This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Missouri.
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Carroll County Historical Society - Our Museum
Displays and exhibits depicting the history of Carrollton and the surrounding area.
Malden Historical Museum
Displays that reflect the history of the city, and includes a collection of Egyptian antiquities.
Missouri Historical Society Museum
Preserves St. Louis and Missouri history through exhibitions, programs, research, publications, archives and permanent collections.
New Madrid Historical Museum
The history of the rivertown that includes artifacts and displays of letters, clothing, equipment, weaponry, furniture, tools, and utensils.
Focuses on Carthage's history with annual exhibits of a selected theme from the post Civil War period to the 20th century.
Ralph Foster Museum
Exhibit items relating to the Ozarks region as well as antiques, weapons, and dolls at the College of the Ozarks Campus on Point Lookout.
Sainte Genevieve Museum
Items of interest relating to the town’s history such as artifacts from the salt works at Saline Spring, the town’s first industry, and includes weapons, prehistoric and historical Native American relics, old documents, and memorabilia of the mid-nineteenth century.
The Stars and Stripes
Dedicated to the preservation of the history of the first printing of the veterans newspaper in Bloomfield.
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