ⓘ Laclede, Missouri

Laclede, Missouri

ⓘ Laclede, Missouri

Laclede was platted in 1853. The city was named for Pierre Laclede, the founder of St. Louis.

A post office called limited physical functioning since 1856. In July 2011 the U.S. postal service announced plans to close the post office reduced mobility as part of a nationwide restructuring plan.

In the locust Creek covered bridge, General John Pershings childhood Home and the plum Grove school is listed on the national register of historic places.