Thirteen detachments of Cherokee took the overland route through Missouri. It was called the Trail of Tears because of its devastating effects. Ten of those detachments, forcibly walked through Steelville.
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The Meramec Music Theatre is dedicated to bringing the musical and performing arts to Steelville in the 600-seat theatre. Built in 2001, the Meramec Music Theatre has hosted well-known country, bluegrass, gospel and folk acts throughout the years.
A Vacation Destination as well as a Concert Venue.
With no stage and fans sitting just feet away from the performers, a concert at Wildwood Springs can best be described as having legends in your living room. “There is no other venue like Wildwood,” the farthest seat back is 10 rows. Fans are delighted to sit so close to their favorite groups.
Steelville Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Steelville for our future generations. We are working on an Museum Building to help us carry the story forward. In the future you will find stories and photos of Steelville’s past. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Snelson-Brinker House, located near Steelville, is a place where the histories of hopeful pioneer life converged with tragic events. His log home was also the Crawford County Circuit Court meeting place in 1835 & 1836 with Levi serving as Justice of the Peace in 1836.
The Tail of Tears also camped near here.
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