National Register of Historic Places listings in Le Sueur County, Minnesota facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Le Sueur County, Minnesota. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Le Sueur County, Minnesota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.
There are 26 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. A supplementary list includes two additional sites that were formerly on the National Register.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||John R. Andrews House||
|County Highway 19
||Kasota||c. 1860 house of the nationally famous Andrews Opera Company family. As of April 15, 2013 this house is no longer at its listed location and is presumed destroyed.|
|2||Bridge No. 4846||
|County Highway 102 over Minnesota Highway 22
(original location) Current coordinates are
|Kasota||1875 metal Pratt through truss bridge, the oldest example of its type on a Minnesota highway. In 1984 it was moved to Lake Washington County Park for use as a pedestrian bridge; this move was not approved and may have caused it to be de-listed.|
|Minnesota Highway 99 over the Minnesota River
||Ottawa Township||1931 through truss bridge. Extends into Nicollet County.|
|4||Carson H. Cosgrove House||
|228 S. 2nd
||Le Sueur||c. 1895 Victorian house of Carson Nesbit Cosgrove, head of Green Giant.|
|5||Arthur Dehn House||
||Waterville||Home of artist Adolf Dehn (typo led to "Alfred" Dehn on register) from 1914 to 1930. As of April 15, 2013 this house is no longer at its listed location and is presumed destroyed.|
|6||Dodd Road Discontiguous District||
|County Road 148 west of Cleveland; County Road 136 from MN 13 to Cordova
||Cleveland and Kilkenny vicinities||Two segments of a privately funded road built between Mendota and St. Peter in 1853, a key transportation artery in early south-central Minnesota. A third segment lies in Rice County.|
|7||Elysian Public School||
|Northwest corner of NE Frank Ave. and NE 2nd St.
||Elysian||1895 brick school.|
|8||First National Bank||
|112 E. Main
||New Prague||1922 Renaissance Revival bank with a terracotta façade.|
|County Highway 13
||Cleveland||c. 1860 sawmill. Now a county park.|
|10||German Evangelical Salem Church||
|County Road 156
||Le Sueur||1870 frame Greek Revival church of a German immigrant congregation.|
|206 N. 1st St.
||Montgomery||c. 1892 brick commercial building also housing a dance hall.|
|212 W. Main
||New Prague||1898 brick Georgian Revival hotel.|
|13||Kasota Township Hall||
|Hill and Rice Sts.
||Kasota||1889 brick municipal hall with Kasota limestone trim.|
|14||Kasota Village Hall||
|Cherry and Webster Sts.
||Kasota||1898 brick Queen Anne municipal hall/fire station with Kasota limestone trim.|
|15||Le Sueur County Courthouse and Jail||
|88 S. Park Ave. and 130 S. Park Ave.
||Le Center||1896 brick Richardsonian Romanesque courthouse with Kasota limestone trim and 1914 brick jail designed by Albert Schippel.|
|16||Dr. William W. Mayo House||
|118 N. Main St.
||Le Sueur||1859 clapboard house of William Worrall Mayo, father of the Mayo Clinic's founders, and later owned by Carson Nesbit Cosgrove, head of Green Giant. Now a Minnesota Historical Society museum.|
|17||Methodist Episcopal Church||
|Liberty and Whittier St.
||Ottawa||1859 limestone Greek Revival church. Also known as the Little Stone Church.|
|Off Railroad St.
||Le Sueur||c. 1870 brick house with limestone trim of a notable local settler.|
|19||Ottawa Township Hall||
|Buchanan and Bryant Sts.
||Ottawa||1860 limestone Greek Revival municipal hall.|
|20||John Rinshed House||
|Sumner and Whittier Sts.
||Ottawa||1870 limestone house.|
|21||Charles Schwartz House and Barn||
|Off County Highway 23
||Ottawa||1870 limestone house and barn.|
|228 S. Main St.
||Le Sueur||c. 1878 brick Second Empire house.|
|23||George W. Taylor House||
|103 S. 2nd St.
||Le Sueur||1890 Eastlake Movement house of a merchant and his wife, who was president of the national Women's Relief Corps organization.|
|Sumner and Exchange Sts.
||Ottawa||1861 limestone Gothic Revival chapel.|
|201 Paquin St., E.
||Waterville||1888 brick Italianate hotel.|
|26||Westerman Lumber Office and House||
|201 S. 1st St.
||Montgomery||1895 house and office of lumberman Henry E. Westerman. Now houses a restaurant and roadside attraction.|
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Date removed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1||Elysian Water Tower||
||Elysian||1895 water tower. Demolished in 1989 to make way for a modern replacement.|
|2||David Patten Farmhouse||
||Ottawa||1863 limestone house. Demolished in 2002.|
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