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McCutchen Theater at Charleston, Missouri

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McCutchen Theater at Charleston, Missouri has a rich history and strong ties to the town’s cultural heritage. It is eligible to be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. McCutchen Theater at Charleston, Missouri has a rich history and strong ties to the town’s cultural heritage. It is eligible to be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places.

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Did this beaver felt hat belong to James Handy Moore's brother, Paul? Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91

Historic Charleston, MO- The Moore Home

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The history that surrounds this small town in the Upper Delta Region of the Middle Mississippi River Valley makes Charleston a worthy stop any time of year.

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Swinging Bridge- Miller County

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One of the swinging bridges near Brumley in Miller County, Missouri. 2010

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Marquand City Park- Madison County

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Sitzes’ Log Cabin in Marquand City Park, Madison County Missouri. March 2010

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Henry Starr, the Cherokee Bad Man

The Cherokee Badman Comes To Town

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December 20, 1920 most likely started off as a typical weekday in Seligman, Missouri. That all changed mid-morning, around 10 o’clock, when an automobile pulled in front of the Bank of Seligman. A dark complexioned, tall man and his shorter tow-headed companion stepped out of the vehicle and entered the bank. A third man stayed behind, behind the wheel, waiting.…

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Dogs Bluff Access- Texas County

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Dogs Bluff Access to the Big Piney River in Texas County, Missouri.

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Vintage Outbuilding- Phelps County, MO

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Vintage farm outbuilding on gravel road near Yancy Mill, Phelps County, MO.

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Chair In Tree- Brookshire Cemetery, Phelps County MO

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Chair In Tree- Brookshire Cemetery, Phelps County Missouri. Brookshire Cemetery is near Yancy Mill and Edgar Springs. May 29, 2014.

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The splendid country home of George Washington Weatherly as seen May 2014.

George Washington Weatherly 1857-1929

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GEORGE WEATHERLY DIES – For many years he resided at his splendid country home near the McMurtry springs south of Cassville. Later he with family moved to Exeter. About three years ago Mr. Weatherly became afflicted and was taken to the State Hospital at Nevada for treatment where he remained until his death. On July 18, 1880 he and Malissa…

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