Chariton County National Register Listings
Chariton County Courthouse, State St., Keytesville (11/19/71) (destroyed by fire 8/27/73)
Chariton County Jail and Sheriff's Residence, 305 S Cherry, Keytesville (1/16/97)
First Presbyterian Church, Hill and East Sts., Keytesville (11/23/77)
Locust Hill, E of Brunswick on SR Y (1/10/80)
Redding-Hill House, 100 W North St., Keytesville (7/29/69)
Salisbury Square Historic District, 402, 404, 406, 407, 408, 502, 504, 506, 508 S. Broadway, Salisbury (6/11/09)
Thomas, Frabrishous and Sarah A., House, 302 E 2nd St., Salisbury (6/25/99)*Each bold-faced link in the list above leads to a word-searchable of the NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION for that resource; other links provide maps or additional context for the resource. The items may be downloaded (right-click) or viewed in your Web browser (double-click). File sizes range from 1 MB to several hundred MB, the time required for loading will depend on your connection speed. You may obtain a free copy of Adobe Reader software required to read the materials by visiting our Help page. *Please note that the maps and nominations reflect the terms used to categorize significance at the time the properties were listed in the National Register. A district or building that may have been determined to be a contributing element in a district when it was listed in the National Register may have been so altered since that point that it is no longer a certified historic district or a certified historic structure for the purposes of historic rehabilitation tax credits — this determination is made based on the nomination supplemented by recent photographs provided with the Part 1 (federal) or Part 1a (state) form submitted at the beginning of any historic rehab tax credit project. Also note that Thematic Resource (TR) and Multiple Resource Area (MRA) nominations were essentially survey documents; ONLY the individual properties or districts listed on this Web page were actually listed in the National Register. Finally, nominations for some properties and districts are provided for their historical value -- the resource itself may have vanished.