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Peterstown House


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In Waterloo, remnants of the country's early history are preserved at this house, the only stagecoach stop still in tack along the historic 60-mile Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail. The original house built in the 1830's now houses a country store and museum.


Hours: Daily: By appointment only
Address: 407 Washington Dr.
Phone: 618-939-8227

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