Missouri, State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin
Missouri State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin, Historic Sites in Missouri, Steelville
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Missouri State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin, Historic Sites in Missouri, Steelville
Missouri State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin, Historic Sites in Missouri, Steelville
Missouri State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin, Historic Sites in Missouri, Steelville
Snelson-Brinker Cabin
West Highway 8
St. James, Missouri 65565
Within the Woodson K. Woods Memorial Conservation Area, 8 miles west of Steelville, is this historic log cabin built in 1834 by Levi Snelson. During 1835-1836 it served as Crawford County's first courthouse and is the county's oldest home. Mr. Snelson later sold the home to John Brinker. An old smoke house and the family cemetery remain on the property. The cemetery is reported to hold the remains of early settlers from the Maramec Springs Community, Civil War veterans and Cherokee Indians who died while passing this way on the Trail of Tears.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 25 miles
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Phelps County Jail and Museum
305 West Third Street
Rolla, Missouri 65401
The 2 story jail built in 1860 housed Civil War prisioners. Across the street is the courthouse museum which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1990s. The log cabin 1830s museum houses artifacts of the county's pioneers, Civil War and early commerce and industry. Guided tours are free.
Distance from Cabins & Campground -46 miles
For information, please call (573) 364-5977
Fort Davidson State Historic Site
118 E. Maple
Pilot Knob, Missouri 63663
(573) 546-3454
The Arcadia Valley in Iron County is one of Missouri's most scenic areas. In 1864, the valley was the scene of one of the largest and hardest fought battles on Missouri soil; the Battle of Pilot Knob. This site preserves Fort Davidson and the Pilot Knob battlefield where so many soldiers lost their lives. A visitor center interprets the battle. It features exhibits, a research library, a presentation and a fiber optics replica of the battle. A playground and picnic area are available.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 48 miles
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Missouri Mines State Historic Site
2800 Pimville Road
Park Hills, Missouri 63601
(573) 431-1069
Within St. Joe State Park, in an area known as the Old Lead Belt, the historic mill buildings still remain and have been designated as the Missouri Mines State Historic Site. The mining industry in this area has played an significant role for more than 280 years in Missouri's economy. Missouri Mines State Historic Site preserves the historic structures and artifacts of the largest mining mill in the area. Three galleries are currently open to visitors displaying antique mining equipment and important minerals and gemstones.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 44 miles
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Iron County Courthouse
250 South Main Street
Ironton, Missouri 63650
(573) 546-7690
Built in the mid-1800s and on the National Register of Historic Places is the Iron County Courthouse. It contains Civil War history. And when you're finished at the courthouse don't forget to stop down the street to see the
Ulysses S. Grant Monument.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 50 miles
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Historic Rolla
Rolla, Missouri 65402
Visitors can get a true feeling of the history of the Ozarks area on this self- guided tour of 10 different Rolla sites.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 45 miles
For information, please call (573) 364-3577
Missouri, State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin
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Dillard Mill State Historic Site
142 Dillard Mill Road
Davisville, Missouri 65456
(573) 244-3120
Dillard Mill rests along side the Huzzah Creek and was the second mill built at that site. The first built in the 1850s was destroyed in 1895 by fire. Farmers brought their grain to the mill to be ground into flour. Operation of the mill ceased in 1956. Most of the original machinery remains intact and operational. During a tour of the mill, a turn of a wheel brings the machinery back to life. Tours are given year-round and visitors should bring a jacket because the mill is not heated. Visitors can also wade across the creek to a one and a half mile hiking trail. If you visit Dillard Mill on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, walk next door and treat yourself to a fresh cooked meal at The Traveler's Table
.
Distance from Cabins & Campground - 22 miles
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Missouri, State Historic Sites, Dillard Mill, Fort Davidson, Snelson Brinker Cabin
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