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Mississippi County Historical Society


category : Museums
Victorian home built in 1899. Furnished with pieces authentic to the period. Displays include vintage clothing, Civil War memorabilia and artifacts of early area Mississippian Indian culture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Admission: $3.00
Hours: Year-round.
Address: 403 N. Main St.
Phone: 573-683-6509
Handicapped Accessible.

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