African Church (A.M.E. Church of St. Charles), 554 Madison St., St. Charles (11/21/80)

Augusta Harmonie Verein ( Augusta MPS ), jct. of Hackman and Church Rds., Augusta (1/20/95)

Boone, Daniel, House (Nathan Boone House), Hwy. F, Defiance vicinity (4/11/73)

Ewich, Robert, Farmstead ( Augusta MPS ),5336 Hackman Rd., Augusta (1/20/95)

Farris, Charles McLee, House ( Augusta MPS ),5517 High St., Augusta (1/20/95)

First Missouri State Capitol Buildings (First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site), 208-216 S Main St., St. Charles(4/16/69)

Frenchtown Historic District (map [see note]), roughly bounded by N 5th, Clark and French Sts., and the Missouri River, St. Charles (3/14/91)

Gerling, Dr. C. L., House ( Augusta MPS ), 245 Lower St., Augusta (1/20/95)

Harold-Knoernschild Farmstead Historic District ( Augusta MPS ), 199 Jackson St., Augusta (9/29/94)

Hays, Daniel Boone, House, SW of Defiance, off Hwy. F (4/23/73)

Lindenwood Hall, Lindenwood College Campus, St. Charles (11/29/78)

Lindenwood Neighborhood Historic District, roughly bounded by Watson, Gamble, Sibley & Elm Sts. & alley between Houston & N. Kingshighway, St. Charles (10/17/16)

Link, Oliver L. and Catherine, House, 1005 Jefferson, St. Charles (8/06/13)

Marten-Becker House, 837 First Capitol Dr., St. Charles (10/11/79)

McCormick, Isaac, House, 705 MO F, Defiance vicinity (9/10/04)

Meier General Store, 3669 Mill St., New Melle (7/12/02)

Midtown Neighborhood Historic District, roughly bounded by Clark, Madison, Jefferson, Kingshighway, 2nd & 3rd Sts., St. Charles (10/29/14)

Mindrup House-Store ( Augusta MPS ), 5543 Water St., Augusta (1/20/95)

Mt. Pleasant Winery Historic District ( Augusta MPS ), 5634 High St., Augusta (9/29/94)

Newbill-McElhiney House, 625 S Main St., St. Charles (4/11/72)

Old City Hall (Market Square), Central Ave. and Main St., St. Charles (11/14/80)

St. Charles Historic District (map [see note]), roughly bounded by the Missouri River and Madison, Chauncey and 2nd Sts., St. Charles (9/22/70)

St. Charles Historic District ( boundary increase; map [see note]), 1000 S Main St., St. Charles (6/04/87)

St. Charles Historic District ( boundary increase II ; map [see note]), bounded by Madison, Second, Jefferson and the alley behind the 100 block of S Main St., St. Charles (5/01/91)

St. Charles Historic District ( boundary increase III; map [see note]), 100, 200, and 300 block of N Main St., St. Charles (10/10/96)

St. Charles Odd Fellows Hall, 117 S Main, St. Charles (4/13/87)

St. Mary's Institute of O'Fallon, 204 N. Main St., O'Fallon (10/26/07)

St. Paul's Church, SR D, New Melle (9/09/82)

Schroer, J. F., House-Store ( Augusta MPS ), 252 Lower St., Augusta (1/20/95)

Sehrt, August, House ( Augusta MPS ), 275 Webster St., Augusta (9/29/94)

Staudinger-Grumke House-Store, 5503 Locust St., Augusta (5/28/92)

Stone Row, 314-330 S Main St., St. Charles (7/29/69)

Stumberg, Dr. John H., House, 100 S 3rd St., St. Charles (7/12/78)

Walnut Street Historic District ( Augusta MPS ), Walnut and S side of Locust Sts., between Jackson and Lower Sts., Augusta (9/29/94)

Watson, Samuel Stewart, House, 205 S Duchesne Dr., St. Charles (9/23/82)

Wentzville Tobacco Company Factory, 405 Elm St., Wentzville (7/05/90)

Wolf-Ruebeling House, Hwy. 94, Defiance vicinity (3/29/83; destroyed by fire c. 1985)

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