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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Warren County, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of Warren County, Missouri and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Warren County, MO (26) Franklin County, MO (130) Gasconade County, MO (59) Lincoln County, MO (7) Montgomery County, MO (11) St. Charles County, MO (226)  WarrenCounty(26) Warren County (26)  FranklinCounty(130) Franklin County (130)  GasconadeCounty(59) Gasconade County (59)  LincolnCounty(7) Lincoln County (7)  MontgomeryCounty(11) Montgomery County (11)  St.CharlesCounty(226) St. Charles County (226)
Warrenton is the county seat for Warren County
Adjacent to Warren County, Missouri
      Franklin County (130)  
      Gasconade County (59)  
      Lincoln County (7)  
      Montgomery County (11)  
      St. Charles County (226)  
 
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1Missouri (Warren County), Dutzow — Dutzow to Augusta — Points of Interest
From Dutzow to Augusta along Katy Trial State Park is 11.4 miles South from Dutzow trailhead, Katy visitors may take a side trip via highways 94 and 47 to the old German town of Washington, four miles one way. The bridge across the Missouri . . . Map (db m132891) HM
2Missouri (Warren County), Dutzow — Dutzow to Marthasville — Points of Interest
One of the shortest distances between Katy Trail State Park trailheads is the 3.7 miles from Dutzow to Marthasville. Dutzow is located in a large gap in the line of Missouri River bluffs. The Katy Trail runs along the base of the bluffs, while . . . Map (db m132892) HM
3Missouri (Warren County), Dutzow — Story and Legend of Daniel Boone
Daniel Boone was legendary while he was alive, thanks to his exploits in leading American settlers to Kentucky and both fighting and befriending American Indians. Outwardly simple—an accomplished hunter and woodsman, conspicuously brave yet . . . Map (db m132894) HM
4Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — 25th Anniversary — Katy Trail State Park
From its inception and throughout its 25-year history, Katy Trail State Park has been one of the most successful rails-to-trails conversions projects in the United States. As the longest developed rail-trail in the United States, it has been . . . Map (db m169253) HM
5Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — Daniel and Rebecca Bryan Boone
Daniel Boone Born in Philadelphia County (later Berks County [Pa]) October 22, 1734 (modern: November 2, 1734) Died in St. Charles County, Mo September 26, 1820 and wife Rebecca Bryan Born January 9, 1739 Died March 18, . . . Map (db m61573) HM
6Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — History of Marthasville
1799 The Village of La Charrette Long before Europeans settled in this area, Native American tribes including the Missouria, Osage, Sac and Fox used this land as their home or hunting grounds. The French, followed by the Spanish, were . . . Map (db m169262) HM
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7Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — Katy Trail State Park 20th Anniversary — 1990 - 2010
From its inception and throughout its 20-year history, Katy Trail State Park has been one of the most successful rails-to-trail conversions projects in the United States. As the longest developed rail-trail in the United States, it has been . . . Map (db m61695) HM
8Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — La Charrette — May 25, 1804 • September 20, 1806 — Marthasville, Mo —
This small house was built by the men of the Marthasvile Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Committee to commemorate the stops of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at Charrette village May 25, 1804 and September 20, 1806. This French style house is on the . . . Map (db m61521) HM
9Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — La Charrette / Marthasville
La Charrette 1800-02 - A small French settlement, located in the western part of the Boone settlement along the Missouri River, south of the present town of Marthasville. It consisted of seven houses, and was known to be a convenient place . . . Map (db m61522) HM
10Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — Lewis and Clark in Missouri
Missouri was a beginning and end for the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Planned by President Thomas Jefferson and carried out by the two captains and a large crew, the expedition is a keystone American event. When the United States took ownership of . . . Map (db m61691) HM
11Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — Marthasville to Dutzow — Points of Interest
One of the shortest distances between Katy Trail State Park trailheads is the 3.7 miles from Marthasville to Dutzow. Shortly after leaving Marthasville, trail users cross Tuque Creek on a 190-foot-long through-truss bridge. The Tuque Creek . . . Map (db m61698) HM
12Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — Marthasville to Treloar
The distance along Katy Trail State Park from Marthasville to Treloar is seven miles. The old Marthasville depot is next to the grain elevators near the Marthasville trailhead. Before the Highway 47 underpass at milepost 78.1, look right . . . Map (db m61700) HM
13Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — The Daniel Boone Trail — ca. 1799
As a means of discouraging British expansion west of the Mississippi, Spanish Lieutenant Governor Zenon Trudeau invited Daniel Boone to establish a colony of American settlers in this area of Spanish Louisiana. In 1799, Boone and his family . . . Map (db m61523) HM
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14Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — The Lewis and Clark Expedition Across Missouri
"the party being extreemly anxious to get down ply their ores very well, we Saw Some cows on the bank which was a joyfull Sight to the party and Caused a Shout to be raised for joy at [blank] P M we Came in Sight of the little french Village . . . Map (db m61650) HM
15Missouri (Warren County), Marthasville — The Lewis and Clark Expedition Across Missouri
"Camped at the mouth of a Creek called river a Chauritte, above a Small french Village of 7 houses and as many families... The people at this Village is pore, houses Small, they Sent us milk & eggs to eat." William Clark, May 25, 1804 . . . Map (db m61681) HM
16Missouri (Warren County), Pendleton — Camp Branch - 1822 — Boone's Lick Road
Marked by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the State of Missouri Map (db m207944) HM
17Missouri (Warren County), Treloar — Historic Grain Elevators — MP 84.4 — Katy Trail State Park —
The Advent of the Grain Elevator An entrepreneur named Joseph Dart, aided by engineer Robert Dunbar, invented a device in 1842 to speed up the grain moving process. The elevator mechanically used a system of ropes and pulleys to scoop grain . . . Map (db m169245) HM
18Missouri (Warren County), Treloar — History of Treloar
1895 New Holstein When a railroad passed through town, the community often adapted. Sometimes entire towns moved closer to the tracks or new towns grew around depots. At the railroad depot in the river bottoms south of Holstein, area . . . Map (db m169251) HM
19Missouri (Warren County), Treloar — The Iron Horse Cultivates America
Farm to Market Today's modern shopper can walk through a grocery store and have every type of commodity they want within arm's reach, thanks in part to the railroad. We have come a long way since the frontier days when produce such as . . . Map (db m169252) HM
20Missouri (Warren County), Treloar — Treloar to Marthasville — Points of Interest
The distance along Katy Trail State Park from Treloar to Marthasville is seven miles. Peers, about halfway to Marthasville, was founded in 1893 when the railroad arrived. It was named for MKT attorney Charles Peers. The gap between the trail . . . Map (db m169247) HM
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21Missouri (Warren County), Treloar — Treloar to McKittrick — Points of Interest
Katy Trail State Park users cover the longest segment between trailheads on the entire trail from Treloar to McKittrick: 16.10 miles. Treloar, another railroad town founded with the arrival of the Katy in 1892, has two old grain elevators as . . . Map (db m169249) HM
22Missouri (Warren County), Warrenton — Daniel Boone
Daniel Boone, universal symbol of the American frontier, was 65 when he came to Upper Louisiana, now Missouri, 1799. His wife Rebecca was 60. The Spanish lieutenant governor granted Boone 845 acres nearby here on Femme Osage Creek. Boone did . . . Map (db m42564) HM
23Missouri (Warren County), Warrenton — Sanders Tavern - 1826 — Boone's Lick Road
Marked by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the State of Missouri 1913Map (db m42559) HM
24Missouri (Warren County), Warrenton — Warren County All Veterans Memorial
In Memory Of All American Veterans This memorial honors all American veterans who, although separated by generations, shared a comon undeniable goal - to valiantly protect our country's freedoms. The memories of these . . . Map (db m42560) WM
25Missouri (Warren County), Wright City — Rodger Taylor's Tavern - 1816 — Boone's Lick Road
Marked by the Daughters of the American Revolution and the State of Missouri Map (db m207940) HM
26Missouri (Warren County), Wright City — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10687 Veterans Memorial — Freedom Is Not Free
In Memory Of All VeteransMap (db m42539) WM
 
 
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Nov. 26, 2022