Jefferson County Historic Places

Jefferson County has many interesting historic places, but one of the most unique is the Mastodon State Historic Site. Did you know that Mastodons roamed Missouri? Yes they did and apparently in large numbers! Go check it out! Two of Missouri's first Governors are from Jefferson County, Daniel Dunklin, the fifth governor, and Thomas C. Fletcher, the eighteenth and Missouri's first native born governor. The Thomas C. Fletcher House can be found in Hillsboro and the Governor Dunklin Grave Historic Site can be found in Herculaneum. Below is a list of some of the other historic places in Jefferson County.

Historic Kimmswick
Historic Kimmswick - Historic Kimmswick is the home of the famous Blue Owl Restaurant and many quaint boutiques. It is located in Jefferson County Missouri and hosts the popular Apple Butter Festival each year in the Fall. - More Info Tags: 63053, 63052, Kimmswick Missouri
Mastodon State Historic Site
Mastodon State Historic Site - Located in Jefferson County in Imperial, Missouri, Mastodon State Historic Site is on the National Register of Historic Places because of the important archaeological and paleontological finds discovered at the park. - More Info Tags: 63052, Museums
Railroad Employees' Memorial
Railroad Employees Memorial - The Railroad Employees' Memorial is dedicated to all the people of De Soto Missouri, who have been, who now are, and who will be employees of the railroad. - More Info Tags: 63020, De Soto Missouri
Sandy Creek Bridge State Historic Site
Sandy Creek Bridge State Historic Site - The Sandy Creek Bridge is a State Historic Site. It was built in 1872 and is one of 4 covered bridges that still remains in Missouri. It is located near Goldman Missouri in Jefferson County. - More Info Tags: 63050
Thomas C Fletcher House
Thomas C Fletcher House - The Thomas C Fletcher House is the home of Missouri's 18th state governor and is located in Hillsboro Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63050, Hillsboro Missouri, Museums

More Jefferson County Historic Places

Governor Daniel Dunklin Grave State Historic Site - The Governor Daniel Dunklin Grave State Historic Site sits on what is left of his estate overlooking the Mississippi River in Herculaneum, Missouri. - More Info - Tags:

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