Beaumont-Tyson Quarry District, address restricted (10/10/74) (also in St. Louis County)

Boemler Archaeological District, address restricted (10/01/74)

Boland Archaeological District, address restricted (10/01/74)

Central School Campus, 221 S. 3rd. St., De Soto (10/08/09)

Fletcher, Thomas C., House, Elm St. between 1st and 2nd Sts., Hillsboro (11/19/74)

Greystone-Meissner, Gustave, House, NE of Pevely off US 61/67 (12/31/74); additional information (3/11/85)

Kimmswick Bone Bed, Mastodon State Historic Site, NW of Imperial, Kimmswick vicinity (11/05/80)

Kimmswick Historic District, roughly bounded by Front St., Fourth St., Mill St., Elm St. and Oak St., Kimmswick (7/24/07)

Leight, Valentine, General Store, 4566 Main St., House Springs (8/18/92)

Moder Archaeological District, address restricted (10/16/74)

Rozier, Louis J. and Harriet, House, 322 W. Clement, DeSoto (4/05/06)

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge State Historic Site, 5 mi. N of Hillsboro off US 21 (7/08/70)

Stonebrook, 3511 Stonebrook Forest, Antonia vicinity (1/14/11)

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Windsor Harbor Rd. at Rock Cr., Kimmswick (9/08/83)

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