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Registration form for National Register of Historic Places can be found online at: https://mostateparks.com/sites/mostateparks/files/Baker%2C%20Sylvester%20Marion%20and%20Frances%20Anne%20Stephens%2C%20House.pdf (You must copy and paste this link.)
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
An illustrated history of the Bluffton community that includes an extensive bibliography for those wanting to know more about the wine and shipping industries that made it a thriving community. (A shorter version was published in the Pioneer Days book, see the "Store" for this 96 page overview of County history.)
Uploaded: 26 July 2019
The County Seat has been located in four different cities and squabbles over the location choices required interventions by the Missouri Supreme Court.
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
A thorough history that references gazetteers, history books, family documents and personal interviews.
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
Registration form for National Register of Historic Places can be found online at: https://mostateparks.com/sites/mostateparks/files/Farmers%20Mercantile%20Co.%20Bldg.pdf (You must copy and paste this link.)
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
Graham Cave was the first archaeological site in the United States to be designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961. It was also placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.
Uploaded: 9 August 2019
Registration form for National Register of Historic Places can be found online at: https://mostateparks.com/sites/mostateparks/files/Gloe%2C%20Heinrich%2C%20House.pdf (You must copy and paste this link.)
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
Registration form for National Register of Historic Places can be found online at: https://mostateparks.com/sites/mostateparks/files/High%20Hill%20School.pdf (You must copy and paste this link.)
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
The cemetery on the hill behind St. Joseph's Catholic Church (renamed Church of the Risen Savior in 1979) in Rhineland has historically been referred to as Hunt-St. Joseph. It's history is explained here.
Uploaded: 30 December 2020
Registration form for National Register of Historic Places. https://mostateparks.com/sites/mostateparks/files/McKittrick%20Farmers%20Mercantile.pdf (You must copy and paste this link)
Uploaded: 26 November 2021
Overview of six of the early residences in Montgomery City, including Faulconer, Wyatt, Branstetter, Hammack, Ferguson, Elkins, Hudson, Chadwick, and See. A reprint from the Pioneer Days book, see the "Store" for this 96 page overview of County history.
Uploaded: 5 July 2020
A download from BLM GLO, including name, date, location, doc #, accession, etc. 62 pages See also the book "Original Land Entries" compiled from Government Land Office Plats by Harris Dickey, published 1937, 45 pages. An alphabetical list of land owners with date of acquisition and township-range-section with more names than the excel file.
Uploaded: 9 August 2019
Located on the Montgomery and Warren counties line, a unique stone formation rising to a height of 75 seat. Attached is a page from Pioneer Days book. Could not find Registration Form for National Register of Historic Places added 1969 as #69000117.
Uploaded: 17 September 2019
Newspaper article in the Columbia Missourian newspaper.
Uploaded: 4 February 2020