Charles Bacon House – Louisiana, Missouri built in 1850, this is a 2 1/2 story Greek Revival home on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built by Charles Bacon who was active in Democrate politics in the period of the 1840′s and 1850′s. He was one of the signers of the compromise bill in 1850. He was a founder of the First Baptist Church in Louisiana.
The house was built on a full city block on the hill overlooking the town of Louisiana.
During the Civil War the house served as the local Union Headquarters and as a holdover for the sympathizers of the South.
Location: Private home, 819 Kentucky Street
Not available for tours.