La Charrette House - Marthasville, MO
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N 38° 37.572 W 091° 03.590
15S E 668890 N 4277082
Replica built to recall the visits of Lewis and Clark.
Waymark Code: WM3Q1X
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 05/03/2008
Published By:Groundspeak Regular Member lilluckyclover
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Marker Erected by: Marthasville Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Committee.
Historian: Ralph Gregory.
County of Marker: Warren County.
Location of Marker: One St., Wessel Park, Marthasville.
Marker Text:

La Charrette
May 25, 1804 ~ September 20, 1806
Marthasville, Mo

This small house was built by the men of the Marthasville Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Committee to commemorate the stops of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at Charrette Village May 25, 1804 and September 20, 1806. This French style house is on the site of the village. The village in 1804 was the frontier of westward settlement on the Missouri River. It was still that when the men of the expedition made their joyous return to it in 1806.

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