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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Newton County, Missouri.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Newton County, Missouri, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.

There are 11 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 First Battle of Newtonia Historic District
December 23, 2004
(#04000697)
Junction of Routes 86 and O
36°53′05″N 94°11′02″W / 36.884722°N 94.183889°W / 36.884722; -94.183889 (First Battle of Newtonia Historic District)
Newtonia
2 Bonnie & Clyde Garage Apartment
Bonnie & Clyde Garage Apartment
May 15, 2009
(#09000302)
3 miles (4.8 km) south of Monument
36°59′07″N 94°21′18″W / 36.985278°N 94.355°W / 36.985278; -94.355 (Bonnie & Clyde Garage Apartment)
Joplin
3 George Washington Carver National Monument
George Washington Carver National Monument
October 15, 1966
(#66000114)
3 miles (4.8 km) south of Monument
36°59′07″N 94°21′18″W / 36.985278°N 94.355°W / 36.985278; -94.355 (George Washington Carver National Monument)
Diamond
4 Jolly Mill
October 13, 1983
(#83004021)
Southwest of Pierce City
36°53′50″N 94°04′18″W / 36.897222°N 94.071667°W / 36.897222; -94.071667 (Jolly Mill)
Pierce City
5 Lentz-Carter Merchandise Store
August 19, 2008
(#08000799)
744 Ozark St.
36°45′38″N 94°11′32″W / 36.760608°N 94.192252°W / 36.760608; -94.192252 (Lentz-Carter Merchandise Store)
Stella
6 Neosho Commercial Historic District
Neosho Commercial Historic District
August 12, 1993
(#93000722)
Along sections of Main, Spring, Washington and Wood Sts.; also 114, 116, 118-120, 120, and 124-126 S. Wood St.
36°52′11″N 94°22′03″W / 36.869722°N 94.3675°W / 36.869722; -94.3675 (Neosho Commercial Historic District)
Neosho Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of April 18, 2007
7 Neosho High School
August 30, 2002
(#02000906)
W. McCord and N. Wood Sts.
36°52′17″N 94°22′08″W / 36.871389°N 94.368889°W / 36.871389; -94.368889 (Neosho High School)
Neosho
8 Neosho Wholesale Grocery Company
Neosho Wholesale Grocery Company
April 16, 2013
(#13000171)
224 N. Washington St.
36°52′17″N 94°22′02″W / 36.871405°N 94.367291°W / 36.871405; -94.367291 (Neosho Wholesale Grocery Company)
Neosho
9 Mathew H. Ritchey House
December 5, 1978
(#78003399)
Mill St.
36°52′39″N 94°10′58″W / 36.8775°N 94.182778°W / 36.8775; -94.182778 (Mathew H. Ritchey House)
Newtonia
10 Second Baptist Church
Second Baptist Church
January 4, 1996
(#95001495)
430 W. Grant St.
36°52′31″N 94°22′29″W / 36.875278°N 94.374722°W / 36.875278; -94.374722 (Second Baptist Church)
Neosho
11 Second Battle of Newtonia Site
December 23, 2004
(#04000698)
Roughly an area northwest, southwest and southeast of the junction of Routes 86 and O at Newtonia
36°52′19″N 94°11′36″W / 36.871944°N 94.193333°W / 36.871944; -94.193333 (Second Battle of Newtonia Site)
Newtonia

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