State Historic Preservation Office

Saline County National Register Listings

Buckner House
Buckner House

Arrow Rock, Arrow Rock (10/15/66; NHL 5/23/63)

Arrow Rock Ferry Landing (Santa Fe Trail MPS), address restricted, Arrow Rock vicinity (5/01/13)

Arrow Rock State Historic Site Bridge (Arrow Rock State Historic Site; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), SE of Arrow Rock (3/04/85)

Arrow Rock State Historic Site Grave Shelter (Arrow Rock State Historic Site; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), SE of Arrow Rock (2/27/85)

Arrow Rock State Historic Site Lookout Shelter (Arrow Rock State Historic Site; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), SE of Arrow Rock (2/27/85)

Arrow Rock State Historic Site Open Shelter (Arrow Rock State Historic Site; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), SE of Arrow Rock (2/28/85)

Arrow Rock Tavern (Arrow Rock State Historic Site), Main St., Arrow Rock (10/15/66; NHL 2/23/72)

Baity Hall, Missouri Valley College, 500 E College, Marshall (6/25/86)

Bingham, George Caleb, House (Arrow Rock State Historic Site), 1st and High Sts. (10/15/66; NHL 12/21/65)

Blosser, Henry, House, E of Malta Bend off US 65 (12/29/78)

Buckner House, 125 N Brunswick Ave., Marshall (4/19/84)

Chicago and Alton Depot, Sebree St., Marshall (6/27/79)

First Christian Church, 400 Bridge St., Sweet Springs (9/12/80)

First Presbyterian Church (Rock Church), 212 E North St., Marshall (9/20/77)

Fisher-Gabbert Archaeological Site, address restricted (3/16/72)

Fitzgibbon Hospital, 868 S. Brunswick Ave., Marshall (10/17/12)

Free Will Baptist Church of Pennytown, off MO UU 8 mi. SE of Marshall (4/19/88)

Gumbo Point Archaeological Site, address restricted (8/25/69)

Guthrey Archaeological Site, address restricted (12/02/70)

Mt. Carmel Historic District, 290th Rd. and MO Hwy 41 N., Marshall vicinity (11/10/09; church destroyed by fire 5/1/2012)

Murrell, George A., House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, MPS), 0.75 mi. E and 0.5 mi. N of Mo E and H, Napton vicinity (11/14/97)

Neff Tavern Smokehouse, NE of Napton off MO 41 and 6 mi. W of Arrow Rock (11/30/78)

Old Fort (Van Meter State Park), Miami vicinity (1/13/72)

Plattner Archaeological Site, address restricted (3/04/71)

Saline County Courthouse, Courthouse Sq., Marshall (8/24/77)

Santa Fe Trail - Grand Pass Trail Segments (Santa Fe Trail MPS), jct. of US 65 and Saline CR T, Grand Pass vicinity (4/21/94)

Santa Fe Trail - Saline County Trail Segments (Santa Fe Trail MPS), CR 416 (RR 3) W of jct. with MO 41, Stanhope vicinity (6/30/94)

Sappington, William B., House, 3 mi. SW of Arrow Rock on TT (1/21/70)

Sweet Springs Historic District (MAP; Sweet Springs MPS [revised 4/26/2010]; see note and boundary decrease below), roughly along Lexington, Marshall, Miller, and Spring Sts., Sweet Springs (12/10/97)

Sweet Springs Historic District (boundary decrease; MAP; Sweet Springs MPS; see note*]; ), 200-217 W. Lexington Ave and 211 Marshall St, Sweet Springs (4/26/10)

Utz Site, Marshall vicinity (10/15/66; NHL 7/19/64; boundary revision 10/12/83)

Van Meter State Park Combination Building (Van Meter State Park; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), Marshall vicinity (2/27/85)

Van Meter State Park Shelter Building (Van Meter State Park; ECW Architecture in Missouri State Parks 1933-1942 TR), Marshall vicinity (2/28/85)

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*Please note that the maps and nominations reflect the terms used to categorize significance at the time the properties were listed in the National Register. A district or building that may have been determined to be a contributing element in a district when it was listed in the National Register may have been so altered since that point that it is no longer a certified historic district or a certified historic structure for the purposes of historic rehabilitation tax credits — this determination is made based on the nomination supplemented by recent photographs provided with the Part 1 (federal) or Part 1a (state) form submitted at the beginning of any historic rehab tax credit project.  Also note that Thematic Resource (TR) and Multiple Resource Area (MRA) nominations were essentially survey documents; ONLY the individual properties or districts listed on this Web page were actually listed in the National Register. Finally, nominations for some properties and districts are provided for their historical value -- the resource itself may have vanished.

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