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Military Memorials

For those interested in military machinery, the following memorials can be seen on a short day trip to the following cites around the Pierce City area.


Pierce City, MO - M4 Sherman Tank


Cassville, MO - M60A3 Main Battle Tank


Purdy, MO - A-4 Skyhawk Fighter-bomber


Monett, MO - F-4 Phantom Fighter-bomber (in "Thunderbird" paint)


Monett, MO - Artillery piece in city park


Verona, MO - Artillery piece in city park


Webb City, MO - Artillery piece


Neosho, MO - Helicopter


Rogers, AR - 101 Voodoo Interceptor


Rogers, AR - Huey Helicopter


Miami, OK - Tracked anti-aircraft artillery piece



Address: Main and Locust

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Attractions and Upcoming Events

First Baptist Church (no longer standing)

THIS BUILDING WAS DEMOLISHED AFTER EXTENSIVE DAMAGE FROM THE MAY 4, 2003, TORNADO. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH'S NEW BUILDING IS LOCATED ON HWY 97 JUST NORTH OF LAWRENCE COUNTY ROAD 2220 (POWERLINE ROAD).

The Friendship Baptist Church was organized in 1840

Pierce City, MO Historic Churches

Harold Bell Wright, 1872 - 1944

Harold Bell Wright was born in Rome, NY in 1872

Pierce City, MO Famous People

First United Methodist Church

The United Methodist Church was built in 1881 at a location a few blocks north of its present location in 1903. Originally in the 1870s, the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, South groups met in homes until both were able to build in 1881. In 1903

Pierce City, MO Historic Churches

Theron Bennett Home

Theron Bennett, nationally known ragtime composer, lived in Pierce City until returning from college 1902 when he left to begin a career where his unseen future would become the past that we can now recall as his successful contribution to the music world.

Pierce City, MO Famous Homes

1922 Bandstand

The bandstand was damaged in the May 4, 2003, tornado but the base still stands in its original location on Walnut Street. The historic bandstand was rebuilt with a red roof (its original color) and rededicated in May 2004.

Pierce City, MO Historic Downtowns

Things to do Memorials near Pierce City, MO