Dunklin County National Register Listings

Birthright, Charles and Bettie, House, 109 S. Main St., Clarkton (10/30/09)

Campbell Commercial Historic District (map), roughly bounded by Magnolia Street, Martin Avenue, Locust Street, and the St. Louis and Southwest railroad tracks, Campbell (10/08/91)

Ely and Walker Shirt Factory No. 5, 221 S. Main St., Kennett (3/12/08)

Kennett Archaeological Site, address restricted (2/17/78)

Kennett City Hall and Masonic Lodge, Kennett, 122 College St., Kennett (9/17/81)

Langdon Site, Hornersville vicinity (1/11/74)

Little River Lake Discontiguous Archaeological District, address restricted (12/16/98)

Owens, Given, Home, Campbell vicinity (3/29/83)

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