Andrews-Wing House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 733 Main St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Beckett, William S. and Mary, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 821 3rd St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Blackwater Commercial Historic District (map [see note]), 100 Blk. of Main St., except for 118,120 and 122 Main St. (1/20/05)

Blackwater Residential Historic District, parts of the 300-400 block of Trigg Ave., 300 block of Scott Ave. and the 300 block of Main St., Blackwater (8/05/09)

Blakey, Albert Gallatin, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 226 W Spring St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Boller House, 223 E Spring St., Boonville (8/02/77; demolished)

Cobblestone Street (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 100 Main St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Dauwalter, John S. House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 817 7th St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Dick-Kobel Homestead, Jamestown vicinity (9/09/82)

Diggs, Duke and Mary, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1217 Rural St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Fessler-Secongost House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 119 W Morgan St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Gantner, Andrew, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1308 6th St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. Building (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1st St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Harley Park Archaeological Site, address restricted (10/15/70)

Historic District A (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), Vine and 2nd Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District B (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), 4th and E Spring Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District C (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), E High and 4th Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District D (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), High and Main Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District E (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), High, Spring and Morgan Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District F (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), extends N and S along 6th and 7th Sts., Boonville (1/24/83)

Historic District H (Boonville Missouri MRA; map [see note*]), SE corner E Morgan St. and Reformatory Dr., Boonville (1/24/83)

Imhoff Archaeological Site, address restricted (8/07/72)

Johnson, Juliet Trigg, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1304 Main St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Johnson, Wilbur T. and Rhoda Stephens, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 821 Main, Boonville (3/16/90)

Lyric Theater, Main and Vine Sts., Boonville (5/21/69)

Meierhoffer House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 120 E High St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Meierhoffer Sand Co. Office Building (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 201 2nd St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological Site, address restricted (5/21/69)

Mellor Village and Mounds Archaeological District, address restricted (8/07/74)

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 320 1st St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Morton-Myer House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1000 11th St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Mount Nebo Baptist Church, SR E, Pilot Grove vicinity (5/23/86)

Nelson, Thomas, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 700 10th St., Boonville (3/16/90)

New Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church and School, MO A, New Lebanon (7/09/79)

New Lebanon Historic District (map [see note]), roughly area W and SE of jct. of MO A and New Lebanon Loop, New Lebanon (6/11/98)

Pigott, Josephine Trigg, House (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 1307 6th St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Pleasant Green, 8 mi. SW of Pilot Grove on US 135 (S34, T47N, R19W) (7/29/77)

Prairie View, E of Pleasant Green off MO 135 (9/20/82)

Ravenswood, NW of Bunceton on MO 5 (2/24/75)

Roeschel-Toennes-Oswald Property (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 515 W Spring, Boonville (7/07/83)

St. Matthew's Chapel A.M.E. Church (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 309 Spruce St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Sumner Public School (Boonville, Missouri MRA [see note*]), 321 Spruce St., Boonville (3/16/90)

Woolridge Archaeological Site, address restricted (12/02/70)

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