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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

Neosho Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame is a project to honor citizens of Newton County who have made significant contributions to society and achieved widespread recognition for their work. Of the four men, three (Thomas Hart Benton, George Washington Carver, and James Scott)

Neosho, MO Monuments

Longwell Museum

Established in 1970 as a teaching museum, the Longwell Museum, houses artifacts and many of Thomas Hart Benton's original lithographs, as well as, the famed Daisy Cook Collection. The Longwell exhibits are made complete by the works of many other regional artists.

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

Newton County Historical Museum

The Newton County Historical Park and Museum features a restored one-room rural schoolhouse and a pre-civil war log cabin. The museum, which was once the Newton County Jail, displays a collection of sheriff's badges and other artifacts and offers a gracious reminder of Newton County'

Neosho, MO Museums

World's Largest Flowerbox

Neosho, Missouri, nationally known as the Flower Box City, is proud to be home of the world's largest flower box. After acquiring a railroad gondola car, it was transformed into a flower box. It's 66 feet long, eight feet wide and 44

Neosho, MO One Of A Kinds

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...