So far we have identified 22 women’s history sites in Missouri. Follow the links below for more information.
Galloway, Rose O’Neill Museum, 3133 S. Lone Pine
Mansfield, Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum, 3068 Highway A
Nevada, Cottey College, 100 West Austin
Springfield, Site of Susan B. Anthony’s Speech, Rogers & Baldwin Hardware Co., 225-227 South Ave.
Springfield, Mary Phelps Monument, Corner of Sunshine & Jefferson
Walnut Shade, Bonniebrook, 485 Rose O’Neill Rd.
Greenville, Alice Curtice Moyer-Wing’s grave, Crossroads Church Cemetery, County Road 502
Independence, Ginger Roger‘s birthplace, 100 W. Moore St. (private residence)
Florissant, Phillipine Duchesne’s room,Old Saint Ferdinand Shrine, #1 rue St. Francois
Hannibal, Molly Brown Birthplace Museum, 600 Butler St.
St. Charles, Shrine of St. Philippine Duchesne, 619 North Second St.
St. Charles, Mary Sibley‘s grave, Lindenwood University, 209 S Kingshighway St.
St. Louis, Bellefountaine Cemetery, 4947 West Florissant Ave.
St. Louis, Calvary Cemetery, 5239 West Florissant Ave.
St. Louis, The Old Courthouse, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
St. Louis, St. Louis Walk of Fame, Delmar Blvd., University City
Boonville, Hannah Cole‘s grave, 15 miles south of Boonville on Highway 5
Jefferson City, Hall of Famous Missourians, Missouri State Capitol
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