Bell, M. Fred, Rental Cottage, 302 E 5th St., Fulton (7/10/97)

Bell, M. Fred, Speculative Cottage, 304 E 5th St., Fulton (6/30/95)

Brandon-Bell-Collier House, 207 W 9th St., Fulton (12/24/98)

Carver, George Washington, School, 909 Westminster, Fulton (12/02/96)

Cote Sans Dessein Archaeological Site, address restricted (5/27/71)

Court Street Historic Residential District, roughly along Court bet. St. Louis and 10th Sts, Fulton, (8/15/07)

Downtown Fulton Historic District (map [see note]), roughly bounded by 4th St., Market, 7th St. and Jefferson Ave., Fulton (7/07/04)

Hockaday, John Augustus, House, 105 Hockaday Ave., Fulton (9/17/80)

Mealy Mounds Archaeological Site, address restricted (1/25/71)

Moore's Mill Battlefield, address restricted (5/04/15)

Oakley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, County Rd. 485 at jct. of County Rd. 486, Tebbetts vicinity (12/17/08)

Pitcher Store, 8513 Pitcher Rd., Fulton (3/12/2001; proposed relocation approved 10/17/03)

Research Cave, address restricted (10/15/66; NHL 7/19/64)

Richland Christian Church, 5301 County Road 220, Fulton vicinity (2/16/01)

Robnett-Payne House, 601 W 6th St., Fulton (9/17/98; request for relocation approved 5/24/01)

Westminster College Gymnasium, Westminster College Campus, Fulton (5/23/68; NHL 5/10/68)

Westminster College Historic District, off Westminster Ave., Fulton (4/12/82)

White Cloud Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, S side SR F at intersection with CR 232, Fulton vicinity (10/12/10)

Willing, Dr. George M., House, 211 Jefferson St., Fulton (10/03/80)

Winston Churchill Memorial, 7th St. and Westminster Ave., Fulton (3/16/72)

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