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Lebanon, Missouri
Historical Society
St Louis, Missouri
St Louis, Missouri
Park
Mansfield, Missouri
Mt Vernon, Missouri
Historical Society
Leasburg, Missouri
Historical Society
Canton, Missouri
Historical Society
St Charles, Missouri
Lexington, Missouri
Library
Kansas City, Missouri
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Bridgeton, Missouri
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Laclede, Missouri
History
Neosho, Missouri
University
Louisiana, Missouri
History

The Louisiana Area Historical Museum houses artifacts significant to the area, portraits, memorabilia, all donated by people wanting to preserve local history.

Altenburg, Missouri
Art, Church, Culture, History, Historical Society, Library, Park
The Lutheran Heritage Center and Museum complex was constructed in 2005. A state-of-the-art exhibit hall, reception area, and gift shop was integrated into the 1845 church building, commonly known as the "Old School", which served as the original museum. The Museum interprets the 1838-39 Saxon Lutheran immigration and the history of the seven original colonies in East Perry County, Missouri, the origins of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, and the regional German-American culture.
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