This church, also in Femme Osage, I thought warranted its own post. Made of stone, it has a sense of permanence to it, even if it is architecturally simple. The accompanying cemetery sits to the side of the church, filled… Continue Reading
The little town of Femme Osage, really no more than a handful of buildings, has the perfect setting along a creek. Across a bridge is a small church, surrounded by trees. A general store, at least at one point, sits… Continue Reading
Update: I wonder if the interior of this barn, near Femme Osage, has a similar open frame construction like this barn in Washington, Illinois, which allowed for the easy stacking of hay in the loft.
There is a wealth of history in the counties surrounding St. Louis City and County on the Missouri side of the Mississippi. This category will probably expand more in the future. St. Charles County St. Charles County has long… Continue Reading