Valles Mines, Missouri, U S A
Founded in 1749 by Francois Valle in the French Upper Louisiana before Lewis and Clark. 275 years later the Valle Mining Company's 4000+ acre property every year absorbs 21,000 tons of carbon dioxide and generates
14,000 tons of oxygen, enough to meet the needs of 63,000 people. [USDA Forest Facts]
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Memorable Sites on Valles Mines School Road 63087

Valles Mines School Road 63087
Street #ExhibitLink
14100Chatpile Beneficiator Ruins [uses Google Earth]Aerial View
14102Churchhouse RuinsLink
14104Furnace Tender's CabinLink
14108Smelter Chimney & Furnace Melting Ore Into IngotsLink
14106Smelter's Ingot Molds' Cooling-Water DamMap
14109Charcoal Hillside Kiln for the Smelter
14111Marguerite's Alley - Rue MargotLink
14115Settlement Log Cabin at 14115Link
14116The Paymaster's OfficeLink
14117The Company Store [George & Martha Washington Brooks Log House]Link
14118The Haul Road From the Rocky Digs MineMap
14119(Proposed) Bar-B-Q Shack with Upstairs Apt. Link
14120Artesian WellLink
14120Veuille Log House at the ArtesianLink
14120Cayce-Parker Log House at the ArtesianLink
14121(Proposed) Antique Shop with Upstairs Apt. Link
14122Rozier House RuinsLink
14123(Proposed) Book Shop with Upstairs Apt. Link
14124Valles Mines Post Office Ruins
14125(Proposed) Ice Cream Shop with Upstairs Apt. Link
14127(Proposed) Computer Repair Shop with Upstairs Apt. Link
14150Bicentennial Oak TreeLink
14160The Mule Barn Ruins/Tractor ShedLink
14160The Tractor ShedLink
14161Rehab: The Last Miner's Cabin - 1914Link
14169The Boarding House Ruins and The Rock Road Aerial View
14171The Valles Mines School Ruins Aerial View
(Proposed) The Valles Mines AirportLink

Other Things Here

Anyone Can Fish (With A Permit)Link
Bringing Back Our RailwayLink
Cemeteries of the Valles Mines VillagesLink

If you went to a school like Valles Mines School or Prospect School, or any one-room schoolhouse, or
have experience at chopping cotton, putting up preserves, making garden, or quilting,
we are looking for you! Please contact the Lost History Museum Curator at 636-551-8705.