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History and Heritage in Belleville, IL

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization designated Cahokia Mounds a World H...


The Working Farm

Saint Louis, MO

White Haven was typical of large farms in the area during the mid-1800s. As times changed, so did its operation in te...


On this location the first church in St. Louis, a small wood structure was blessed on June 24, 1770. Six years later ...


James MacCash

Saint Louis, MO

Born Springburn, Glasgow, Scotland August 16, 1834 Died St. Louis, Missouri December 27, 1922 Founder of the Order of...


The Gateway Arch

Saint Louis, MO

An 85-mile drive beginning at the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site in Illinois and crossing into Missouri to vis...


Aloe Plaza

Saint Louis, MO

This fountain by the sculptor Carl Milles symbolizes the union of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers ยท The two centr...


Armour Meatpacking Plant

East St. Louis, IL

An abandoned meat mecca now serves as an excellent locale for urban exploration


The Strength of our Nation is the Union of States To Commemorate The capture of Camp Jackson - May 10 1861 - By - The...


Robert A. Barnes

Saint Louis, MO

Who died Apr. 2, 1892. Aged 84 years. Founder of Robert A. Barnes Hospital


American Elm

Saint Louis, MO

This is to certify that the American Elm described below is the largest known tree of its species in the state of Mis...


Monks Mound

East Saint Louis, IL

Monks Mound is the largest prehistoric earthwork in the Americas. Its base covers over 14 acres, and it rises to a he...


John Mason Peck

Saint Louis, MO

Pioneer Baptist Missionary, Statesman, Founder of Shurtleff College


John B. Meachum

Saint Louis, MO

African Founder & Pastor 1817 - 1854 First Baptist Church west of the Mississippi River



East Saint Louis, IL

At least five large post-circle monuments were built at this location from AD 1100 to 1200, each with a different dia...


Armour Meatpacking Plant

National Stock Yards, IL

In its prime, the Armour Meatpacking Plant in National City, Illinois, was second in size only to a similar p...


Dred Scott

Saint Louis, MO

[Front] Freed from slavery by his friend Taylor Blow. [Back] Subject of the decision of the Supreme Court of the Unit...


Reinterred July 1868 from an older cemetery, here rest Presley Cordell and wife Amelia Conner. Both died in July 1849...

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