Bacon, Charles, House, 819 Kentucky St., Louisiana (7/19/90)

Barnard, Captain George and Attella, House, 2009 / 2109 Georgia St., Louisiana (03/31/00)

Bethel Chapel AME Church, Jct. of 6th and Tennessee Sts., Louisiana (7/28/95)

City Market, 125 S. Main St., Louisiana (3/23/05)

Clark, James Beauchamp, House ("Champ" Clark House; Honey Shuck), 204 E Champ Clark Dr., Bowling Green (12/08/76; NHL 12/08/76)

Clarksville Historic District (Historic Resources of Clarksville, Missouri MPDF), roughly bounded by Lewis, Front, Virginia and 3rd Sts., Clarksville (5/09/91)

Clifford-Wirick House, 105 S 2nd St., Clarksville (7/09/84)

Georgia Street Historic District (Map), roughly Georgia St. between Main and Seventh Sts., Louisiana (5/06/87)

Goodman-Stark House, 601 N 3rd St., Louisiana (10/22/94)

Griffith-McCune Farmstead Historic District, MO WW E of jct. with MO D, Eolia vicinity (8/18/92)

Lock and Dam No. 24 Historic District (Upper Mississippi River 9-Foot Navigation Project MPDF), 350 N. First St., Clarksville (3/10/04)

Louisiana Chicago and Alton Railroad Depot, 801 S. Third St., Louisiana (6/07/06)

Louisiana Public Library, 121 N 3rd St., Louisiana (4/12/96)

Luce-Dyer House, 220 N 3rd St., Louisiana (9/23/82)

Meloan, Cummins and Co., General Store, jct. of Middle and Water Sts., NW corner, Paynesville (6/24/93)

North Third Street Historic District (Historic and Architectural Resources of Louisiana, Missouri MPDF; Map), roughly bounded by Georgia, Noyes, Noth Third and North Water Sts., Louisiana (8/24/05)

Northern Methodist Episcopal Church of Clarksville (Historic Resources of Clarksville, Missouri MPDF), 309 Smith St., Clarksville (5/09/91)

Pike County Hospital, 2407 West Georgia St., Louisiana (9/19/06)

St. John's Episcopal Church (Old), 0.25 mile N of Eolia on CR D, and 0.25 mile E on CR H (7/08/70)

Stark, Gov. Lloyd Crow, House and Carriage House, 1401 Georgia St., Louisiana (12/21/87)

Turner-Pharr House (Historic Resources of Clarksville, Missouri MPDF), 101 N 4th St., Clarksville (5/09/91)

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