Jackson: Other 51
48.4 Duplicates (1) [5]
48.5 Jackson: Total 365
49 Jasper 35
50 Jefferson 14
51 Johnson 22
52 Knox 1
53 Laclede 6
54 Lafayette 29
55 Lawrence 5
56 Lewis 12
57 Lincoln 5
58 Linn 5
59 Livingston 4
60 Macon 9
61 Madison 5
62 Maries 1
63 Marion 41
64 McDonald 3
65 Mercer 2
66 Miller 7
67 Mississippi 10
68 Moniteau 10
69 Monroe 10
70 Montgomery 9
71 Morgan 4
72 New Madrid 10
73 Newton 12
74 Nodaway 7
75 Oregon 3
76 Osage 9
77 Ozark 2
78 Pemiscot 8
79 Perry 9
80 Pettis 27
81 Phelps 11
82 Pike 21
83 Platte 16
84 Polk 4
85 Pulaski 7
86 Putnam 1
87 Ralls 9
88 Randolph 4
89 Ray 6
90 Reynolds 2
91 Ripley 9
92 St. Charles 35
93 St. Clair 2
94 St. Francois 10
95.1 St. Louis (city): Downtown and West 132
95.2 St. Louis (city): Northwest 188
95.3 St. Louis (city): Southwest 111
95 St. Louis (city): Total 431
96 St. Louis County 182
97 Ste. Genevieve 6
98 Saline 32
99 Schuyler 2
100 Scotland 3
101 Scott 7
102 Shannon 16
103 Shelby 4
104 Stoddard 5
105 Stone 4
106 Sullivan 6
107 Taney 5
108 Texas 5
109 Vernon 8
110 Warren 7
111 Washington 11
112 Wayne 3
113 Webster 3
114 Worth 1
115 Wright 5
(duplicates) (12) [6]
Total: 2,297

Adair County

Andrew County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Andrew County Courthouse
Andrew County Courthouse
September 11, 1980
( #80002308)
4th and Main Sts.
39°56′29″N 94°49′45″W / 39.941389°N 94.829167°W / 39.941389; -94.829167 (Andrew County Courthouse)
Savannah
2 J. F. Roberts Octagonal Barn
J. F. Roberts Octagonal Barn
November 18, 1999
( #99001362)
Jct. MO B and MO 48
40°03′47″N 94°44′44″W / 40.063056°N 94.745556°W / 40.063056; -94.745556 (J. F. Roberts Octagonal Barn)
Rea
3 Walnut Park Farm Historic District
Walnut Park Farm Historic District
December 22, 1999
( #99001597)
Jct. of MO 59 and MO 71
39°49′56″N 94°48′46″W / 39.832222°N 94.812778°W / 39.832222; -94.812778 (Walnut Park Farm Historic District)
St. Joseph

Atchison County

Audrain County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Audrain County Courthouse
Audrain County Courthouse
July 25, 2012
( #12000434)
101 N. Jefferson St.
39°10′21″N 91°52′59″W / 39.172609°N 91.883127°W / 39.172609; -91.883127 (Audrain County Courthouse)
Mexico
2 Lincoln School
Lincoln School
February 16, 1996
( #96000060)
301 Lincoln St.
39°18′17″N 91°29′33″W / 39.304722°N 91.4925°W / 39.304722; -91.4925 (Lincoln School)
Vandalia
3 Ross House
Ross House
July 26, 1978
( #78001637)
501 S. Muldrow St.
39°10′06″N 91°53′21″W / 39.168333°N 91.889167°W / 39.168333; -91.889167 (Ross House)
Mexico
4 Arthur Simmons Stables Historic District
Arthur Simmons Stables Historic District
December 4, 2004
( #04001286)
621 and 701 W. Boulevard St.
39°09′51″N 91°53′25″W / 39.164167°N 91.890278°W / 39.164167; -91.890278 (Arthur Simmons Stables Historic District)
Mexico

Barry County

Barton County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Harry Truman Birthplace Memorial
Harry Truman Birthplace Memorial
June 23, 1969
( #69000089)
N corner, 11th St. and Truman Ave.
37°29′40″N 94°16′17″W / 37.494444°N 94.271389°W / 37.494444; -94.271389 (Harry Truman Birthplace Memorial)
Lamar

Bates County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Bates County Courthouse
Bates County Courthouse
June 28, 2001
( #01000684)
1 North Delaware
38°15′28″N 94°21′19″W / 38.257778°N 94.355278°W / 38.257778; -94.355278 (Bates County Courthouse)
Butler
2 Hudson City School October 10, 2002
( #02001110)
Approx. 1 mile NW of MO 52 and Hwy. W
38°12′12″N 94°05′25″W / 38.203333°N 94.090278°W / 38.203333; -94.090278 (Hudson City School)
Appleton City
3 Palace Hotel July 19, 2002
( #02000795)
2-4 W. Ohio St.
38°15′31″N 94°19′54″W / 38.258611°N 94.331667°W / 38.258611; -94.331667 (Palace Hotel)
Butler
4 Papinville Marais des Cygnes River Bridge
Papinville Marais des Cygnes River Bridge
October 22, 2002
( #02001192)
Cty. Rd. 648 over the Marais des Cygenes R.
38°04′06″N 94°13′54″W / 38.068333°N 94.231667°W / 38.068333; -94.231667 (Papinville Marais des Cygnes River Bridge)
Papinville

Benton County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Central Cole Camp Historic District April 11, 2002
( #02000355)
Roughly consists of the 100 blocks of E. and W. Main St., most of Maple St., 105 E. Butterfield, 106 N. Olive, and 107 N. Boonville
38°27′35″N 93°14′14″W / 38.459722°N 93.237222°W / 38.459722; -93.237222 (Central Cole Camp Historic District)
Cole Camp
2 Rodgers Shelter Archeological Site June 23, 1969
( #69000090)
Right bank of the Pomme de Terre River, 5 miles (8.0 km) by road southwest of Fristoe [9]
38°05′34″N 93°20′43″W / 38.092778°N 93.345278°W / 38.092778; -93.345278 (Rodgers Shelter Archeological Site)
Fristoe
3 Augustus Sander House June 9, 2004
( #04000581)
408 W. Jefferson St.
38°27′21″N 93°12′22″W / 38.455833°N 93.206111°W / 38.455833; -93.206111 (Augustus Sander House)
Cole Camp
4 Upper Bridge
Upper Bridge
September 17, 1999
( #99001159)
Old Highway A, over Osage River
38°14′39″N 93°23′16″W / 38.244167°N 93.387778°W / 38.244167; -93.387778 (Upper Bridge)
Warsaw

Bollinger County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Will Mayfield College Arts and Science Building
Will Mayfield College Arts and Science Building
May 25, 2005
( #05000929)
207 Mayfield Dr.
37°18′31″N 89°58′28″W / 37.308611°N 89.974444°W / 37.308611; -89.974444 (Will Mayfield College Arts and Science Building)
Marble Hill
2 Will Mayfield College Campus January 14, 2013
( #12001176)
207 Mayfield Dr.
37°18′31″N 89°58′30″W / 37.308713°N 89.974962°W / 37.308713; -89.974962 (Will Mayfield College Campus)
Marble Hill Now the site of the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History

Boone County

Buchanan County

Butler County

Caldwell County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Caldwell County Courthouse January 13, 1972
( #72000707)
49 E. Main St.
39°38′28″N 94°02′13″W / 39.641111°N 94.036944°W / 39.641111; -94.036944 (Caldwell County Courthouse)
Kingston
2 Far West
Far West
September 22, 1970
( #70000324)
5.5 miles (8.9 km) west of Kingston via County Roads D and H
39°40′17″N 94°07′52″W / 39.671389°N 94.131111°W / 39.671389; -94.131111 (Far West)
Kingston

Callaway County

Camden County

Cape Girardeau County

Carroll County

Carter County

Cass County

Cedar County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Caplinger Mills Historic District
Caplinger Mills Historic District
September 2, 1993
( #93000903)
Junction of Washington Ave. and the Sac River
37°47′51″N 93°48′21″W / 37.7975°N 93.805833°W / 37.7975; -93.805833 (Caplinger Mills Historic District)
Caplinger Mills
2 Montgomery Archeological Site September 21, 1978
( #78001639)
Address Restricted
Stockton
3 Stockton Community Building
Stockton Community Building
December 10, 1998
( #98001502)
Junction of Spring and Morth Sts.
37°42′00″N 93°47′46″W / 37.7°N 93.796111°W / 37.7; -93.796111 (Stockton Community Building)
Stockton

Chariton County

Christian County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Ozark Courthouse Square Historic District
Ozark Courthouse Square Historic District
February 5, 2009
( #08001409)
Portions of 2nd Ave. and Church, Elm, and 2nd Sts. on the courthouse square
37°01′11″N 93°12′29″W / 37.0195847°N 93.2079512°W / 37.0195847; -93.2079512 (Ozark Courthouse Square Historic District)
Ozark
2 Smallin Cave Historic District March 8, 2018
( #100002186)
3575 N Smallin Rd.
37°03′04″N 93°11′12″W / 37.051192°N 93.186576°W / 37.051192; -93.186576 (Smallin Cave Historic District)
Ozark vicinity
3 Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District October 24, 1991
( #91002046)
Address Restricted
Chadwick

Clark County

Clay County

Clinton County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 David L. and Sallie Ann Stoutimore House July 23, 2013
( #13000536)
501 S. Birch Ave.
39°33′39″N 94°27′06″W / 39.560853°N 94.451598°W / 39.560853; -94.451598 (David L. and Sallie Ann Stoutimore House)
Plattsburg

Cole County

Cooper County

Crawford County

Dade County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Greenfield Opera House Building
Greenfield Opera House Building
December 10, 1998
( #98001504)
Junction of Water and Allison Sts.
37°24′53″N 93°50′27″W / 37.414722°N 93.840833°W / 37.414722; -93.840833 (Greenfield Opera House Building)
Greenfield
2 Washington Hotel October 16, 2002
( #02001178)
2 S. Main St.
37°24′56″N 93°50′24″W / 37.415556°N 93.84°W / 37.415556; -93.84 (Washington Hotel)
Greenfield

Former listing

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Dilday Mill August 26, 1977
(#77000805)
December 19, 1994 Southeast of South Greenfield on Turnback Creek
South Greenfield Collapsed in 1982. [10]

Dallas County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Bennett Spring State Park Hatchery-Lodge Area Historic District
Bennett Spring State Park Hatchery-Lodge Area Historic District
March 4, 1985
( #85000504)
Route A64
37°43′31″N 92°51′24″W / 37.725278°N 92.856667°W / 37.725278; -92.856667 (Bennett Spring State Park Hatchery-Lodge Area Historic District)
Bennett Spring At Bennett Spring State Park
2 Bennett Spring State Park Shelter House and Water Gauge Station
Bennett Spring State Park Shelter House and Water Gauge Station
February 28, 1985
( #85000527)
Off Route A64
37°43′01″N 92°51′27″W / 37.716944°N 92.8575°W / 37.716944; -92.8575 (Bennett Spring State Park Shelter House and Water Gauge Station)
Bennett Spring At Bennett Spring State Park

Daviess County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Daviess County Courthouse
Daviess County Courthouse
November 14, 1980
( #80002350)
Public Sq.
39°54′55″N 93°57′44″W / 39.915278°N 93.962222°W / 39.915278; -93.962222 (Daviess County Courthouse)
Gallatin
2 Daviess County Rotary Jail and Sheriff's Residence
Daviess County Rotary Jail and Sheriff's Residence
February 23, 1990
( #90000131)
310 W. Jackson
39°54′55″N 93°57′50″W / 39.915278°N 93.963889°W / 39.915278; -93.963889 (Daviess County Rotary Jail and Sheriff's Residence)
Gallatin
3 A. Taylor Ray House
A. Taylor Ray House
April 12, 1982
( #82003135)
212 W. Van Buren St.
39°54′48″N 93°57′50″W / 39.913333°N 93.963889°W / 39.913333; -93.963889 (A. Taylor Ray House)
Gallatin

DeKalb County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Dalton-Uphoff House April 12, 1982
( #82004634)
North of Stewartsville
39°51′12″N 94°29′58″W / 39.853333°N 94.499444°W / 39.853333; -94.499444 (Dalton-Uphoff House)
Stewartsville
2 DeKalb County Courthouse
DeKalb County Courthouse
February 5, 1998
( #98000068)
109 W. Main St.
39°53′24″N 94°21′35″W / 39.89°N 94.359722°W / 39.89; -94.359722 (DeKalb County Courthouse)
Maysville
3 Absolom Riggs House April 12, 1982
( #82004635)
SR 1
39°55′32″N 94°15′12″W / 39.925556°N 94.253333°W / 39.925556; -94.253333 (Absolom Riggs House)
Weatherby

Dent County

Douglas County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Ava Ranger Station Historic District
Ava Ranger Station Historic District
August 4, 2003
( #03000714)
Route 5S
36°56′15″N 92°39′41″W / 36.9375°N 92.661389°W / 36.9375; -92.661389 (Ava Ranger Station Historic District)
Ava Old tractor by the Ava ranger station
2 Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District October 24, 1991
( #91002046)
Address Restricted
Dogwood

Dunklin County

Franklin County

Gasconade County

Gentry County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Albany Carnegie Public Library
Albany Carnegie Public Library
February 23, 1990
( #90000130)
101 W. Clay St.
40°14′52″N 94°19′55″W / 40.2479°N 94.3319°W / 40.2479; -94.3319 (Albany Carnegie Public Library)
Albany
2 Gentry County Courthouse
Gentry County Courthouse
September 18, 1980
( #80002352)
Public Sq.
40°11′43″N 94°20′01″W / 40.195278°N 94.333611°W / 40.195278; -94.333611 (Gentry County Courthouse)
Albany
3 Opera Hall Block May 9, 2002
( #02000472)
101-03 W. Vermont/101-03 S. Connecticut
40°03′04″N 94°31′25″W / 40.051111°N 94.523611°W / 40.051111; -94.523611 (Opera Hall Block)
King City
4 Samuel and Pauline Peery House August 11, 2005
( #05000881)
1105 N. Hundley St.
40°15′21″N 94°19′51″W / 40.255833°N 94.330833°W / 40.255833; -94.330833 (Samuel and Pauline Peery House)
Albany

Greene County

Grundy County

Harrison County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Hamilton House April 11, 1985
( #85000733)
1228 W. Main
40°16′06″N 94°02′17″W / 40.268333°N 94.038056°W / 40.268333; -94.038056 (Hamilton House)
Bethany
2 Slatten House July 9, 1984
( #84002553)
Route 4
40°16′24″N 93°56′34″W / 40.273333°N 93.942778°W / 40.273333; -93.942778 (Slatten House)
Bethany

Henry County

Hickory County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Quincy Public Hall April 7, 1995
( #95000370)
Route 83
38°00′31″N 93°28′17″W / 38.008611°N 93.471389°W / 38.008611; -93.471389 (Quincy Public Hall)
Quincy
2 John Siddle Williams House September 27, 1980
( #80002356)
Off U.S. Route 54
37°56′33″N 93°19′10″W / 37.9425°N 93.319444°W / 37.9425; -93.319444 (John Siddle Williams House)
Hermitage

Holt County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot
December 12, 1978
( #78001648)
S. State St.
40°07′43″N 95°13′52″W / 40.128611°N 95.231111°W / 40.128611; -95.231111 (Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot)
Mound City
2 City Hall
City Hall
June 27, 1979
( #79001362)
Route 111
39°58′57″N 95°11′25″W / 39.9825°N 95.190278°W / 39.9825; -95.190278 (City Hall)
Forest City
3 St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Parochial School
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Parochial School
January 4, 2008
( #07001339)
112 Walters St.
40°14′52″N 95°27′16″W / 40.247778°N 95.454444°W / 40.247778; -95.454444 (St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Parochial School)
Corning

Former listings

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Carroll Stagecoach Inn August 18, 1983
(#83000993)
December 19, 1994 East of Oregon
Oregon
2 Rulo Bridge
Rulo Bridge
January 4, 1993
(#92000718)
November 16, 2015 U.S. Route 159 over the Missouri River
40°03′14″N 95°25′14″W / 40.053889°N 95.420556°W / 40.053889; -95.420556 (Rulo Bridge)
Fortescue Demolished (imploded) in 2014

Howard County

Howell County

Iron County

Jackson County

Jasper County

Jefferson County

Johnson County

Knox County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Edina Double Square Historic District
Edina Double Square Historic District
July 28, 1999
( #99000902)
118-124 S. Main St.; also roughly along portions of Main and E. Lafayette Sts.
40°10′06″N 92°10′21″W / 40.168333°N 92.1725°W / 40.168333; -92.1725 (Edina Double Square Historic District)
Edina Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of March 13, 2002

Laclede County

Lafayette County

Lawrence County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Lewis Shaw Coleman House
Lewis Shaw Coleman House
October 17, 2016
( #16000727)
227 E. College St.
36°58′18″N 93°43′02″W / 36.971758°N 93.717333°W / 36.971758; -93.717333 (Lewis Shaw Coleman House)
Aurora
2 Lawrence County Bank Building March 10, 2005
( #05000119)
100 W. Commercial St.
36°56′41″N 94°00′10″W / 36.944722°N 94.002778°W / 36.944722; -94.002778 (Lawrence County Bank Building)
Pierce City
3 Lawrence County Courthouse
Lawrence County Courthouse
September 23, 1980
( #80002374)
City Sq.
37°06′12″N 93°49′06″W / 37.103333°N 93.818333°W / 37.103333; -93.818333 (Lawrence County Courthouse)
Mount Vernon
4 Old Spanish Fort Archeological Site January 25, 1971
( #71000469)
In and around the Spanish Fort Cemetery, south of Mount Vernon [11]
37°03′15″N 93°49′54″W / 37.054167°N 93.831667°W / 37.054167; -93.831667 (Old Spanish Fort Archeological Site)
Mount Vernon
5 Pierce City Fire Station, Courthouse and Jail August 28, 1998
( #98001108)
Walnut St.
36°56′44″N 94°00′11″W / 36.945556°N 94.003056°W / 36.945556; -94.003056 (Pierce City Fire Station, Courthouse and Jail)
Pierce City

Lewis County

Lincoln County

Linn County

Livingston County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Chillicothe Commercial Historic District
Chillicothe Commercial Historic District
October 16, 2002
( #02001176)
Roughly bounded Clay, Ann, Washington, and Locust Sts.
39°47′32″N 93°33′09″W / 39.792222°N 93.5525°W / 39.792222; -93.5525 (Chillicothe Commercial Historic District)
Chillicothe
2 Chillicothe Industrial Home for Girls
Chillicothe Industrial Home for Girls
April 19, 2010
( #10000182)
1500 Third St.
39°47′22″N 93°33′45″W / 39.789467°N 93.562547°W / 39.789467; -93.562547 (Chillicothe Industrial Home for Girls)
Chillicothe
3 Courthouse Square Historic District
Courthouse Square Historic District
October 16, 2002
( #02001177)
Roughly bounded by Calhoun, Jackson, Washington, and Elm Sts.
39°47′39″N 93°33′09″W / 39.794167°N 93.5525°W / 39.794167; -93.5525 (Courthouse Square Historic District)
Chillicothe
4 Grace Episcopal Church and Building September 17, 1980
( #80002375)
421 Elm St.
39°47′30″N 93°32′23″W / 39.791667°N 93.539722°W / 39.791667; -93.539722 (Grace Episcopal Church and Building)
Chillicothe

Macon County

Madison County

Maries County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Maries County Jail and Sheriff's House
Maries County Jail and Sheriff's House
March 1, 2002
( #02000101)
Junction of 5th and Mill Sts.
38°11′11″N 91°56′46″W / 38.186389°N 91.946111°W / 38.186389; -91.946111 (Maries County Jail and Sheriff's House)
Vienna

Marion County

McDonald County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Pineville Site July 28, 1999
( #99000903)
Address Restricted
Pineville
2 Old McDonald County Courthouse
Old McDonald County Courthouse
May 1, 2012
( #12000251)
400 N. Main St.
36°35′37″N 94°23′00″W / 36.593543°N 94.383465°W / 36.593543; -94.383465 (Old McDonald County Courthouse)
Pineville
3 Powell Bridge
Powell Bridge
April 20, 2011
( #11000215)
0.4 miles (0.64 km) southwest of Powell on Cowan Ridge Rd. off Highway E
36°36′57″N 94°10′56″W / 36.615833°N 94.182222°W / 36.615833; -94.182222 (Powell Bridge)
Powell

Mercer County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Herbert Cain and Corah Brantley Casteel House July 14, 1995
( #95000781)
Address Restricted
Princeton
2 Leo Ellis Post No. 22, American Legion Building April 26, 1996
( #96000478)
804 Grant St.
40°24′01″N 93°35′03″W / 40.400278°N 93.584167°W / 40.400278; -93.584167 (Leo Ellis Post No. 22, American Legion Building)
Princeton

Miller County

Mississippi County

Moniteau County

Monroe County

Montgomery County

Morgan County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Martin Hotel September 6, 1978
( #78001669)
118 N. Monroe St.
38°25′57″N 92°50′29″W / 38.4325°N 92.841389°W / 38.4325; -92.841389 (Martin Hotel)
Versailles
2 Morgan County Courthouse
Morgan County Courthouse
January 10, 1980
( #80002383)
Courthouse Sq.
38°25′53″N 92°51′11″W / 38.431389°N 92.853056°W / 38.431389; -92.853056 (Morgan County Courthouse)
Versailles
3 Old St. Patrick's Church March 2, 1979
( #79001384)
South of Gravois Mills on Route 0
38°12′44″N 92°49′32″W / 38.212118°N 92.825657°W / 38.212118; -92.825657 (Old St. Patrick's Church)
Gravois Mills
4 Jesse Ratcliff House April 12, 1982
( #82003154)
Northeast of Barnett
38°24′09″N 92°38′17″W / 38.4025°N 92.638056°W / 38.4025; -92.638056 (Jesse Ratcliff House)
Barnett

New Madrid County

Newton County

Nodaway County

Oregon County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Church of the Holy Trinity July 24, 2017
( #100001352)
117 N. 5th St.
36°31′28″N 91°32′37″W / 36.524444°N 91.543611°W / 36.524444; -91.543611 (Church of the Holy Trinity)
Thayer
2 Greer Mill January 26, 2006
( #05001551)
Western side of Route 10, 10 miles (16 km) north of Alton
36°47′11″N 91°20′33″W / 36.786389°N 91.3425°W / 36.786389; -91.3425 (Greer Mill)
Alton
3 Pigman Mound Archeological Site March 4, 1971
( #71000472)
Address Restricted
Riverton

Osage County

Ozark County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 John Conkin and Clara Layton Harlin House
John Conkin and Clara Layton Harlin House
October 22, 2003
( #03001065)
403 Harlin Dr.
36°36′20″N 92°25′48″W / 36.605556°N 92.43°W / 36.605556; -92.43 (John Conkin and Clara Layton Harlin House)
Gainesville
2 Hodgson-Aid Mill
Hodgson-Aid Mill
February 12, 2002
( #02000015)
Route 181
36°42′28″N 92°15′59″W / 36.70771714008167°N 92.26642628240685°W / 36.70771714008167; -92.26642628240685 (Hodgson-Aid Mill)
Sycamore Historic grist mill on Bryant Creek

Pemiscot County

Perry County

Pettis County

Phelps County

Pike County

Platte County

Polk County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Bolivar Public Library
Bolivar Public Library
July 17, 2003
( #03000652)
120 E. Jackson St.
37°36′48″N 93°24′37″W / 37.613333°N 93.410278°W / 37.613333; -93.410278 (Bolivar Public Library)
Bolivar
2 George Dimmitt Memorial Hospital
George Dimmitt Memorial Hospital
March 12, 2012
( #12000101)
102 S. Bolivar Rd.
37°47′41″N 93°34′34″W / 37.794712°N 93.576118°W / 37.794712; -93.576118 (George Dimmitt Memorial Hospital)
Humansville
3 First National Bank October 16, 2013
( #13000839)
103 E. Broadway
37°36′51″N 93°24′42″W / 37.61404°N 93.411687°W / 37.61404; -93.411687 (First National Bank)
Bolivar
4 North Ward School July 14, 2011
( #11000442)
201 W. Locust St.
37°36′57″N 93°24′49″W / 37.615833°N 93.413611°W / 37.615833; -93.413611 (North Ward School)
Bolivar

Pulaski County

Putnam County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Unionville Square Historic District
Unionville Square Historic District
July 19, 2002
( #02000793)
Roughly along portions of Main, Grant., 16th and 17th Sts.
40°28′36″N 93°00′08″W / 40.476667°N 93.002222°W / 40.476667; -93.002222 (Unionville Square Historic District)
Unionville

Ralls County

Randolph County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Burkholder-O'Keefe House
Burkholder-O'Keefe House
September 25, 1989
( #89001414)
605 S. Fifth St.
39°24′47″N 92°26′31″W / 39.413115°N 92.441876°W / 39.413115; -92.441876 (Burkholder-O'Keefe House)
Moberly
2 Mitchell Petroglyph Archeological Site June 23, 1969
( #69000124)
Hillside 0.5 miles (0.80 km) north of Thunderbird Lake [12]
39°32′59″N 92°20′06″W / 39.549611°N 92.335000°W / 39.549611; -92.335000 (Mitchell Petroglyph Archeological Site)
Cairo
3 Moberly Commercial Historic District
Moberly Commercial Historic District
September 4, 2012
( #12000592)
Roughly bounded by W. Coates, W. Rollins, N. Clark, & Johnson Sts.
39°25′11″N 92°26′27″W / 39.419768°N 92.440728°W / 39.419768; -92.440728 (Moberly Commercial Historic District)
Moberly
4 Moberly Junior High School
Moberly Junior High School
January 4, 2008
( #07001340)
101 N. Johnson St.
39°25′09″N 92°26′37″W / 39.419167°N 92.443611°W / 39.419167; -92.443611 (Moberly Junior High School)
Moberly

Ray County

Reynolds County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Buford-Carty Farmstead June 16, 2004
( #04000603)
0.75 miles south of Highway J on County Road 814
37°31′11″N 90°56′11″W / 37.519722°N 90.936389°W / 37.519722; -90.936389 (Buford-Carty Farmstead)
Black
2 Civil War Fortification at Barnesville July 1, 1998
( #98000817)
Deer Run State Forest
37°13′10″N 90°59′14″W / 37.219444°N 90.987222°W / 37.219444; -90.987222 (Civil War Fortification at Barnesville)
Ellington

Ripley County

St. Charles County

St. Clair County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Harper School July 24, 2007
( #07000751)
Junction of Missouri Routes 82 and U
38°03′47″N 93°31′04″W / 38.063056°N 93.517778°W / 38.063056; -93.517778 (Harper School)
Harper
2 Osceola Public School Building January 21, 1999
( #98001638)
Junction of Fifth and Pine Sts.
38°02′41″N 93°42′03″W / 38.044722°N 93.700833°W / 38.044722; -93.700833 (Osceola Public School Building)
Osceola

St. Francois County

Ste. Genevieve County

St. Louis (city)

St. Louis County

Saline County

Schuyler County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Downing Railroad Depot
Downing Railroad Depot
March 29, 1983
( #83001037)
City Park
40°28′59″N 92°22′08″W / 40.483056°N 92.368889°W / 40.483056; -92.368889 (Downing Railroad Depot)
Downing
2 William P. Hall House
William P. Hall House
April 1, 1975
( #75001073)
U.S. Route 136, west of the Schuyler County Courthouse
40°31′25″N 92°31′45″W / 40.523611°N 92.529167°W / 40.523611; -92.529167 (William P. Hall House)
Lancaster

Scotland County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Bible Grove Consolidated District No. 5 School May 5, 2000
( #00000441)
Southern side of Route T at Bible Grove
40°21′04″N 92°18′08″W / 40.351111°N 92.302222°W / 40.351111; -92.302222 (Bible Grove Consolidated District No. 5 School)
Bible Grove
2 Downing House
Downing House
June 27, 1979
( #79001396)
311 S. Main St.
40°27′22″N 92°10′15″W / 40.456111°N 92.170833°W / 40.456111; -92.170833 (Downing House)
Memphis
3 Rutledge School January 31, 2017
( #100000608)
142 2nd St.
40°18′58″N 92°05′15″W / 40.316052°N 92.087521°W / 40.316052; -92.087521 (Rutledge School)
Rutledge

Scott County

Shannon County

Shelby County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Benjamin House
Benjamin House
June 27, 1972
( #72000732)
322 S. Shelby St.
39°41′23″N 92°02′47″W / 39.689722°N 92.046389°W / 39.689722; -92.046389 (Benjamin House)
Shelbina
2 Bethel Historic District November 10, 1970
( #70000350)
Roughly bounded by Liberty, King, 1st, and 4th Sts.
39°52′42″N 92°01′24″W / 39.878333°N 92.023333°W / 39.878333; -92.023333 (Bethel Historic District)
Bethel
3 Elim May 27, 1971
( #71000477)
1.5 miles east of Bethel
39°52′10″N 92°00′10″W / 39.869444°N 92.002778°W / 39.869444; -92.002778 (Elim)
Bethel
4 Hebron January 31, 1978
( #78001677)
0.8 miles (1.3 km) northwest of Bethel
39°53′23″N 92°01′46″W / 39.889722°N 92.029444°W / 39.889722; -92.029444 (Hebron)
Bethel

Stoddard County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Dexter Gymnasium
Dexter Gymnasium
August 8, 2001
( #01000839)
Junction of Park Lane and Fannetta St.
36°47′25″N 89°57′50″W / 36.790278°N 89.963889°W / 36.790278; -89.963889 (Dexter Gymnasium)
Dexter
2 Henry Miller House May 18, 2018
( #100002430)
106 Cape Rd.
36°53′24″N 89°55′29″W / 36.8901°N 89.9246°W / 36.8901; -89.9246 (Henry Miller House)
Bloomfield
3 Mingo National Wildlife Refuge Archeology District May 12, 1975
( #75001074)
Address Restricted
Puxico
4 Rich Wood Archeological Site January 25, 1971
( #71000478)
7 miles (11 km) south of Dexter on the old road to Malden [13]
36°42′24″N 89°57′36″W / 36.706667°N 89.960000°W / 36.706667; -89.960000 (Rich Wood Archeological Site)
Bernie
5 Stoddard County Courthouse
Stoddard County Courthouse
September 18, 1984
( #84002718)
Prairie and Court Sts.
36°53′04″N 89°55′45″W / 36.884444°N 89.929167°W / 36.884444; -89.929167 (Stoddard County Courthouse)
Bloomfield

Stone County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Levi Morrill Post April 3, 1979
( #79001397)
Southeast of Reeds Spring
36°40′32″N 93°20′13″W / 36.675556°N 93.336944°W / 36.675556; -93.336944 (Levi Morrill Post)
Notch
2 Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District October 24, 1991
( #91002046)
Section 34, Township 26 North, Range 23 West [14]
36°55′02″N 93°26′54″W / 36.917222°N 93.448333°W / 36.917222; -93.448333 (Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District)
Elsey Location is that of Hay Cave ( 23SN1), a part of the district
3 Stone County Courthouse
Stone County Courthouse
November 14, 1980
( #80002396)
Public Sq.
36°48′17″N 93°27′58″W / 36.804722°N 93.466111°W / 36.804722; -93.466111 (Stone County Courthouse)
Galena
4 Y Bridge
Y Bridge
May 23, 1991
( #91000591)
Junction of Routes 13 and 43 across the James River
36°48′18″N 93°27′41″W / 36.805°N 93.461389°W / 36.805; -93.461389 (Y Bridge)
Galena

Sullivan County

Taney County

Texas County

Vernon County

Warren County

Washington County

Wayne County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Fort Benton October 21, 2002
( #02000212)
3.5 miles south of the junction of Routes 34 and 67
37°11′02″N 90°33′14″W / 37.183889°N 90.553889°W / 37.183889; -90.553889 (Fort Benton)
Patterson
2 Old Greenville (23WE637)
Old Greenville (23WE637)
February 17, 1990
( #90000005)
2 miles (3.2 km) south of Greenville off U.S. Route 67 [15]
37°06′03″N 90°27′17″W / 37.100833°N 90.454722°W / 37.100833; -90.454722 (Old Greenville (23WE637))
Greenville
3 Sam A. Baker State Park Historic District
Sam A. Baker State Park Historic District
February 27, 1985
( #85000540)
St. Francis Mountains bounded roughly around Cedar Creek, Big Creek and Mudlick Canyon off Route 143
37°15′32″N 90°31′34″W / 37.258889°N 90.526111°W / 37.258889; -90.526111 (Sam A. Baker State Park Historic District)
Patterson All or part of Sam A. Baker State Park

Webster County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Hosmer Dairy Farm Historic District May 16, 1996
( #96000549)
County Farm Road 522, approximately 0.5 miles southwest of its junction with Route E
37°21′33″N 93°01′40″W / 37.359167°N 93.027778°W / 37.359167; -93.027778 (Hosmer Dairy Farm Historic District)
Marshfield
2 Col. Thomas C. Love House
Col. Thomas C. Love House
January 18, 1985
( #85000108)
Off Route 1
37°11′20″N 92°43′48″W / 37.188889°N 92.73°W / 37.188889; -92.73 (Col. Thomas C. Love House)
Seymour
3 Rainey Funeral Home Building
Rainey Funeral Home Building
January 22, 2014
( #13001112)
242 E. Washington St.
37°20′18″N 92°54′17″W / 37.33841°N 92.904624°W / 37.33841; -92.904624 (Rainey Funeral Home Building)
Marshfield

Worth County

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed [8] Location City or town Description
1 Worth County Courthouse
Worth County Courthouse
January 20, 1983
( #83001056)
Public Sq.
40°29′10″N 94°24′32″W / 40.486111°N 94.408889°W / 40.486111; -94.408889 (Worth County Courthouse)
Grant City

Wright County

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 9, 2018.
  2. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  4. ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  5. ^ Kansas City Parks and Boulevards Historic District appears in downtown and non-downtown listings in the Jackson County portions of Kansas City.
  6. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Arrow Rock (Cooper and Saline), Beaumont-Tyson Quarry District (Jefferson and St. Louis (county)), Bennett Spring State Park Hatchery-Lodge Area Historic District (Dallas and Laclede), Delmar Loop-Parkview Gardens Historic District (St. Louis (city) and St. Louis (county)), Hi-Pointe-De Mun Historic District (St.. Louis (city) and St. Louis (county)), Lake of the Ozarks State Park Highway 134 Historic District (Camden and Miller), Little Black River Archeological District (Butler and Ripley), Parkview Historic District (St.. Louis (city) and St. Louis (county)), Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District (Barry, Christian, Douglas and Stone), Wydown-Forsyth District (St.. Louis (city) and St. Louis (county)).
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  9. ^ Ahler, Stanley A. " Post-Pleistocene Depositional Change at Rodgers Shelter, Missouri". Plains Anthropologist 18.59 (1973): 1-26: 2.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-05. Retrieved 2013-04-02.
  11. ^ Adams, Lee M. "Archaeological Investigations of Southwestern Missouri". Missouri Archaeologist 20 Whole Volume (1958): 160, 163.
  12. ^ Eichenberger, J. Allen. "Investigations of the Marion-Ralls Archaeological Society in Northeast Missouri". Missouri Archaeologist 19 (1944): 1-69:61.
  13. ^ Thomas, Cyrus. Report on the Mound Explorations of the Bureau of Ethnology. Twelfth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894, 175.
  14. ^ Lee M. "Archaeological Investigations of Southwestern Missouri". Missouri Archaeologist 20 Whole Volume (1958): 172.
  15. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Old Greenville (historical)

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