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Historical Markers in Augusta, Missouri

 
Clickable Map of St. Charles 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 St. Charles County, MO (225) Franklin County, MO (130) Lincoln County, MO (7) St. Louis County, MO (514) Warren County, MO (24) Calhoun County, IL (2) Jersey County, IL (11) Madison County, IL (195)  St.CharlesCounty(225) St. Charles County (225)  FranklinCounty(130) Franklin County (130)  LincolnCounty(7) Lincoln County (7)  St.LouisCounty(514) St. Louis County (514)  WarrenCounty(24) Warren County (24)  CalhounCountyIllinois(2) Calhoun County (2)  JerseyCounty(11) Jersey County (11)  MadisonCounty(195) Madison County (195)
St. Charles is the county seat for St. Charles County
Augusta is in St. Charles County
      St. Charles County (225)  
ADJACENT TO ST. CHARLES COUNTY
      Franklin County (130)  
      Lincoln County (7)  
      St. Louis County (514)  
      Warren County (24)  
      Calhoun County, Illinois (2)  
      Jersey County, Illinois (11)  
      Madison County, Illinois (195)  
 
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1Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — 5505 Locust Street
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m169481) HM
2Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — August Sehrt House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m169476) HM
3Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Augusta(Mt. Pleasant)
The river landing was a popular Indian trail, and a campsite for French fur traders. Leonard Harold, follower of Daniel Boone, came from Virginia to Missouri in the late 1700's and settled the river front area that would later become . . . Map (db m169477) HM
4Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Augusta to DutzowPoints of Interest
From Augusta to Dutzow along Katy Trail State Park is 7.70 miles. Augusta has a strong German heritage like many other lower Missouri River towns. This area has several wineries open to the public. Founded in 1836, Augusta has preserved . . . Map (db m133204) HM
5Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Augusta to MatsonPoints of Interest
Katy Trail State Park runs for 5.70 miles from Augusta to Matson. The first four miles are away from roads, and trail users can enjoy the farm landscape and bottomland forest of the Missouri River floodplain, lined by increasingly taller . . . Map (db m133202) HM
6Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Dortmund
1832 - Julius Mallinckrodt arrived from Dortmund, Westphalia, Prussia. Mallinckrodt purchased land from Ludwig Eversmann, and married Mary McClenny. The Mallinckrodts dreamed of a new Dortmund. 1835 - Mallinckrodt asked Alexander . . . Map (db m169475) HM
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7Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — H. S. Clay House Bed & Breakfast and Guest Cottage
September 8, 1881, the "St. Charles "Democrat" reported that Dr. Hampson Strother Clay intended to become a physician in Augusta. Before locating in Augusta, Dr. Clay, an 1873 graduate of the Missouri Medical College, had lived in Darst Bottom where . . . Map (db m133208) HM
8Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Missouri Wine
When we think of American wine, California comes to mind, and perhaps Oregon, Washington or New York. But Missouri? Ja, absolutely. German immigrants settling on the lower Missouri River, and later, Italians coming to the St. James area, brought . . . Map (db m133207) HM
9Missouri (St. Charles County), Augusta — Staudinger-Grumke House-Store
Staudinger-Grumke House-Store has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior 1857Map (db m169480) HM
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022