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Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm; and Sundays from Noon until 2:00 pm.


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Carondelet

Historical Society!

The Carondelet Historical Society Presents
Sunday, July 21, 2019
 1:30 p.m.

                  “William Clark’s St. Louis, 1806-1838 ”
                      Speaker:  Local historian Bob Moor
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Though a remarkable number of documents paint images of St. Louis during the Spanish colonial era, the picture of St. Louis during territorial days and the early years of statehood are not as clear. 

Historian Bob Moore has been searching for and gathering  documentation of the physical and social character of St. Louis during that era.  In this presentation, he will focus on St. Louis during the years that explorer William Clark lived here and served as federal Indian Agent for the Western Tribes.


We hope you can join us for this interesting presentation! 
Light refreshments will be provided
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​​​​​Our organization is dedicated to perpetuating the heritage of our unique community: Carondelet, Missouri, formerly an independent village, town and city and now a neighborhood of St. Louis.


​Our building and museum is the site of Susan Blow's Des Peres School, founded in 1873 as the first publicly funded Kindergarten in the United States. It is also home of the Bouchein Library, one of the finest historical libraries and archives in the region.


Be sure to visit our "Events" page to view a calendar of upcoming presentations, meetings and open houses.


The Carondelet Historical Society is 100% supported by volunteers, generous donations, and membership dues. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click the "Membership Form" link above, print and fill out the form, and mail it to us with dues.


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