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Confederate Capitol


category : Historic Buildings
Confederate Capitol Neosho was the Confederate Capitol of Missouri, when on October 18, 1861, in the old Masonic Building on the northeast corner of the square, the legislature passed the ordinance of secession separating Missouri from the Union.


Address: East Neosho Square

Come visit us in Neosho, Missouri

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Big Spring Park

One of the most photographic scenes in Neosho and a popular wedding site is Big Spring Park. The park features beautiful gardens, picnic tables, a floral clock, and a children'

Neosho, MO Recreation


Fly by Nite Music Museum and Pro Shop

For the true music lover, an astonishing collection of guitars and other musical

Neosho, MO Museums

Heritage Mural

An historical stop to make includes viewing a five-panel mural on the main floor of the Newton County Courthouse. The County Courthouse is located in the middle of town square and is home to the most beautiful murals that tell the

Neosho, MO Arts

Historic Downtown

A large portion of downtown Neosho is listed as an historic district in the National Register of Historic Places, including the Second Baptist Church, built in the Victorian Gothic style of 1896. Neosho's history is well-documented

Neosho, MO Historic Downtowns

Things to do Historic Buildings near Neosho, MO

Lawrence County Bank Building

ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES This historic building still stands at the corner of Walnut and Commercial Str...